Start a fun new tradition this year–let the kids at your Easter celebration decorate a unique and edible egg, Easter egg cake balls!

You will need: a yummy cake ball recipe, white chocolate candy melts, mini fluted flower cupcake linersgourmet writer – food decorating pens

easter egg cake balls

First, start with your favorite cake ball or cake pop recipe. Instead of shaping your cake into a ball, mold it into an egg shape. Place the eggs in the freezer to chill for several hours. When you are ready to dip your eggs, melt some white chocolate candy melts per directions on the package.

Take the cake eggs out of the freezer and, using a spoon or fork, dip the cake egg into the white chocolate and place into a small green tulip cupcake liner. Let the white chocolate set.

easter egg cake balls

easter egg cake balls

Now you’re ready for the fun part. Let the kids be creative and draw on their own eggs with the Gourmet Writer food decorating pens! They can draw their favorite animal, spring flowers, or geometric Easter egg shapes.

Photography and styling by Sara Schmutz.


  1. This is a great party idea and would make a sweet project for kids. Nice alternative to cupcake decorating or egg dying. I just got an assortment of food coloring pens too, so thanks for a new idea on how to use them.

    Natalie    Wednesday, March 14, 2012
  2. I have had trouble finding a good cake ball recipe. So far what I’ve tried no one has liked. Do you have one to recommend? Would love to make these for Easter Dinner!

    kathy    Wednesday, April 4, 2012
  3. Hi kathy–We showed a yummy recipe on The One Charming Party Show. Look for the episode title: Christmas Treats. xo

    Brittany    Wednesday, April 4, 2012

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