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Kids

Kids seem to intuitively understand the powers of chocolate. From the taste, the feel and the smell, the pure anticipation of it make it one of the closest things to magical they can see. Kids learn by reward, repetition, actively doing, socializing and frankly – making a mess.

This category is all about recipes that will not only be loved by children, but that they will also love to explore. It is packed not only with recipes, but also with priceless memories.

Which Means

that chocolate is the perfect medium for learning teamwork, reward, baking, getting messy and seeing a transformation of raw ingredients into the best party ever. Belgian Chocolate Gems are a fantastic playful way to experience chocolate in all its forms.

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Recipe for banana pancakes

This is the perfect recipe that my husband makes for breakfast on Sundays. It’s a real treat and I don’t have to do nothing, I love it!

halloween cupcake recipes

With these cupcakes, it’s all about decoration. Be as creative as you can, people will love it.

Dark chocolate christmas gifts

Brownies with nuts  Preparation Heat the oven at 350°F (180°C) Use a double sauce pan (“au bain marie”) and melt the chocolate with the butter Beat the eggs with a pinch of salt Add the 3 types of sugar and mix until you have a thick white mixture Add the sugar mixture to the melted […]

sacher muffin

Sacher muffin Preparation Pre-heat the oven at 400°F (200°C) Line the muffin tin with paper molds Divide the eggs. Beat the butter with 1/2 cup (4oz/100g) sugar and the egg yolks until fluffy Melt the dark chocolate in a double sauce pan (“au bain marie”) and combine with the butter Add the milk chocolate Beat […]

chocolate sauce recipe

Preparation   Heat the cream (not boiling) Add the chocolate to melt and stir well until a fluid mixture Scoop the ice cream into glasses Spoon the chocolate sauce over the ice cream Decorate with some mint leafs    

fake poop

Fake poop Preparation Use a stand mixer and mix the butter and honey until fluffy, using the flat beater Melt the dark chocolate in a double sauce pan (“au bain marie”), avoid water splashing into the chocolate Add the chocolate to the butter and continue mixing until the mixture is fluffy Prepare a piping bag […]

strawberry popsicles

Strawberry popsicles Preparation Mix the black pepper into the strawberry ice cream Pour the strawberry ice-cream into six ice-cream molds Put a wooden stick in the middle of the mold and freeze them Melt the chocolate in a double sauce pan (“au bain marie”) Dip the frozen lollipops into melted dark chocolate Transfer to the […]

Mint ice cream

Preparation Fill six ice-cream molds with mint ice-cream Put a wooden stick in each mold Let it freeze Melt the chocolate gems in a double sauce pan (“au bain marie”) Dip the frozen lollipops into melted dark chocolate Transfer to the freezer again

recipe for brownies

Recipe for brownies Preparation Heat the oven at 350°F (180°C) Use a double sauce pan (“au bain marie”) and melt the chocolate with the butter Beat the eggs with a pinch of salt Add the 3 types of sugar and mix until you have a thick white mixture Add the sugar mixture to the melted chocolate […]

chocolate-puff-pastry

Chocolate puff pastry Preparation Heat the oven until 375°F (190°C) Squash the banana and add a pinch of sugar, honey and lemon juice and mix Cut the puffy pastry in rectangles of 4.7×3.1in (12 x 8 cm) Put near the edge a line of chocolate chips and spoon the banana on top Brush  the pastry […]

brownie cake

Brownie cake Preparation Pre-heat the oven at 350°F (180°C) Use a double sauce pan (“au bain marie”) Cut the butter in dice and melt the butter and chocolate gems Use a standing mixer, transfer the eggs to the bowl and whisk until light and fluffy Add the sugar and mix until you get a pale […]

halloween desserts

Halloween desserts  Preparation Mix the flour, salt, icing sugar and vanilla sugar Cut the butter in little pieces, add to the flour and knead until a firm and homogenous dough (when the dough is to dry, add 1 tsp (0.4oz/10g) more butter) Wrap the dough in plastic foil and transfer to the fridge for 1 […]

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