- 1 to 2 bars of quality dark chocolate (depends how many you want to make for gifts and eat yourself!)
- a selection of dried fruits and nuts, whatever you have in your cupboard
- chocolate transfer sheets
Roll out flat your chocolate transfer sheet transfer side up, keeping things festive mine was a snowflake design. You can buy these from the internet or you can use a sheet of baking parchment or greaseproof paper. Spoon the melted chocolate onto the sheet in a circle shape. Then sprinkle your dried fruits and nuts, I also used the odd chocolate drop and meringue pieces. Allow the chocolate to set before packing in cellophane bags with some ribbon to these make great Christmas gifts.
|My niece's smily face design|
I made a batch of these for Christmas gifts last year and they were well received by everyone, including Santa!
I am entering these into December's Festive Food Gifts Tea Time Treats, hosted this month by What Kate Baked and alternating with Lavender and Lovage.