Mint Chocolates

Chocolates | 3rd January 2010 | By

What to take along to a chilli & DVD extravaganza at a friend’s house last night – hmmmm. Some cooling After Chilli Mints came to mind, that along with some of my redcurrant vodka. I don’t have a terribly sophisticated palate when it comes to chocolate, plain dark chocolate doesn’t always quite do it for me. But I do like a really dark milk chocolate. So I thought I’d experiment with combining a dark and a milk to make these chocolates.

This is what I did:
  • Melted 100g 70% dark chocolate with 100g 35% milk chocolate.
  • Stirred until smooth, then allowed to cool slightly.
  • Added 1 drop of peppermint essential oil & stirred to combine.
  • Spooned mixture into moulds & left to harden.
Not really much more to add rather than: yum!


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    3rd January 2010

    How delicious, they sound lovely. Hope you have had a good Christmas and New Year. Love Lucie x

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    4th January 2010

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    5th January 2010

    Thank you all for your good wishes and hope you all have a good new year too.

    Lucie, we had a nice relaxing time over xmas and new year, which was just what we needed. Hope yours was good to.

    Thank you Sweet Soul Creation for your blog award.

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    8th January 2010

    The bit that stumps me are the moulds? Any more info? Thanks, from Only-dark-chocolate-will-do x

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    9th January 2010

    Really good idea on mixing the milk and dark – I love the Green & Black milk chocolate because it is that bit darker. And these are so cute!

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    10th January 2010

    Hi Elisabeth

    The chocolate moulds were actually butter moulds that were given to me many years ago. I never used them for butter, but do fish them out from time to time for chocolate. I guess it wouldn’t be hard to find chocolate moulds on the internet though.

    Foodycat – I really like G&B milk chocolate too and used it in this recipe. My worry is what will I do if Cadbury’s gets taken over by Kraft!

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