April 13, 2017
SunButter Easter Eggs
These SunButter Easter eggs are sure to be a hit with your entire family this holiday. Holiday’s are well spent when everyone is included and fed well. This recipe is vegan, top 8 free and gluten free.
These SunButter Easter Egg treats are a fun surprise for both big and small guests. Serve on a platter among your pastel serving wear and decorative Easter eggs. Or, package in small cellophane bags to hide in the Easter eggs. These Easter treats are sure to bring a smile and help make for a memorable day.
SunButter is a nutritious, high in Vitamin E, Folate and packed with 7 grams of protein in every serving.
SunButter Easter Eggs Ingredients:
1 cup Creamy SunButter
1 cup dairy-free chocolate chips
1 tablespoon honey
1/4 teaspoon coconut oil
2 tablespoons Sprinkles for garnish
Optional: 1 tablespoon sugar
Silicone Easter-themed molds.
1. Place a small saucepan on the stove top. Turn the heat to medium-low. Pour the chocolate chips in and add 1/4 teaspoon coconut oil. Stir continuously until all of the chocolate is melted.
2. Pour a thin layer of chocolate into the silicone molds. Use a spoon to help pull the chocolate up the sides of the mold to create an outer shell. Place the silicone mold in the freezer for an hour.
3. Place a small clean saucepan on the stove top. Turn the heat to medium-low. Add SunButter and honey. Add additional sugar if you’d like the treats a little more sweet. Stir continuously until the mixture is fully melted.
4. Pour the SunButter mixture into the molds as a layer on top of the chocolate. Then, freeze for 3 hours or overnight.
5. Then, re-heat your chocolate mixture on the stove top. Pour over the SunButter mixture. For a fun twist, pour sprinkles onto the chocolate to have a fun sprinkle surprise on the backs of the chocolates once the are out of the molds.
6. Freeze 1-3 hours or overnight. Pop the chocolates out of the molds.
7. To decorate the eggs, lightly drizzle the chocolate mixture or the SunButter mixture over the eggs. Then, add sprinkles.
8. Serve on a platter or in plastic Easter Eggs in cellophane bags from your local craft store.
Wishing you and your family a safe and joy-filled Easter. Something as simple as allergy friendly Easter eggs could mean the world to an allergic child or family member. Coming together for a holiday is special and sharing the same, inclusive dessert is a way to keep the hearts happy and open when safety is not a concern due to food allergies. Happy Easter!
Lindsey Willson is a food allergy mom and author to the blog Lindsey Lee & Co. She loves to share all things health-giving, allergy friendly, beautiful + true to honest motherhood!