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Apple crisps

Posted by Bake Club on Friday, June 30, 2017, In : sweets 


After years of experimenting with sugar-free healthy snacks for our daughter, the one thing she will always eat is dried apple slices. Kids love simplicity.
I used a mandoline to cut four apples into 3-4 mm rounds. Cut them whole with skin on, no need to de-core. Put the slices into a bowl and drizzle with a some lemon juice and mix to stop the apples going brown. Place the slices in one layer on dehydrator trays or baking trays. Sprinkle with cinnamon if desired. Dehydrate between 47-70C for ...
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Toffees

Posted by Bake Club on Sunday, March 26, 2017, In : sweets 

Sugar-free toffees that have healthy ingredients! Thank you Virpi Mikkonen from It's a Pleasure (Weldon Owen, 2016). I used my homemade almond butter too so I'm well chuffed about that.
1/3 c nuts (I used cashews)
1/2 c honey
1 c almond or another nut butter
2 tbs coconut flakes
flakey sea salt (Maldon is my choice)

Have moulds ready or a baking tin lined with baking paper.
Crush or chop the nuts with a knife, in a grinder or mortar and pestle.
Pour honey into a frying pan over medium heat. Stir cont...
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Fruit straps

Posted by Bake Club on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, In : sweets 

Been meaning to try drying my own fruit leathers for a long time - so easy! Just roughly cut up 4 organic apples and blitz in a blender with 5 medjool dates (pitted) and about 1/2 c filtered water until a thick paste forms. Spread onto paraflexx dehydrator sheets and dehydrate for about 12 hours. I have a round dehydrator, so my sheets look like giant donuts.
This lot were quite thin and turned out crunchy but that's all good. I'll spread them thicker next time and get more of a leathery texture.


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Apricot bites and chocolate brownie chews

Posted by Bake Club on Saturday, March 11, 2017, In : sweets 

In my constant search for the perfect muesli bar/granola bar/bliss ball/fruit bites that my four-year-old will eat, I've come across these two recipes that work really well from Wholefood Simply by Bianca Slade (2013). Great lunchbox fillers whatever age you are!

For the apricot bites you only need 1 c organic dried apricots, soaked for 30 min in boiling water then drained. Then put in a blender or food processor with 2 c desiccated coconut. Blitz on high for a while until it's all combined. P...
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Milk chocolates

Posted by Bake Club on Saturday, March 11, 2017, In : sweets 

These chocolates are especially good for kids as they have a more milky smooth texture, but they are not hard setting. The recipe is from Virpi Mikkonen. You need to keep these in the freezer, they are sticky and soft - and very moreish.

1/2 c cashews or macadamias or mix of, soaked a few hours then drained
1/2 c grated cacao butter
1/3 c coconut oil
1/3 c cacao powder
1/3 c rice syrup, honey or coconut syrup
1 tsp vanilla extract
pinch sea salt

Melt the cacao butter and coconut oil in a bowl set ove...
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Chocolate buckwheat crackle bars

Posted by Bake Club on Monday, December 5, 2016, In : sweets 

I came across puffed buckwheat at my local organic shop - brilliant! These easy bars are a super yummy healthy sweet treat.

3 c puffed buckwheat (or puffed rice or spelt)
1/4 c toasted sesame seeds, optional
1/3 c coconut oil
1/3 c rice syrup
2 Tbs cacao powder
150g coconut butter
pinch salt
1 tsp cacao powder

Line a 20cm square tin with baking paper. In a bowl mix the the puffs and sesame seeds.

In a saucepan over low heat melt the coconut oil, syrup, 100g coconut butter and cacao. Once melt...


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Halloween ghost pretzels

Posted by Bake Club on Sunday, October 30, 2016, In : sweets 

Being a New Zealander we don't traditionally celebrate Halloween but this year I succumbed to making my first Halloween-themed snack for kindergarten's 'Freaky Friday' - ghost pretzels. Trust me to make the most finicky, fiddly thing. You can't get big thick pretzel sticks here so I only had thin little ones to work with. Dip in melted white chocolate and place chocolate chips for eyes and mouth. They barely fit on the stick and some of the faces looked a bit dodge but they tasted great and t...
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Chocolate mendiants

Posted by Bake Club on Saturday, October 22, 2016, In : sweets 

Chocolate mendiants are traditional French sweets during Christmas time. The chocolate discs are studded with nuts and fruit to represent the four monastic orders of the church - usually raisins, figs, hazelnuts and almonds. In our household, however, I make chocolate treats all year round. These ones are decorated with goji berries and coconut, apricots and almonds, pumpkin seeds and ginger, and mini marshmallows. Just go crazy with your toppings...

