How to make chocolate deviled eggs

Chocolate Deviled Eggs

Sep 29, 2019Ashley Brenenstuhl

These Chocolate Deviled Eggs are April Fool's worthy!

At first glance, they look like your typical deviled eggs. Look a little closer, and you'll see a white chocolate egg with a yellow colored white chocolate and toffee filling. A light sprinkle of red sanding sugar finishes the presentation.

how to make chocolate deviled eggs

This recipe makes approximately 32 pieces.

Things you'll need:

Medium Large Eggs Candy Mold 

1 LB White Merckens Chocolate Melts

1/2 LB Yellow Merckens Chocolate Melts

1/2 cup Toffee Crunch

Red Sanding Sugar


Melt white candy melts in the microwave for 20 seconds at a time stirring in between intervals (see how to melt Merckens here).

Once completely melted, pour into the medium-large eggs candy mold.


How to make chocolate deviled eggs

Place in the refrigerator for approximately 3-4 minutes. Timing will vary depending on how cold your refrigerator is. The goal is to see the outer-edges start to set up leaving a ring with melted chocolate in the middle.

Chocolate Deviled Eggs Filled with Toffee Chocolate Mixture

Over a piece of parchment or wax paper, turn the mold upside down. Dump out the excess melted chocolate that is in the center of the ring. You'll end up with a chocolate shell.

Place in the refrigerator to set up completely.

Melt a 1/2 LB of yellow Merckens candy coatings in the microwave just like the white candy coatings.

Add 1/2 cup of toffee crunch to the melted candy coatings and stir until mixed together.

Chocolate Deviled Eggs for Easter or April Fools

Spoon the mixture into the hardened chocolate shell.

While filling is still wet, top with a light sprinkle of red sanding sugar.

Let chocolate deviled eggs harden in the refrigerator. Pull chocolate pieces out of mold and place on a tray to serve. No need to keep refrigerated!