Are you looking for ways to have fun with your kids at home?Make Christmas Οrnaments with Chocolate salt dough. Your kids will have a great time and you can use the ornaments to decorate the Christmas tree.
Ψάχνεις τρόπο να απασχολήσεις το παιδάκι σου, το ανιψάκι σου, το βαφτισίμι σου, το παιδάκι της γειτόνισσας που σου το άφησε για baby sitting?Φτιάξε μαζί του σπιτικά στολίδια για το Χριστουγεννιάτικο δέντρο απο Σοκολατένιο Ζυμάρι Αλατιού, που δεν σπάει!
When people try to lose weight, they often say they’re going on a diet – a word that derives from the Greek work diaita, meaning “way of life”. However, those in ancient Greece didn’t say they were going on a diet to lose weight. Rather, they would diet to better their health and eat better.
White Wine Lychee
Sometimes you want a cool, refreshing cocktail but don’t want a lot of alcohol. If you are a wine drinker, you’re gonna love the White Wine Lychee Cocktail! It’s a delicious beverage for summer nights or even served as a pre-dinner drink. It’s very easy to make too!
3-4 seedless red Grapes halved
60 ml White Wine (I use Chardonnay but you can use any white wine)
20 ml fresh Lime juice
20 ml Lychee syrup (I use Monin, but any lychee syrup would do the work)
2-3 ice cubes
1. Place the grapes in the bottom of a wine glass
2. Add the lime juice and squeeze the grapes with a spoon
3. Add the white wine and lychee syrup and mix all the ingredients together
4. Add the ice cubes and you’re ready to serve!
Cocktail styling tip: You can put green and red grapes on a wooden stick and add it to the wine glass.
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I simply can’t resist Chocolate! Tried so many times…failed… So as they say, if you can’t avoid it, you might as well enjoy it! This Swiss chocolate truffles recipe is without doubt on top of my list! Pure chocolate flavor and aroma…melting in the mouth with a buttery sensation.
I have made this recipe many times and I always get reactions of WOWs and YUMMYs and faces of pleasure! So I thought of sharing it with you. It’s very easy to make, and it’s a great gift idea for Mother’s day, Valentine’s day or if you just want to offer a treat!
The original recipe of the chocolate truffles comes all the way from Switzerland. To get best results it’s important that you use high quality chocolate, it doesn’t have to be Swiss chocolate but if you can get your hands on it, dont’ hesitate!… I normally use 60 to 70% cocoa solids dark chocolate.
- 60 ml heavy cream
- 150 grams (5 oz) dark chocolate
- 1 table spoon, (15 grams) butter, softened
- Chop the chocolate into small pieces.
- Heat the cream until it just comes to a boil, add the chopped chocolate and remove the saucepan from the heat.
- Stir or whisk the mixture until the chocolate is completely melted.
- Stir in the butter until the ganache is smooth.
- Put the ganache in a bowl and cover with plastic wrap, ensuring that the plastic makes contact with the entire surface of the ganache.
- Refrigerate overnight or until the ganache is set.
- To form basic truffles
- Use a melon baller, small ice cream scoop, teaspoon or piping bag.
- Roll the ganache in a ball and place on parchment paper.
- To finish the truffles roll them in unsweetened cocoa powder. Other options: You can roll the truffles in powdered sugar, chocolate shavings, chopped chocolate, chopped toasted nuts or coconut.
Makes approximately 20 truffles