Makes 12 little discs
1/2 c cacao powder
1/2 ...
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Salted apricot caramels

Posted by Bake Club on Sunday, March 13, 2016, In : sweets 

Thank you Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley for this super easy recipe that feels like such a treat.
Makes 40-50 
250g organic unsulphured apricots, chopped
1 tsp salt
80g coconut oil
2 Tbs hot water
1 tsp vanilla extract
For the chocolate coating:
200g cocoa butter
12 Tbs cacao powder
2 Tbs maple syrup or rice syrup
2 tsp vanilla extract
In a food processor blend the apricots, salt, oil, hot water and vanilla until smooth.
Roll into little balls and place on a baking tray lined with baking paper. If mixture is...
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Vanilla and chocolate bliss balls

Posted by Bake Club on Monday, February 29, 2016, In : sweets 

Two more easy raw recipes from The New Enlightened Eating by Caroline Marie Dupont (Books Alive, 2012).
For the vanilla bliss balls:
2 c walnuts
2 Tbs rice malt syrup
1 tsp vanilla extract
pinch salt
1/2 c cashews
1/2 c raisins
1/2 c desiccated coconut

Blend walnuts in a food processor until smooth, Add sweetener, vanilla and salt and mix until combined. Add cashews and raisins and process until evenly distributed but not completely smooth so the mixture has some texture. Roll into little balls and r...


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Bounty bars with raspberry

Posted by Bake Club on Wednesday, February 24, 2016, In : sweets 

Here's a variation on the first raw bounty bars I made. The raspberry powder adds a special touch. You can see the subtle colouring in the pic. I found the chocolate melts really quickly once out of the fridge.

1/4 c coconut butter
2 Tbs coconut oil
1 tsp freeze-dried raspberry powder 
1/2 tsp vanilla extract or powder
3 Tbs coconut nectar (I used rice malt syrup)
pinch sea salt
1 1/2 c desiccated coconut

chocolate coating:
1/3 c cacao butter
1 Tbs coconut oil
1/3 c cacao powder
1 Tbs coconut nectar

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Fruit jellies

Posted by Bake Club on Tuesday, February 16, 2016, In : sweets 

A refined sugar free treat the littlies will love.
1/3 c fruit juice or pulp (I used some plums that I had stewed before)
1 1/2 Tbs agar agar powder (find it in Chinese grocers)
1-2 Tbs rice malt syrup
In a small bowl over medium heat, heat up the juice, stir in the agar well, bring to boil, then lower heat and cook the agar for about a minute until the mixture thickens. Work quickly to pour into chocolate moulds or ice cube trays. Put in fridge to set.
You can experiment with any kind of fruit or...
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Snicky bars

Posted by Bake Club on Wednesday, January 13, 2016, In : sweets 

This is like a baked Snickers Bar, from Attila Hildman's Vegan for Fun (Becker Joest Volk, 2013). You can see the base is quite thick - too thick for my liking. I used a 20x20cm tin but next time I'll use my brownie tin, 26x16. He melted dark chocolate for his topping but I made my own.
Cookie layer:
1 1/4 c flour
1 tsp baking powder
100g cold vegan margarine
1/4 c (50g) raw sugar
sea salt

Caramel layer:
1 1/2 c crunchy peanut butter
1/2 c rice malt syrup
sea salt
1 tsp vanilla powder or extract

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Mars Bars/Snickers Bars

Posted by Bake Club on Wednesday, November 11, 2015, In : sweets 

Here's a variation on a theme of homemade raw Snickers bars. Firstly, these ones are not entirely raw - I used toasted peanuts. Toasting just adds an extra nutty flavour. This is adapted from the Not Mars Bars on the Ceres website. I didn't have cacao paste so just used powder. Some great recipes there if you haven't checked it out already. 
For the nougat:
1 c cashews, soaked 2-4 hours
1/4 c coconut milk
1/4 c cacao paste (I just used cacao powder)
1/4 c melted coconut oil
2 Tbs rice malt syrup or...
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Florentines

Posted by Bake Club on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, In : sweets 

This is my first attempt at florentines. A bit fiddly but still yummy - anything coated in chocolate is! Worth the trouble for a special occasion, such as watching the final of the Superubgy where the Highlanders won against the Hurricanes 21-14! This recipe is adapted from the good ol' NZ Women's Weekly.

