Easter Treats: Cake Baked in Egg Shells

Easter Treats: Cake Baked in Egg Shells

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Janie Lee
Apr 4, 2012

If you're looking for a way to take egg decorating to the next level this Easter, look no further. We found a fun alternative to dyed Easter eggs over at Lait Fraise Mag.

These painted eggs are beautiful to look at but they also hold a yummy surprise inside. Cake! The project basics are to paint your uncooked eggs; poke a small hole and blow out the yolk and egg whites; squeeze in cake batter using a small pastry bag; bake and crack open to enjoy. It would be a fun project to do with kids, especially the part where you fill the egg with batter.

For more photos of these beauties, check out Lait Fraise Mag. The instructions are in French, but the photos walk you through the process.

(Image: Lait Fraise Mag)

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