If you have kids then you know that chocolate eggs are not just for Easter time and kids love kinder surprises any time of the year. Did you know that you can make your own kinder surprise eggs? It’s not hard, try it today!

What is your kid’s favourite sweet treat?

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  • what a great idea, ive never even thought of doing this. Would be a good idea to buy hollow eggs on sale after easter then use them or a dinosaur party later in the year too.


  • I should make my own Kinder Surprise Eggs, they are my daughters favourite, everytime we go to the shops she wants me to buy her some. Loved the video.


  • This is brilliant! I’ve got so many kinder suprise plastic eggs to so great to reuse


  • Good idea. At least with this you can put things in there you know they’ll like.


  • Great idea. My kids will love. I’m not sure how I will go will go with egg moulds as I’m not great at cooking or crafts!


  • Wow, I’m totally getting egg moulds!!!!!!!


  • That is an awesome idea and I can try this, just need to find egg moulds.


  • This is a great idea for Easter.


  • I love the idea of this and would be a favourite amongst my kiddies.


  • This is perfect – kids love surprises! There are soo many goodies you can put into these. :)


  • I was trying to decide an amazing way to suprise my son this week with some little goodies, this is the best idea!


  • Thank you – this is a good idea. Might try it for party treats.


  • I have made a version of these before. I also do a version for bath bombs. Big hits with the grandkids


  • these look super cute and could be wrapped in some coloured foil or nice paper and ribbons to give as a gift. Needs some thought about what little surprises could fit inside, but that adds to the fun of creating them.


  • Our little girl loves kinder surprises and gummies like Trolli gummy bears.
    This is a really good idea though as it ensures your little one gets something he or she wants rather than something random that will end up at the bottom of the toy bucket.


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