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A chocolate slime tart was just the ice-breaker Vanessa’s son Vernon needed to step out of the shadows and mingle with his classmates this year. A naturally shy vampire, Vernon sometimes struggles to make new pals, so Vanessa had the brilliant idea of hosting a Halloween party for his class, and making a showstopping pud that would get everyone talking. See method
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Make a batch of super simple chocolate truffles with leftover chocolate, cream, and butter. Put 125ml cream and 20g butter in a saucepan over a medium heat, until the butter has melted and the cream is bubbling. Add 150g finely chopped chocolate (dark, milk, or white, or a combination of all three) to the mix, and a few drops of salted caramel flavouring, and stir, until smooth. Take off the heat, and allow to cool before transferring to a bowl and leaving to chill in the fridge for around 4 hours. Once chilled, remove from the fridge and use a teaspoon to scoop out portions of the chocolate mix. With cold hands, form the chocolate into balls and roll in crushed pistachios or cocoa powder, to coat.
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