Chocogrenouilles Harry Potter
Making his Harry Potter Chocogrenouilles is simple and fun. Here's one of the recipes we like the most. Perfect for the holidays.
- 250g chocolate (it can be dark chocolate, milk chocolate, or white chocolate, as you like)
- Grains or nuts of your choice (Optional)
We tested the Chocogrenouilles with cereal, crushed almonds and chocolate chips and they are all very delicious.
But everything that is chocolate-based is good after all.
- Make sure your mold is cleaned and 100% dry.
- Melt the chocolate in the microwave for 30 seconds, mix. Repeat until smooth. Avoid overcooking or burning chocolate - if the chocolate bubbles to the surface, it indicates that it is too hot.
If you don't have a microwave oven, you can make chocolate in a double bath. Be careful not to wet the mixture or mold if you use this method.
Once the chocolate is melted, add seeds or nuts to the pan and cover them by filling the cavities with chocolate mixture with a teaspoon, or socket pockets.
Alternatively, mix the seeds directly into the mixture if you are looking for a crunchier texture.
Once filled, scrape to remove smudge with a spatula. Gently shake the mold on the worktop to remove any air bubbles.
- Now you are ready to let them take them in the fridge for about 10 minutes.
Keep a close eye on the weather. Leaving them in the fridge for too long may condense or crack your Chocogrenouilles at room temperature.
- Check to see if your Chocogrenouilles are tough. If they come off the walls, gently turn the mould over to remove them. If this is not the case, wait another 5 minutes before retrying the removal.
- Cut and assemble the boxes with double sides while waiting for the Chocogrenouilles to harden.
- Place the Chocofrogs in the boxes and you're ready to go
2. Video tutorial
3. Downloading cutting boxes and instruction
Need more boxes? Do not worry