March Winds & Lollipops

Chocolade Lolly’s | Cupcakerecepten.nl:

Chocolade Lolly’s |

ingredients

100ml cream
200g dark chocolate, chopped
400 grams of milk chocolate, finely chopped
10 grams of butter
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
edible decorations

lollipop stickFotoFlexer_Photo
Method

Place the dark chocolate with the (unbeaten) cream, butter and vanilla in a saucepan over medium heat and stir well with a wooden spoon. When the chocolate has melted, pour the mixture into a bowl. Cover the bowl with a layer of plastic wrap and let the masses in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to harden.

Remove the chocolate mixture from the refrigerator and mix well with a mixer at medium speed. Now with a spoon scoop small balls on a baking tray with a sheet of parchment paper. Let the balls are just 10 minutes in the fridge (they are not tough enough, let them stand a little longer in the refrigerator).

Then make small balls of your chocolate. This is done by a little chocolate in your hands to roll into a ball. (Use disposable gloves). Insert the lollipop sticks in the balls and put them in a piece of styrofoam or something. Put the lollipops then for about 45 minutes in the freezer.
Keep up made all lollipops and let them have a total of 30 minutes in the freezer. Melt the chocolate in a saucepan over low heat. When the chocolate has melted you dip the lollipops in the melted chocolate.
Now you can immediately apply the decorations on the lollipops. Dip them into tasty sprinkles and then insert them into a special lollipop holder or design a holder of a nice glass for example nuts as padding.

Pack the lollipops in cellophane nice as nice little presents!

– See more at: http://www.cupcakerecepten.nl/2010/09/chocolade-nootjes-lollies#sthash.nLUXFhKl.dpuf

http://www.cupcakerecepten.nl/2010/09/chocolade-nootjes-lollies

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