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  • Serves 12
  • 2 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients

53 Comments

This recipe is quiet strong so adjust the amount of Whiskey to your taste.


Ingredients (serves 12)

  • 400ml Irish Whiskey
  • 395g Condensed Milk
  • 350ml Double Thick Cream
  • 3T Choc Hazelnut Syrup
  • 1t Vanilla Extract
  • 1t Instant Coffee
  • 12 Hollow Chocolate Eggs

Method

  1. Place all ingredients (except eggs) in a mixing bowl.
  2. Mix ingredients with electric beaters on low until all combined. Place in fridge to cool.
  3. Cut to tops off chocolate eggs and place on a saucer with a little melted chocolate.

Notes

I made this recipe for my family this year instead of chocolates. We make the kids milkshakes in Chocolate Bunnies.

  • Oooo yum! We didn’t actually buy any hollow eggs but I might try this with our bunny chocolate haha

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  • I think this is for elders.

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  • I tried doing Bailey’s out of hollow eggs last year but they leak. However, a work mate said you need to melt chocolate and spread a layer on the inside of the eggs to reinforce them.

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  • Not for the kids and me, but my husband might like one

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  • A bit too rich for me but it does look very presentable and tempting.

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  • Not for me, but I can imagine my 19 year old son would love any kind of Easter Egg shot!!

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  • Hello a fab recipe for the adults!Love it!!!!

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  • Omg yummy!!!! No alcohol for me, but I’d totally love to try it lol.

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  • Omg this sounds amazing

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  • Yes! My girlfriends are coming over for Easter so I’m definitely going to make a few of these for us.
    Thank you so much for sharing, this will be amazing.

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  • I need to make them. Thank you for sharing

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  • I’m off to buy eggs now

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  • Think that both the milkshake filling for the children and the whiskey one for the adults would be treats in their own way. Thanks for sharing your idea.

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  • Ooh these are abit decadent, thank you.

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  • Looks so good thanks for sharing your recipe

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