Dark Chocolate Coins




Introduction: Dark Chocolate Coins

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Made these soft center chocolate coins for NYE party. The combinations of the supreme dark chocolate is pretty good paired with lemon flavored filling.

Step 1: Method


700 g soft curd cottage cheese, either homemade or store bought

1 envelope vanilla sugar (at No Frills or Safeway)

a couple drops of lemon oil

10 g gelatin bloomed in 50 g water, heat in microwave for 10 seconds

5 tbsp icing sugar

Beat everything in a mixer until creamy then chill in the fridge for half hour before using

Chocolate Coins:

200 supreme dark chocolate, 90 % such as from Lindt (this will make 8 chocolate coins, so to make more, double the chocolate)

Melt 100 gram chocolate, fill in chocolate mold, flip upside down, letting chocolate back into the bowl, tap to remove excess and flip back. Chill in the fridge for 10-15 mins then take out

Fill cavities with 1 heaping tbsp filling each

Melt the other 100 g chocolate and fill mold covering filling. Chill in the fridge for an hour

Unmold chocolate coins and enjoy :)

NOTE: Filling measurement will make a lot of chocolate coins (more than 2 dozens coins).

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    6 years ago

    OK, you have my interest and will you please tell me just what "1 envelope vanilla sugar" means. I know how to make vanilla sugar two ways but I don't know how much to make for this recipe. Anyway: BIG thanks for sharing this with us.


    Reply 6 years ago

    1 envelope is 9 grams and you are welcome :)