Chocolate-Covered Easter Eggs from The Gluten-Free Homemaker

Chocolate-Covered Easter Egg Candy from The Gluten-Free Homemaker

These Homemade Chocolate-Covered Easter Eggs from The Gluten-Free Homemaker are not only desired; they might just be required. Every year during certain holidays, there are numerous “safe” gluten-free candy lists circulated online. However, with those lists often come warnings about cross contamination, notes from the list creators on “gluten free by ingredients,” etc. Some companies which offer products that appear gluten free per the ingredient listing state that their products are, in fact, not safe. To complicate matters, some of the holiday versions of some brands of candy are not gluten free or more likely to be cross contaminated from shared lines and processing although their “regular” versions are safe. So special chocolate eggs, bunnies, etc. from brands whose products you’ve used the rest of the year are sometimes downright gluten full or risky at a minimum.

What’s a chocolate lover or parent helping out the Easter Bunny supposed to do? Well, make your own delicious Easter chocolate candy, of course! That’s where these adorable and delicious Chocolate-Covered Easter Eggs from The Gluten-Free Homemaker  come into the picture.  Linda’s treats are easy to make and are sure to be very well received by the kiddos and adults alike! Linda even gives you two flavor options—peanut butter and coconut. I’ll take one of each, thank you!

Get Linda’s Chocolate-Covered Easter Eggs recipe over at The Gluten-Free Homemaker. Check out her ebook, How to Be Gluten Free:  10 Steps to A Gluten-Free Life, too. It’s really a terrific resource—and that’s true whether you’re  a gluten-free “newbie” or “veteran.”

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Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing these, Shirley. They’re a great little homemade treat, and not difficult to make.

    • You’re welcome, Linda. Folks are loving these treats! No need to get too fussy with delicious chocolates at all. ;-)

      Shirley

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