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Recipe: chocolate medallions

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Making after dinner chocolates is a fun way of getting creative with toppings and textures – adding a pinch of sea salt, chopped hazelnuts, a grating of cinnamon or even some crispy bacon for a real sweet and salty kick.

A fab edible gift idea that you can tailor to anyone’s fancy – pop in a cellophane bag and seal with some festive ribbon.

Tip

  • Medallions will keep in an airtight container for a week or so. 

Chocolate medallions

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Preparation Time15 MINUTES

Cooking Time10 MINUTES

Resting Time30 MINUTES

Serves12

LevelEasy


ingredients

The Medallions

200g (1 cup) dark chocolate

100g (½ cup) white chocolate

The Topping

Chopped roasted nuts

Sprinkles

Sea salt

Bacon

Cinnamon

Candied ginger

1

Melt the chocolate (in separate bowls) over a bain marie.

2

Use a small cookie cutter to draw small circles on baking paper.

3

Place the paper, pen side down onto a tray.

4

Spoon or pipe chocolate onto the circles.

5

Sprinkle with topping of choice or swirl in the white chocolate to create a marble effect.

6

Place in the fridge for 30 minutes.

7

Use the same cookie cutter to stamp out perfect medallions or leave as is for a rustic, handmade look!

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Preparation Time15 MINUTES

Cooking Time10 MINUTES

Resting Time30 MINUTES

Serves12

LevelEasy


ingredients

The Medallions

200g (1 cup) dark chocolate

100g (½ cup) white chocolate

The Topping

Chopped roasted nuts

Sprinkles

Sea salt

Bacon

Cinnamon

Candied ginger

1

Melt the chocolate (in separate bowls) over a bain marie.

2

Use a small cookie cutter to draw small circles on baking paper.

3

Place the paper, pen side down onto a tray.

4

Spoon or pipe chocolate onto the circles.

5

Sprinkle with topping of choice or swirl in the white chocolate to create a marble effect.

6

Place in the fridge for 30 minutes.

7

Use the same cookie cutter to stamp out perfect medallions or leave as is for a rustic, handmade look!

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Making after dinner chocolates is a fun way of getting creative with toppings and textures – adding a pinch of sea salt, chopped hazelnuts, a grating of cinnamon or even some crispy bacon for a real sweet and salty kick.

A fab edible gift idea that you can tailor to anyone’s fancy – pop in a cellophane bag and seal with some festive ribbon.

Tip

  • Medallions will keep in an airtight container for a week or so. 

Chocolate medallions

1

Melt the chocolate (in separate bowls) over a bain marie.

2

Use a small cookie cutter to draw small circles on baking paper.

3

Place the paper, pen side down onto a tray.

4

Spoon or pipe chocolate onto the circles.

5

Sprinkle with topping of choice or swirl in the white chocolate to create a marble effect.

6

Place in the fridge for 30 minutes.

7

Use the same cookie cutter to stamp out perfect medallions or leave as is for a rustic, handmade look!

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