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Recipes for homemade, filled chocolates

babymole_bob123 | Mar 30, 201802:36 PM     2

Hi guys, so recently I’ve been thinking about how much I love thorntons and all their wonderful, creative chocolates and I figured it would be fun to make my own. However there are no real recipes that match what I want to do. I want different types of chocolate, different fillings such as mousse, jelly, curd, purée, coulis, ganache and creams. I want really interesting extraordinary flavours, so if any of you have your own fantastic recipes or someone else’s, please leave a comment, thanks.

Thorntons | Personalised Gifts, Luxury Chocolate Easter Eggs & Sweet Hampers | Thorntons

www.thorntons.co.uk
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