Ann Reardon

Giant Kinder Surprise Egg

20 year old kinder surprise egg

Here’s how to make a giant kinder surprise egg using balloon. As well as that we opened some 20 year old kind surprise eggs so we could compare the toys that you got back then to what you get now. Which ones do you think would be better?

To make a giant kinder surprise egg you will need:

A large balloon, choose one that is larger than you want your egg to be so that you only partially inflate it.
A bottle large enough to hold all the melted chocolate that you need.
Compound chocolate melts in milk and white
Surprises to go inside the giant egg.
DIY ginat chocolate kinder surprise egg

Watch the video for detailed instructions on what to do and what NOT to do when making a giant kinder surprise egg.

Giant chocolate kinder surprise egg

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10 Comments View Comments

  1. Rating: 4.5

    I live in the U.S and i went to canada and I got kinder suprise egg and loves it!! i think that this video is great!!?

  2. I live in the U.S. and have a few questions. Are candy melts the same as compound chocolate? Do you suggest that the white chocolate is chocolate or candy melts? Should the white chocolate be at a certain temperature so the outer chocolate doesn’t melt? What size of balloon do I need? How much white and brown chocolate do I need? Any other tips? I would like to make this instead of a cake for my son’s 5th birthday. Thank you!

    • Hi Pinky, Candy melts are different to chocolate and compound chocolate. Ann used compound chocolate rather than Candy melts. The quantity will depend on the size of the egg you wish to make. 500grams should be more than enough to make the size of egg Ann made here.

  3. Rating: 4.5

    Hello Ann, I have made your Thomas, Lightning McQueen and Batman cakes previously I’m looking at doing a PJ Masks one this year but would like some ideas as to how to do more of a 3D cake rather than doing a cake and popping figures on it, I hope you can help. Thanks, Sally

  4. Rating: 5

    Hi Ann, I love your videos and tutorials. I’d love to see a PJ Mask’s cake. My son’s are having a joint birthday in January. I’m STUCK! You really make these all look do-able. I’m so eager to actually make an Ann Reardon Creation.

  5. Rating: 5

    Childhood x1000! This looks like great fun, going to give this one ago with the kids.

  6. I wonder why they kept the word “Kinder” in their product even when distributing internationally, but then everyone knows the word “kindergarten”, too. “Kinder” in German is “children” in English.

  7. Rating: 5

    I love kinder surprise. I look on YouTube and your website to see if you have posted anything new. My favourite thing you have made would definitely be the fault in our stars ice cream cake. Looked delicious. Bye.??????

  8. Old Smashes!

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