Chocolate Sticks (Healthy for Kids!)

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Intro: Chocolate Sticks (Healthy for Kids!)

These are so good that one isn't enough!

Step 1: Ingredients and Method

700 g soft curd cottage cheese, either homemade or store bought, press it through a mesh (to make it smoother and creamier

1 envelope vanilla sugar (at No Frills or Safeway)

1 lemon, grate the skin

10 g gelatin bloomed in 50 g water

5 tbsp icing sugar or you can also use berry sugar (superfine/castor)

1 box dark chocolate

Mix cheese with grated lemon zest and icing sugar well then add in bloomed gelatin, mix well

Chill mixture in the fridge for 30 minutes to an hour

Shape into logs with the help of plastic cling wrap and wrap individually and place them in the freezer for 15 minutes

Meanwhile, melt dark chocolate and pipe as long as your cheese sticks

Unwrap cheese sticks, place them on pipe chocolates then once chocolate harden, move them to cooling rack then pour chocolate on them, let chocolate set.

Enjoy chilled!

You can wrap them and gift them to friends, you can store the in the fridge for at least a week, you can freeze them, you can mold them instead shaping into sticks, and you can even fill them with your fav jam!

Have fun :)

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    6 Discussions

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    BLASTFEMI

    2 years ago

    What a unique recipe! I really want to try it! YUMMY!

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    klinongBLASTFEMI

    Reply 2 years ago

    share me the picture once you try :)

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    klinongGovernor Keagan

    Reply 2 years ago

    Yes, but would be too sweet imo! Dark chocolate makes the chocolate stick extra special, but yes any chocolate would do!

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    klinongpdomi

    Reply 2 years ago

    Yup! But when you don't live in Hungary, you make do with homemade ones ;)