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JELL-O® Pudding Eggs

JELL-O® Pudding Eggs recipe
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it was great made them for kids teacher gifts and they all loved them great!!!!!
posted by
erick1975
on 6/1/2008
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
15 servings, 2 eggs each
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posted:
4/25/2003
This is a fun recipe to make. My twelve yr old made these her little sister 2nd birthday party. Only she made bunny shaped heads. They were gone before the cake was.
posted:
4/23/2003
I could never get the pudding firm enough to shape it into eggs.
posted:
4/22/2003
These are soooo good. Make them small because they are very sweet. I used chocolate pudding & pistachio. Can't wait to try other flavors. REFRIGORATE! They're aven better a couple days later.
posted:
4/22/2003
I could not find the white chocolate squares and tried to use white chocolate chips but they were a disaster because they do not melt well in the microwave. I will make them again because everyone raved about them and asked for the recipe.
posted:
4/21/2003
I made this twice for Easter for give aways and man everybody wants the recipe this one is a real winner. I just finished reading all the other comments. This was so easy to make I can't figure how you could mess it up.
posted:
4/19/2003
I must be some sort of a dumb cluck because these turned out awful. The filling was too sticky to work with -- even after chilling it for a couple of hours.
posted:
4/19/2003
The first part of the recipe was simple, by there was no instruction on dipping the eggs and that is where this turned into a disaster. I would highly reccommend not starting on this dessert unless you know exactly how to dip eggs in chocolate.
posted:
4/19/2003
I did the recipe ...but I ysed sugar free Jello. I know that is a bit redundant being that all that 10x sugar is in it but oh well. Needless to say it just did not set up the way I wanted .....so dont replace the above recipes using sugar free Jello
posted:
4/19/2003
This recipe was easy to make. I'm afraid that this will be the last time I make it though. If you have never tried them before get ready for an extreme sugar high. I doubled the recipe so I would have enough for Easter, My husband came home from work and tried one and said, 'See I knew it, your tring to kill me!!!' He said, 'There's too much sugar I don't want anymore.' So now I have all these eggs in two plastic containers and don't know what to do with them? My son can't have anymore either, he talked up a storm and would not sit still after having two of them, and he's 12 they usually don't like to talk to mom at this age!!! Good Luck to whoever tries this recipe.
posted:
4/18/2003
This was wonderful and easy. I used vanilla pudding instead of chocolate and added chopped pecans and a spoon of vanilla. All of my company loved it and wanted the recipe. For Easter I am using the recipe and adding coconut and walnuts.
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