100g flaked almonds
1/4 cup sultanas
1/4 cup chopped mixed peel
1/4 cup chopped dried peaches (most recipes use glacé cherries but you can use any dried fruit such as cranberries, pears, prunes...


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Kale and fig greenola

Posted by Bake Club on Wednesday, January 14, 2015, In : sweets 

By Bec
Dehydrate 2 lbs of chopped up fresh kale. 
In a pot combine 3/4 cup sliced almonds, 1/3 cup sunflower seeds, 1 tsp cinnamon, 8 chopped dried figs, 2 tbs of agave (or another natural sweetener). Simmer until tacky mix forms and turn off heat. 
Add kale to pot, stir and mix together as it cools.
Spread mix in one layer on to wax paper and cook in oven for 5ish mins on low heat - leave to cool and BOOM!
And it's paleo, gluten free, sugar free, grain free, dairy free
Can be eaten as a sn...

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Easy raw bliss balls

Posted by Bake Club on Friday, September 26, 2014, In : sweets 

By Frances
I wanted to make something to use up the almond pulp I have leftover from making almond milk - these are really quick! Actually very similar to these chocolate bliss bites.
1 c almond pulp (or whatever pulp you get from making milk from 1 c almonds or you can use almond meal)
1 c cashew nuts, ground coarsely in food processor
1/4 c cacao or cocoa powder
1/2 c dessicated coconut
pinch salt
3 Tbs coconut oil, melted
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
about 1 c soaked raisins (or dates or prunes if you w...
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Homemade snickers bars

Posted by Bake Club on Friday, July 25, 2014, In : sweets 

By Frances
Like the homemade bounty bars, these are SO much better than the bought ones! Great satisfaction from making them yourself with wholesome ingredients.

Base:
1 c almonds or cashews
1/2 c rice malt syrup

Caramel nut layer:
1 c dates, soaked (or you could use rice malt syrup)
2 Tbs coconut oil
1 tsp vanilla extract
pinch salt

2 Tbs peanut butter (or tahini or almond butter)
1/4 c water if needed
1 c peanuts (I dry roasted mine)

Chocolate coating:
1/2 c coconut oil
1/2 c cacao butter
1/2 c cacao powde...

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Raw chocolate fudge

Posted by Bake Club on Tuesday, July 22, 2014, In : sweets 

By Frances
Thanks My Darling Lemon Thyme for this lovely recipe - full of good things that my two-year-old likes too.
1/2 cup natural sweetener (I used rice malt syrup)
3 tablespoons virgin coconut oil
300g tahini (I use unhulled)
2 tablespoons raw cacao powder (or cocoa powder)
1/2 c raisins, that have been soaked (you can also use 3 Tbs raw cacao nibs or toasted nuts)

2 teaspoons vanilla extract
a good big pinch of sea salt flakes

Line a small tin or container with baking paper (my tin was ab...
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Homemade bounty bars

Posted by Bake Club on Sunday, June 15, 2014, In : sweets 

By Frances
These raw chocolate covered coconut bars are really easy to make - and delicious and healthy too! I adapted a recipe from Health Yeah.

2 cups desiccated coconut
1 cup of coconut cream or milk
3 Tbs coconut oil or coconut butter
4 Tbs natural sweetener (maple syrup, coconut syrup, rice syrup or date paste)
pinch sea salt

For the chocolate coating:
5 Tbsp of  organic coconut oil
3 Tbsp of raw cacao powder
2 tsp of coconut syrup or maple syrup

Mix all the ingreds except dessicated coconut in...
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Popcorn two ways: salted 'caramel' and sweet & savoury

Posted by Bake Club on Saturday, May 24, 2014, In : sweets 

By Frances
Being a huge snack lover, these recipes are right up my alley for healthy snacks - free of sugar, dairy and wheat.
The salted caramel is adapted from wholesome-cook.com.

  • ½ cup macadamia nut butter (I used brazil, cashew, almond butter)
  • 1/ 2 cup rice malt syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1.5 tsp sea salt flakes
  • 4 cups popped corn kernels (made from popping about ¼ cup corn kernels)
Instructions
  1. Line a square tin with some waxed baking paper.
  2. Place nut butter, rice malt syrup, vanilla extrac...

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Chocolate walnut fudge

Posted by Bake Club on Friday, May 23, 2014, In : sweets 

By Frances
An extremely easy raw recipe from The Complete Book of Raw Food by Julie Rodwell (Hatherleigh Press, 2004). They use carob powder but I prefer cacao powder.

