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Cheeky Chocolate Robots

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These cheeky chocolates are easy to create and make a fun treat or a party food feature at a themed birthday party. We made robots but you could make any shape depending on what chocolate molds you can find.

Time: 10 minutes plus several hours chilling time
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Large bar of chocolate
100s and 1000s sprinkles
Chocolate mold
Pan and Pyrex jug



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Our robot chocolate mold cost a few dollars from the local supermarket


Method
Break the chocolate into chunks in the Pyrex jug.
Put a little water in a pan and hook the Pyrex jug over the side of the pan.



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Ready to melt


Heat the pan gently, stirring the chocolate as it melts. Be careful not to let any water bubble up from the pan into the chocolate mix in the jug.



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Melted and ready for the mold


Add 100s and 1000s sprinkles into the bottom of the chocolate mold.



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We made some with sprinkles and some without


Scoop the chocolate into the mold cavities then scrape any excess off with a knife to ensure a flat top.



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Ready to chill


Chill in the fridge for several hours.
Pop out of the molds onto a serving plate then return to the fridge until ready to serve.
Be sure to make more than you think you'll need as it's impossible not to eat a few when you pop them out of the mold!



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