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Chocolate witches hats

Danielle Colley
Danielle Colley

A clever edible Halloween creation for hungry little witches and warlocks.

Halloween recipes ... Witches Hats
Halloween recipes ... Witches Hats Photo: Danielle Colley

Ingredients

  • 10 mini waffle cones
  • 200g dark chocolate
  • 10 chocolate digestives
  • edible stars, sprinkles and sparkles

 

Method

Melt your chocolate in a heat proof bowl over a saucepan of water.

Lay the digestives out. Cover the mini cones in melted chocolate and then dip the bottom into the chocolate and pop it on the biscuit.

Using kitchen tweezers carefully decorate them as you like and pop into the fridge until set.

 

Occasion:
Kids' cooking

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