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Valentines Day Chocolates

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Create some special handmade chocolates for a loved one this Valentine's Day. They are surprisingly quick and easy to make and look very special if you package them nicely.



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Time: 15 minutes plus several hours to set
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
(Makes about 8 chocolates)
120g chocolate
Spoonful of oil
Heart shaped chocolate mould or IKEA heart shaped ice cube tray
Bowl, cellophane and ribbon



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Method
Break the chocolate into chunks and melt gently in microwave, 10 seconds at a time. Be careful not to let the chocolate bubble.



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Ready to melt


Add a spoonful of oil to the melted chocolate and stir.
Spoon the melted chocolate into the heart shaped moulds.



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Tap the tray to let any air bubbles out.



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Ready to chill


Put into the fridge for at least an hour.
When set, pop the chocolates out of the mould.



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Homemade chocolates, heart chocolates, homemade Valentines chocolates, chocolate gift


Return the chocolates to the fridge.
When chilled again, package them in a pretty bowl, cellophane and ribbon. Store in the fridge.



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Categories
#Valentines Day
#Chocolate
#Fun food
#Gift
#Heart
#Easy
#Any age
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