- 500 g prunes, pitted
- 250 g dark chocolate, broken
Line a baking tray with baking paper and set aside.
Place prunes into mixing bowl and pulse five times 1 sec//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.
Place chocolate pieces into mixing bowl and pulse three times 1 sec//Turbo. Then melt 2.5min/50°C/speed 1.
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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