Indian Chocolate Fudge
Easter is a fantastic time of year. Spring has arrived the days are getting longer, it's a time signifying new beginnings, new hopes and dreams and of course lots of chocolate!
This year I decided to try something new and make my own easter eggs. It was so easy to do - I just bought a cheap egg mould and some good quality chocolate. I wanted to get creative so I flavoured them up I made a chilli flavoured one for my husband and a cinnamon one for my mum. I knew the kids would be happy with just chocolate - so I kept them nice and simple and filled them with some little eggs (which I made too).
I have to say I was a bit scared they wouldn't come out of the mould but thankfully they did, just make sure you oil the mould and do be prepared to wait around for the chocolate to set between each layer. The fun bit was being covered in chocolate and doing the decorating. It's a great thing to do with the kids too - Happy Easter!
Want to learn more about the process? Follow my step-by-step photo blog alongside my recipe (below).
|Typical values*||per Serving|
|of which saturates (g)||37|
|of which sugars (g)||37|