Kate Weiser's Easter Egg Chocolates Resemble Layered Rocks

Every year for Easter, Kate Weiser Chocolate makes it a tradition to offer one-foot Easter egg chocolates that are more showpieces than anything else. This year, Kate Weiser Chocolate created a stunning geode-inspired design, with each individual egg taking up to six hours to make.

The exclusive, limited-edition eggs take inspiration form everything from avocados and moon rocks to geodes. Beyond boasting beautiful designs, there is great care that goes into the sourcing of the ingredients as well. In this year's designs, Kate Weiser Chocolate favors Republica del Cacao from Ecuador, which is used for the entirety of the piece, including the crumbled pieces on the interior that resemble rough rocks. To complete the pieces, 24K gold leaf is added as a finishing touch.