Have you ever seen those delicate Easter eggs that people make out of yarn or string? They’re beautiful decoration for Easter time and very fun to make. What could be more fun than these sweet little egg decorations? Easter eggs that you can EAT. That’s right, edible lace Easter eggs are a fun, quick little project you can do at home to make lovely looking (and lovely tasting) decorations that also double as a sweet treat! Looking at the images of these eggs you might be thinking you can’t make these, but you’ll be shocked by how easy they are to accomplish.

The cutest part of all? These hollow eggs can be filled with candy! You can put any kind of treat (edible or not) inside. Elise, from My Cupcake Addiction, even fills her eggs with SMALLER lace eggs to create a cool color effect! Let your imagination run free with this tasty Easter project.



– Candy melts
– Egg molds
– Ziploc bag
– Scissors
– Additional candy (to fill the egg with)


1. Fill your Ziploc bag (or piping bag) with the melted candy melts and cut a hole in the corner of the bag.
2. Squeeze out the candy melts inside your half egg mold, overlapping the lines but not enough so that it becomes a solid – you want to create a lace effect. Line the top of your egg mold with a line of candy.
3. Repeat on the other half of your egg mold.
4. Set them in the freezer for about 15 minutes. Gently remove the candy lace from it’s mold.
5. Fill the lace egg with whatever you would like, then line one half of the lace egg with melted candy to glue the two halves together.