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Oozing cherry liqueur chocolates.

Posted by Cat Morley from Edinburgh, United Kingdom • Published See Cat Morley's 507 projects »
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  • How to make a liqueur chocolate. Cherry Chocolate Liqueurs - Step 1
    Step 1

    Break 200 g of the chocolate in to a measuring jug and place in a pan of boiling water and leave to melt down.

  • How to make a liqueur chocolate. Cherry Chocolate Liqueurs - Step 2
    Step 2

    Pour the chocolate in to moulds until they are three quarters full. I used ice cube moulds for mine.

  • How to make a liqueur chocolate. Cherry Chocolate Liqueurs - Step 3
    Step 3

    I then pushed beads in to the center of each chocolate, so that when it set, the chocolates would be left with little craters in.

  • How to make a liqueur chocolate. Cherry Chocolate Liqueurs - Step 4
    Step 4

    Fill each crater half full with cherry liqueur.

  • How to make a liqueur chocolate. Cherry Chocolate Liqueurs - Step 5
    Step 5

    Cut a cherry in to quarters and then stuff the cherry slice inside the craters, so that it fills the space, preventing the liqueur from leaking out.

  • How to make a liqueur chocolate. Cherry Chocolate Liqueurs - Step 6
    Step 6

    Melt down the remaining chocolate and fill the rest of the moulds with chocolate and leave to set.

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Gone Neko
Gone Neko · Milan, Lombardia, Italy · 29 projects

... I love you! *___*

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northernstar
northernstar · Ísafjörður, Westfjords, IS · 34 projects

I know this is old Cat, but how did you store these? I just made some plain ones as practice and put them in box and they went all weird on top.. Maybe I should have used a proper box with a seal?

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Zombie Soup
Zombie Soup · in a place, VA, Bermuda · 12 projects

I love you, you just told me how to make my all time favorite candy

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Grace D
Grace D · London, Islington, United Kingdom · 83 projects

Make sure you take out the bead!!!!

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Grace D
Grace D · London, Islington, United Kingdom · 83 projects

Yummy-These look good, you can buy them from M&S but they are really expensive-I have those ice molds-IKEAAA

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tom./
tom./ · Edinburgh, GB · 38 projects

Mmm, so tasty...

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tom./
tom./ · Edinburgh, GB · 38 projects

Mmm, so tasty...

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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · Edinburgh, GB · 723 projects

Awesome, let me see how they turn out!

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Rosie
Rosie · Southampton, England, United Kingdom · 5 projects

Very clever! I've got a heart-shaped mould I can use for this...

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