White chocolate rabbit Recipe

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makes:

1

Skill:

easy

Cost:

cheap

Prep:

30 min

Nutrition per portion

RDA
Calories 1650 kCal 83%
Fat 98g 140%
  -  Saturates 78g 390%

Want to make your own Easter gifts this year? All you need to make this delicious white chocolate rabbit is some chocolate and a rabbit mould!

Ingredients

  • For this Easter recipe
  • you will need:
  • 300g packet white chocolate-flavour cake covering
  • You will also need
  • :
  • Bunny mould (2 sides)
  • Baking sheet
  • Cotton, latex or vinyl gloves
  • Ribbon, to tie around neck

Method

  • Melt the chocolate-flavour cake covering in a microwave or over a pan of hot water. Spoon some into each half of the bunny mould and keep rotating the moulds, turning them so that the chocolate coats the sides. Tip out excess chocolate and scrape the top edge clean, using a palette knife, and then put the moulds in the fridge for a few minutes. Keep the chocolate in the bowl melted.

  • Remove the chocolate-coated moulds from the fridge and repeat the process of spooning in some chocolate, rotating the moulds, pouring out excess chocolate and chilling the moulds, until all the chocolate is used. Chill the chocolate in the moulds until they’re firm.

  • Place a baking sheet in the oven to heat up (the temperature isn’t important).

  • Remove the chocolate moulds from the fridge and turn them upside down on a board. Gently ease out the chocolate shapes. Take the hot baking sheet out of the oven.

  • Wearing the gloves and holding the chocolate shapes for as short a time as possible, take the 2 rabbit halves and hold each one briefly against the hot baking sheet, moving them around in circles, then press the 2 halves together. Make sure that the joins are level at the base, so that the rabbit will stand. Leave it in a cool place to fully set.

  • Tie the ribbon around the rabbit’s neck into a bow.

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Top Tip

We used chocolate-flavour cake covering to make these decorations, which just needs melting and then it's ready to use. If you use real chocolate it will need tempering first.