Thursday, 28 March 2013

Chocolate coins for Easter


These simple and delectable little chocolate coins are simple and easy to prepare and make wonderful Easter treats.

Ingredients:

8 oz / 220 grams White chocolate
8 oz / 220 grams Milk chocolate
Edible coloured sugar or sprinkles to decorate.


Method:

1.Break up each type of chocolate into small pieces and place it in two separate bowls that are  microwave safe.
2. Melt the milk chocolate first once it has melted  drop spoonfuls of it onto an acetate sheet that is placed on a baking tray.Spread the chocolate with the back of a spoon to form round circles about 5 mm thick and 2 inches in diameter.


3. Sprinkle coloured sugar or sprinkles of choice on the chocolate circles and place the tray in the fridge to set.
4. Melt the white chocolate in the microwave and follow the same method as for the milk chocolate.
5. Place it in the fridge to set.
After 2 hours gently peel off the acetate sheets and remove the chocolate coins. You can place these in a cellophane bag and tie the top with ribbon to make Easter presents.


Submitting to:
Lets Cook for Kids event by simply.food



Celebrate Easter hosted  by Easy to cook recipes event by JCO


JCO Choc full Easter event

14 comments:

  1. How lovely, the kids are bound to be won over by these.

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  2. looks awesome!!loved the clicks!

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  3. So nice and colorful...http://accessiblediary.blogspot.in/

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  4. Cute easter coins :) looks so pretty and colorful

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  5. wow.. i like it so much dear..

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  6. wow.. i like it so much dear..

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  7. so cute...kids would go crazy :) Thanks for linking it to my event.

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  8. Easter coins look so delicious and mouthwatering. Beautifully presented,
    Deepa

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  9. Lovely colourful coins .... Wish I was there when you were making them :-)

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  10. These are good for all year round to make with the little ones.

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  11. These look fab. Think I'm going to have to make some for the grown ups!

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