Biscuit in eggshell
I came across this way of baking on the net and here I try it and share it with you because I was delighted with the result
- to prepare the eggs first — means to drill a hole in the top of the eggs and shake the eggs into a bowl. wash the eggs and leave them in well-salted water for half an hour and dry them well.
- While the shells are drying, make a cream-heat the cream, pour in the chocolate and mix until the chocolate melts and cool well.
- Pour a little oil into the egg shells and shake them (so that the biscuit doesn't stick to us). baking powder
- Put the biscuit in a bag or freezer bag and use it to pour it into the eggshells to half or a little more than half of the shell. Bake at 180 degrees for 10-15 minutes, be sure to check with a toothpick.
- during baking, the excess will leak out and it looks like the one in the picture, but you can easily remove it from the shell with a knife.
- baked biscuit in the shell should be allowed to cool completely and then just peel the "eggs" like a real
- and here they are - biscuit eggs
- I halved each egg, lightly scooped out the halves with a spoon and put the cream in each half, blended them together and topped with chocolate glaze. , this is the first time that I baked like this and I was really surprised by this egg biscuit try it, they are as effective as the biscuit in the egg itself because no one would guess what is in them