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Chocolate and Prune Easter Eggs

  • 500 g prunes, pitted
  • 250 g dark chocolate, broken

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    Line a baking tray with baking paper and set aside.

  2. Place prunes into mixing bowl and pulse five times 1 sec/Closed lid"Closed lid" /Turbo.  Transfer prunes into a bowl. Using damp hands, roll prunes into approx. 16-20 Easter egg shapes. Place prunes onto prepared baking tray, insert a toothpick into the end of each prune eggs and place prunes into freezer to set (approx. 30 minutes). Clean and dry mixing bowl.

  3. Place chocolate pieces into mixing bowl and pulse three times 1 sec/Closed lid"Closed lid" /Turbo.  Then melt 2.5min/50°C/speed 1.

  4. Using toothpicks, dip prune eggs into chocolate, then place back onto baking tray. Place into freezer and allow chocolate to set (approx. 10 minutes). Remove toothpicks, then serve.


This recipe is featured Cooking with Thermomix (Easter Edition) cooking class. 

Tips: You can store Chocolate and prune Easter eggs in the refrigerator until ready to serve. To decorate your prune Easter eggs, pipe very thin lines of melted milk chocolate over prune eggs before returning to freezer in Step 4.

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  • 9. April 2020 - 21:52

    These were a hit. I put sprinkles on top of mine for a kids kids birthday party, next time I will roll smaller for a "pop in your mouth" these ones I made probably on the larger side, got about 17 from my batch. Thankyou

  • 16. April 2017 - 13:23

    Yum! I made mine smaller and wrapped them in foil for my toddler to find! So much better than sugar-filled crap for Easter. Don't forget to make chocolate milk with the leftover melted chocolate in the bowl

  • 18. March 2015 - 19:23

    I just made these in preparation for our Easter Cooking Class tonight. My four year old looooves them! 

    Steph Sofield- Thermomix Consultant 

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  • 8. May 2014 - 16:10

    These were very tasty, and my kids who don't eat prunes consumed them with much delight. I am now making these for mother's day gifts to my mum and mum in law.

    Mad About My Thermie

    Thermomix Consultant

  • 17. April 2014 - 21:39

    Wish I had read bethyn's comment before I started this! That info would have made the process a lot easier, and my "Easter eggs" may look better than a blob of stuff In a cupcake Case!  tmrc_emoticons.p

  • 16. April 2014 - 12:44

    i made these yesterday , but added a bit of brandy to the mixture...yum tmrc_emoticons.)  really nice, and they are even good for you, you know..extra fibre...tmrc_emoticons.;)  thanks for the recipe

  • 16. April 2014 - 09:42

    Hello tmrc_emoticons.-) I added a whole almond to each chocolate and it was delicious! My friend said it was like a turkish delight! So to make them, I grabbed 1 almond, wrapped 3/4 tablespoon of prune mixture around it and then rolled into egg shape. I froze them for 30mins before dipping them in 85% Dark Chocolate. Next time I might dip them again after they have set to get a thicker chocolate shell. Yum! 

  • 11. April 2014 - 11:14

    Could you add nuts to these?

    Families are like fudge: The Best ones have nuts in them!!

  • 11. April 2014 - 06:58

    We had these at our Easter class & they were surprisingly delcious!! Big Smile

    Cooking from scratch

  • 11. April 2014 - 00:42

    I made these for our cooking class the other week. A couple of tips when you make them: 1) have wet hands when you roll your prune eggs to help stop them sticking to your hands when you roll them.2) Once rolled I put a toothpick in each one and put them on a tray lined with a sheet of baking paper and then I popped them in the freezer to chill for a little while. This makes them easier to handle and easier to dip in the chocolate plus it helps the chocolate set a bit faster too. 3) I then melted some milk chocolate and piped it in very thin lines over the top to make them look a little prettier (plus any excuse is a good excuse to melt chocolate as there is always some left over!).

    Here's a photo of the ones I made:

    Beth's chocolate prune easter eggs Beth's chocolate prune easter eggs

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