We Decorate Chocolate Eggs with Asda's Egg Decorating Set

Just to let you know, this post was written before I started the paleo diet to help ease my psoriasis. Nowadays I eat a more allergy-friendly diet, but leave these older, non-paleo posts up in case they are useful to readers, as I know not everyone eats the same as I do. Thanks for your understanding. 

With Easter fast approaching, I was asked if we would like to have a go at decorating a chocolate egg from Asda's egg decorating kit. The kit comes with a tube of white icing that tastes like vanilla and some colourful white chocolate buttons.

I was anticipating a bit of mess, but thankfully, the girls found them really easy to use. Wiggly lines etched onto the eggs gave them a guide for where to put the icing and they decorated them in the plastic tray they came in, which made everything a lot easier. 

My 6 year old decided to make a pretty pattern with hers with dots and wiggles and some precisely placed chocolate buttons...

While my 3 year old opted for making a face with her egg...

... I think more of the chocolate buttons got eaten than ended up stuck on the actual egg though...

They loved doing it, and if I hadn't been taking the photos I could have easily left them to it and had a few minutes with a book and a cuppa while they iced and chomped on the spare chocolate buttons.

The best thing about it though for them, was that decorating their own egg felt special - it was great to see the concentration on their faces and they really did enjoy doing it. It would be a good idea to get a few of these if you have kids over during Easter - just leave them to get on with it!

Look out for the decorating kit in Asda stores in the run up to Easter.


  1. I've never seen these chocolate eggs. My kids would love these!


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