The Edible Paper Mache Easter Egg is Fun to Break and Eat

By: Malika Renee Butss - Mar 15, 2016
References: sprinklebakes
With Easter on the horizon, dessert blog Sprinkle Bakes has released an Easter pinata recipe that makes the popular game a delicious dessert.

Sprinkle Bakes' Edible Paper Mache Easter Egg Pinata celebrates all the vibrant candy the holiday usually brings. The paper mache is made of vanilla royal icing and edible wafer paper which gives this pinata its edible qualities. Inside, the egg is stuffed with Easter-friendly candy such as miniature chocolate eggs, pastel jelly beans and sprinkles. It is advised that the Easter pinata be cracked on a table top surface or cut with a knife to avoid a mess.

The Edible Paper Mache Easter Egg Pinata makes the perfect centerpiece for Easter soirees as well as a playful cake substitute.