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Rice bubble hazelnut chocolates Suitable for Vegans
Rice bubble hazelnut chocolates

Ingredients for 12 chocolates

• 200gr dark chocolate 70% or more
• 40gr sunflower margarine
• 12 hazelnut to garnish
• 12 ground hazelnut
• 12 tsp rice bubbles


• Melt the chocolate and sunflower margarine at baine marie.

• Keep a couple of squares aside which you will use for the decoration.

• Lightly butter the mould you will use and fill each one with a thin layer of ground hazelnut.

• Put 1 tsp of melted chocolate in each one, let it set for a few minutes then fill with rice bubbles, pressing a little with a teaspoon.

• Cover each one with the remaining chocolate, give it a shake to remove the air in excess and put in the freezer for about 1 hour.

• When the chocolates are almost frozen, remove from the freezer and with a firm hit remove them from the mold.

• Melt the remaining chocolate and with the help of a teaspoon dip the hazelnut and decorate each chocolate.

• Put them back in the freezer and take out a few minutes before serving.

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