3 1/2 c raw walnuts
1 3/4 c pitted dates, soaked in water
1/2 c cacao powder
1/2 c dessicated coconut, optional

Grind walnuts in a food processor until it resembles breadcrumbs. Make date paste in a blender with soaked dates and enough of the soaking water to make a paste. Mix walnuts, date paste, cacao and coconut in a bowl. Firmly ...
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Raw chocolates

Posted by Bake Club on Thursday, May 1, 2014, In : sweets 

By Frances
I've perfected the recipe for raw chocolate by adapting the recipe from Elements for Life.

  • 60-70g Raw Cacao Butter
  • 50g Raw Cacao Powder
  • 1-2 tbsp Sweet Freedom

Method

  1. All utensils must also be dry or the chocolate will separate. Wash your silicone mould before it's first use and then dry it thoroughly
  2. Place a clean bowl over a saucepan of hot water (bain marie). Ensure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water & no water goes inside the bowl
  3. Grate the cacao butte...

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Vegetarian marshmallows

Posted by Bake Club on Friday, April 18, 2014, In : sweets 

By Frances
Found this great recipe for marshmallows on Be Miam that uses agar agar instead of gelatin! Turned out really well. The only thing I would change next time would be less sugar. I rolled mine in toasted coconut.

  • 3 egg whites
  • 250g/8,82oz sugar
  • 100ml/3,38fl.oz water
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 5g/1 teaspoon agar-agar
  • Icing sugar
  • 1 point of a knife of powdered red food colouring (optional)

In a small bowl, dissolve agar-agar into 100 ml of cold water.

In a small saucepan, boil the sugar, h...


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Chocolate bliss bites

Posted by Bake Club on Monday, April 7, 2014, In : sweets 

By Frances

This super easy raw recipe is from Amaze Kitchen. A great sugar-, gluten and dairy-free treat. I made them into mini bites for my toddler, but didn’t roll them in cocoa as I thought it might be too messy for her.

250 grams dates or 12 medjool dates pitted

4 tablespoons cacao or cocoa powder
1 cup almond meal
1/2 cup desiccated coconut
2 tablespoons coconut oil
extra cocoa for rolling

1. Blend all ingredients in a food processor.
2. Wet or oil your hands, and ro...


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Frances makes panforte

Posted by Bake Club on Friday, December 21, 2012, In : sweets 

My first attempt at panforte turned out pretty good. I used this recipe from the Healtheries website. Have wrapped up wedges for wee Xmas gifts.


250g oven-roasted mixed nuts (I used hazels, blanched almonds and pistachios)

1/3 cup each: glacé mixed peel, figs, apricots; roughly chopped

75g 70% dark chocolate, roughly chopped

1/3 cup Healtheries Gluten-free Rice Flour

1 tablespoon cocoa

1 teaspoon cinnamon

½ teaspoon mixed spice

½ cup each: honey, caster sugar...


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Frances makes apple spice granola

Posted by Bake Club on Saturday, December 8, 2012, In : sweets 

This recipe is from Chef Rene who is a raw food specialist. I went to a raw chocolate workshop of his once and make his super fudge recipe often. The granola is so crunchy and tasty, goes well with yoghurt or rice milk or apple juice. Sometimes I just eat little handfuls from the jar. I have never used buckwheat groats before so it was a new experience for me. Next time I might add coconut threads or nutmeg. Thanks Chef Rene!

  • 1 c pecans or walnut pieces, soaked 10-12 hours (I used walnuts and ...

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Frances’s raw chocolate macaroons

Posted by Bake Club on Sunday, August 19, 2012, In : sweets 


So easy, so delicious - a sweet treat that's healthy!

Makes 24-30 macaroons

3 c coconut (dessicated or flakes), 1 ½ c cocoa powder, 1 c maple syrup, ½ c coconut butter, 1 Tbs vanilla extract, ½ tsp salt

Mix together in a bowl. Take spoonfuls and press out on dehydrator trays. Dehydrate at 45C for 12-24 hrs or until crisp on the outside and nice and chewy on the inside. If you don't have a dehydrator you could bake in very low oven.

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Eleni's snowballs

Posted by Bake Club on Sunday, May 20, 2012, In : sweets 

Eleni debuts on Bake Club with these little morsels of delight! No baking involved, just mixing, so would be easy to whip up quickly.

1 1/4 cup oats
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup butter
1/3 cup cocoa
1/4 cup (soy) milk
1/4 cup dried fruit
1/4 cup chopped nuts

Melt the butter in a pot and add the sugar, cocoa and milk.
Take it off the stove and mix in the rest of the ingredients.

