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Find out how to make a tasty treat with a chocolatey surprise inside!
This recipe involves using a knife and heating water on the hob, so ask an adult to help you.
Make sure you wash your hands after handling the raw eggs.
Use a pen or pencil to gently make a hole in the top of the egg.
Use the teaspoon to gently widen the hole and stir the yoke and white - seperating them from the egg shell.
Empty out the yoke and white into a bowl.
Run the egg under a tap to get rid of any remaining egg white.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 with the other eggs - make as many as you like.
Ask an adult to help you boil the eggs in a pan for 15 minutes in order to sterilise them. This will get rid of any bacteria.
While the eggs are sterilising, wash your hands thoroughly.
Once you have sterilised the eggs, place them to one side to dry for at least 5 hours.
Do not put them back into the egg carton once you have sterilised them.
When the eggs are ready, melt some chocolate in a microwave-proof bowl.
Spoon or pour the melted chocolate into the eggs, taking care not to burn yourself.
You can even add other surprises like sweets, dried fruits or nuts.
When all of your eggs are finished, place them in the fridge to set for 2 hours.
Get cracking and share them with your friends!
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