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I tried these out and to my surprise everything went to plan and they are really nice. I'm not to sure how long you can keep them for? Does anyone know? Any help would be great!

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Anonymous March 07, 2015

My mom made these when I was young, so I was excited to try them with my boys. I also used egg molds and a deviled egg tray, sprayed w/non-stick spray, then heavily dusted with flour. They came out fairly well, only a little sticky on the top edge. I also tried using chocolate chips, but think it was too thick. The egg creme was a little...well, we've been saying it's the consistency of snot, but it hold it's form. I think I needed to beat it longer? We'll definitely try again next year! Yummy and back to old-school Easter candy!

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PTKSmom April 04, 2010

Perfect recipe! We made these and I really appreciated that you drop the gelatin into the moving mixer rather than pour the hot syrup into it. We lightly tinted the syrup pink and it worked beautifully. Thanks Kzim4, we'll be making this recipe often!

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Akikobay April 11, 2009

These were soooo good. We cheated and made them in an egg shaped develed egg holder instead of the flour. They came out perfect.

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bugsbunnyfan March 06, 2007

very pretty!

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SnowHat July 19, 2004
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