Cool off slightly, roll into balls and roll the balls in 'snow' / coconut.

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Frances’s tower of super fudge

Posted by Bake Club on Tuesday, April 10, 2012, In : sweets 

I went to an inspiring raw chocolate demo by Chef Rene at Wise Cicada in Newmarket, Auckland. He showed us how to make lots of chocolate recipes and we tasted them all! The energy in the food was amazing. Here’s his recipe for super fudge, which keeps nicely in the fridge. Just one piece in the afternoon is a great pick-me-up - packed with super foods!

3 c date paste (dates soaked in enough water to blend into a paste)
1 c chia seeds
1 c sultanas
1 ...


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Ginny's craisin and pistachio nougat

Posted by Bake Club on Friday, January 20, 2012, In : sweets 

This recipe is from the Mindfood website... I tried it, I would make it differently if I did it again. Notably, it has a strong honey flavour, so I would use less honey or perhaps a really mild one (I used white rata) and perhaps increase the amount of rosewater.... I also made it without that rice paper, but used icing sugar/cornflour to combat the slight tackiness of the crust... it's incredibly sticky. Would be hard without a stand cake-mixer!
http://www.mindfood.com/at-recipe-craisi...
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Frances gets into the Xmas spirit – meringue wreaths

Posted by Bake Club on Tuesday, December 6, 2011, In : sweets 


At one of my jobs they like to decorate their offices with Christmas decorations. This is mainly because there’s a decorating competition at ACP Media and prizes to be won. Anyway, my contribution was these meringue wreaths from Alessandra Zecchini and Arantxa Zecchini Dowling’s book Party Food for Girls.

She says the recipe contains lots of sugar as the meringues are designed to be long-lasting Xmas decorations. They will keep for weeks. I haven’t done much icing in ...


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Frances makes Heidi's brown sugar rosemary nuts

Posted by Bake Club on Saturday, September 24, 2011, In : sweets 


Mmm. Nice sweet-savoury snack to take down to Party Central tonight to see the All Blacks beat Les Bleus! (Postscript: NZ 37: France 17 woo ha!) See the full post on Heidi Swanson's site, www.101cookbooks.com. She just uses walnuts but I used walnuts, almonds, hazels and brazils.

1 cup / 5 oz / 140 g brown sugar or natural cane sugar
2 teaspoons fine grain sea salt
1 teaspoon chopped rosemary leaves
1/4 cup / 1 oz / 30g sesame seeds
2 large egg whites
1 lb / ~4 cups shelled walnut halves
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Frances’s caramel almond popcorn

Posted by Bake Club on Sunday, July 10, 2011, In : sweets 

This is a wickedly good treat for watching films at home or in the cinema, or watching the Reds beat the Crusaders in the Super 15 final. Boo!


5 cups freshly popped popcorn
1 cup whole almonds
1/2 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
50 g butter
2 tbs golden syrup or maple syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon baking soda


Preheat oven to 100 C. Grease a baking sheet.
Mix popcorn and almonds in large bowl.
Over low heat, mix sugar, butter and syrup in medium sauce...


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Kumara sesame balls – fabulous friedness de Frances

Posted by Bake Club on Wednesday, March 2, 2011, In : sweets 

Mama Chan taught me how to make these and I am pleased to have been able
to show a few friends the technique, and now I can share it with the world wide web!

Makes about 20.
1 c boiled kumara, peeled and mashed (purple flesh but you can use the orangey ones if you like)
1 ½ c glutinous rice flour (available at Asian grocers. This does not have gluten in it;
it’s called glutinous because of the sticky nature of the flour when it’s cooked)
½ c sugar (could be icing, ...


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Frances's new chocolate moulds

Posted by Bake Club on Thursday, February 10, 2011, In : sweets 

I bought two fantastic chocolate moulds in Venice - rose shapes and leaf shapes. No baking involved, but I thought I'd include my first batch to show you how easy it is.
Just melt dark and white chocolate. Filled the moulds halfway then added a toasted hazelnut or pistachio, and topped with more chocolate. For the leaves I mixed in chopped pistachios and dried cranberries.
Lately I've also made some batches of Annabel Langbein's espresso hazelnut chocolate ripple  - pouring dark and white choc...
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Frances Chan is a freelance editor/proofreader who has written a couple of children's books and writes for Weekend Notes. She also loves to bake. She shares some of her adventures, culinary or otherwise, on Instagram.


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