Every Easter, we decorate Easter eggs and make delicious recipes. But now a blogger has discovered how to combine the two activities to take the decoration of Easter eggs to another level.
In this excellent tutorial (sorry, we have to say it), Stefani Pollack, the author of the blog Cupcake Project, shows us how to use real eggshells as wrappers for cupcake. In his viral Instagram video, you will see how carefully he makes a hole in each egg, empties it of its contents, and then fills the egg with the lemon and cream dough. Would you dare to do it? You just have to watch the video and get down to work:
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A post shared by Stefani Pollack (@cupcakeproject) on Mar 26, 2017 at 8:50 am PDT
If, like us, you can't wait to try this original sweet for Easter, copy the recipe in Cupcake Project.
Via: Country Living US