Chocolate-topped, heart shaped Florentines: a sweet Valentine’s treat
I’ve had a recipe for cherry and coconut Florentines that I clipped from bbcgoodfood magazine waiting for me to make for ages. Turns out you can find it online here.
It appealed to me because the method makes things a bit easier: make a big slab of Florentine and then cut them out.
I decided to use a heart-shaped cutter to make these Florentines more suitable for Valentine’s Day, but obviously you can use whatever cutter you have or just cut/break the large slab into irregular shapes.
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Go on! Overload with chocolate for Valentine’s Day!
You don’t really need a recipe to make chocolate bark because it’s as straightforward as you would expect. Melt chocolate, pour it out, sprinkle with the toppings of your choice, leave to set and that’s it!
I decided to put some oreo biscuit in the base of mine for flavour and a nice crunchy texture. I used Love Hearts, mini Haribo hearts and some heart-shaped sugar sprinkles for the topping, but you can use your favourites.
Ingredients (these quantities make a lot of chocolate bark! The pictures below will give you an idea of just how much. You could halve these amounts if you want to make a small batch)
With February 14th fast approaching, this week I revisit five recipes perfect for sharing some love.
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1. Easy chocolate biscuits – heart-shaped for Valentine’s Day
2. Caramel chocolate brownies
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Cute Valentine’s Day chocolate biscuits from only four ingredients!
A quick search for easy chocolate biscuit recipes turned up this one over at allrecipes. The original recipe suggested rolling the dough into small balls and pressing them down with a fork before baking. I went a little fancier in my decoration in honour of Valentine’s Day. But whether you make your chocolate biscuits heart-shaped or not, you’ll only need four ingredients.
Ingredients (makes approx. 12 biscuits – double up if you have hordes to feed!)