Sorry, No Raw Easter Eggs This Year… But…
March 3rd, 2013 by Rawr

Enquiries have started coming through about our raw Easter eggs. We’re sad to announce that 2013 is going to be an Easter egg free year for Rawr.

It’s not a decision we’ve made easily. We love making our solid Easter eggs. However, our chocolate production process has changed and we don’t have the capacity to put together our egg boxes this year. The good news is that we’ll be bringing back our Easter eggs — or another equally cute Easter product — for 2014. Hoorah!

We are running a little chocolate giveaway instead, win a case of 10 Rawr bars of your choice in time for Easter Sunday (enough to make 10 Easter eggs!)

Just fill in the form below by 25th March for your chance to win. A winner will be picked at random after the giveaway closes. Open to UK and Europe. Good luck! 🙂

a Rafflecopter giveaway

If you simply can’t live without your raw Easter eggs this year, here are some instructions on how to make your own.

Make your own raw vegan chocolate Easter eggs.

1) Buy an Easter egg mould, or other Easter-themed mould of your choice. We like these. If you want to make hens egg sized eggs like the Rawr ones, try this mould.

2) Get yourself some Rawr chocolate bars here. For solid hens eggs, you’ll need around one 60g Rawr bar per egg.

3) Break or grate the Rawr bars into small pieces, the smaller the better. Melt the pieces by putting them into a bowl, and then either put the bowl into your dehydrator or melt over a pan of warm water. To stop the chocolate getting too hot, we like to use hot water from the tap. You’ll need to change the water often to keep it warm enough, and stir the chocolate regularly. Just be careful not to get any water into the chocolate — water + chocolate = disaster!

4) When the chocolate’s all melted, pour or spoon it into moulds. Give the moulds a shake to get any air bubbles out of the chocolate and make sure the top surface is nice and flat.

5) Wait for it to set. If your kitchen’s very hot you might need to put the moulds into the fridge.

6) Once the chocolate’s set, you can pop the shapes from their moulds and wrap in colourful foil, drop into little gift bags, or present however you see fit. Ta-da!

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4 Responses  
  • Siobhan McManus writes:
    March 6th, 2013 at 9:58 am

    Thank you for doing the giveaway, I was very sad to hear the news :(. X

  • Kendra at Rawr writes:
    March 9th, 2013 at 2:10 pm

    Hi Siobhan, thanks for entering! I know, we were sad too. We’ll make sure to do something for Easter next year.

  • Victoria writes:
    March 7th, 2015 at 1:47 pm

    Will you be doing them this year?? I’m desperately on the hunt for no added sugar, organic chocolate eggs!x

  • Rawr writes:
    March 7th, 2015 at 1:57 pm

    Sorry, not this year! We really want to make Easter eggs again in the future, though, so hopefully in a year or so.

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