Step 5: Cooling Down

I put some greaseproof paper on a shallow try and spread it out to make a thin slab and stuck it in the fridge for about 10 mins. You can do this any way you like. Im sure youll all have more imaginative ways to do this. Maybe silicon moulds or a piping bag.
Is the blood on your thumb a special ingredient. Hope not.
I&nbsp;made this tonight w/70% cocoa and 2 tins of Altoids.&nbsp; It was easy to make and came out well!&nbsp; Many thanks!<br />
What kind of mints specifically did you use? Can i use the herb mint?<br /> I want to make this for my girlfriend as a lil Christmas surprise.<br /> -Thanks<br />
Looks tasty!<br /> And for the record, it's ok to repeat a project already on the site - you'll do it and describe it differently.<br />
Thanks for that, might do a couple more instructables then for some more of my christmas gifts!<br /> <br /> Theyre a bit like mint crisp. They would have been yummier with some nice chocolate though.<br />
Wonderful!&nbsp; I'll look forward to seeing them.<br /> <br /> Have you tried adding some nuts or crisped rice to these?&nbsp; Could be nice.<br />
What a wonderful instructable!. Thanks for posting it - I think I'll give it a try this afternoon.&nbsp; Love the photo of your adorable little helper, too.!<br />
Excellent. Keep it up.<br />
A two ingredient recipe, excellent...and decadent!!<br /> <br /> Well done. I shall make a batch of these for a sweet tooth friend. (Oh OK then; it's me!!).
I like the look of this, can't go wrong surely?<br /> <br /> L<br />
You would think so but I did melt my bowl slightly, grate my finger and then the website crashed halfway through creating my instructable! Even with all that they still turned out really well!<br />
Yes I saw the finger(!), but you got the nice chocolates out at the end.<br /> <br /> L<br />

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