Super Easy Seuss Green Egg Treats | ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ by Dr. Seuss

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Green Eggs and Ham" by Dr. Seuss (affiliate)I’m sure that you all know the classic “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss. In case you are unfamiliar, the book takes us through the story of Sam-I-Am who is trying to convince his friend to try green eggs and ham. It is, of course, written in that typical fun and wacky Dr. Seuss rhyming style.

For our book and food pairing, we decided to make green eggs. Sure, we could’ve added some green food coloring to scrambled eggs and have been done with it. However, I wanted to created something that you could easily make as a quick treat after reading the book, or something that was simple even if you were making 50 of them for a Seuss-themed birthday party.

We came up with “green eggs” using chocolate meltables in green and white. (They are vanilla, or white chocolate flavored).

You’ll be shocked how easy they are … and they are super cute!

Dr. Seuss Green Egg Party Treats

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  • Wilton White Candy Melts, 12-Ounce
  • Wilton Green Candy Melts, 12-Ounce
  1. Place the package of white candy melts into a microwave safe dish. Microwave for 1 minute.
  2. Remove chocolate from microwave and stir. Heat for 30 seconds more, if needed, and stir until completely melted and creamy.
  3. Spoon melted white chocolate onto wax paper or non-stick baking mat. Spread around in fun pattern to make it look like egg white.
  4. Place green candy melt into "egg white" chocolate. (Dont press down too much!) Also, don't just put them in the middles. Egg yolks are sometimes off to the side, so get creative with it.
  5. Let chocolate sit for 10-15 minutes until hard.
  • Total time: 15 minutes

Our green eggs were big hits!

Used With This Recipe

Wilton White Candy Melts, 12-Ounce (affiliate)

Wilton Dark Green Candy Melts, 12-Ounce (affiliate)

 

About Author

Jacqueline Wilson is Ella's mom and a homeschooler. She loves cooking and creating with her daughter. She is the co-author of 50 Shades of Frayed: Three Moms Talk About What Happens When "I Do" Becomes "Not Tonight". You can follow her on her personal Twitter account, WritRams and on Facebook as WritRams and Little Cooks Reading Books.

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