This is a great recipe to make with kids as a treat, as it's very simple and good fun putting the top circle over the chocolate and squashing the edges gently together to stop the chocolate escaping when it cooks. This is quite a dry mixture, but don't worry, they are meant to look a bit cracked and rustic, so you can't really go wrong! If you eat these when they have just been cooked the chocolate is quite runny, and if you eat them cold they are nice and gooey. You'll need two cutters, one about 4cm and the other about 5cm.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 238kcal
- Carbs 25.8g
- Sugar 19.9g
- Fat 13.2g
- Saturates 7.8g
- Protein 3.5g
This recipe is from:
Happy Days with the Naked Chef
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