Chocolate-covered prunes pudding recipe
Chocolate-covered prunes pudding
Ok, eating loads of chocolate isn't the best way to better health, but we all need to succumb once in a while. Food is for enjoyment, after all. Here i've used modest amounts of the best chocolate available - and good chocolate contains chemicals, which release the feel-good factor in the brain. The chocolate is also combined with ultra-healthy prunes, one of the richest sources of cancer-protective nutrients. (Serves 4)
Top quality plain dark chocolate: 110g
Top quality milk chocolate: 110g
Stoneless California prunes: about 350g (32 prunes)
Fresh mint: 3 tablespoons, finely chopped leaves
Melt both chocolates separately in bowls set over saucepans of simmering water / Dip half the prunes one at a time in each of the chocolates / Arrange alternately on a large platter / Scatter over the mint to serve.
These make an unusual addition to cocktail party nibbles.
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