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White chocolate hearts with strawberry filling

Heart shaped chocolate moulds
White chocolate
Strawberry coulis

Strawberry coulis:
Place the strawberries into a food processor or blender and blend to a puree.
Pass the puree through a sieve into a bowl and set aside.
Prepare a syrup with equal amounts of water and sugar and let it boil for 5 minutes or until all the sugar is dissolved.
Let it cool down and combine well with the strawberry puree.

Refrigerate the moulds.

Temper the white chocolate:
Melt down 60% of white chocolate at 40ºC.
Add the remaining chocolate and heat the mixture until 28ºC.
The white chocolate is tempered and must by worked between 28ºC and 30ºC.

Cover the entire mould with the chocolate.
With the mould upside down let drip all the excess chocolate.
Refrigerate for a while to speed up the process.
Fill the chocolate heart moulds with the coulis and place them in the freezer until frozen.
Cover with white chocolate helping with a spatula to make it even.
Let the chocolate thicken.
Carefully remove the chocolate from the mould.


10 Responses to “Crazy little thing…”

  1. The Fat Dietitian em 15 February, 2009

    Adorable and amazing… not sure my meager culinary skills could pull this off! :)

  2. flutterbyblue em 16 February, 2009

    These are so cool!!! How fun and creative!

  3. Veggie Wedgie em 16 February, 2009

    This looks great! The strawberry-white chocolate combination rocks

  4. cindy em 16 February, 2009

    very impressive! and i love the new layout.

  5. lisaiscooking em 16 February, 2009

    They look so delicate and delicious!

  6. pigpigscorner em 16 February, 2009

    oh wow! They look so cute! For awhile I thought they were heart-shaped eggs =P

  7. pixen em 17 February, 2009

    O… more O… O… How did you came up with this idea??? It’s amazing!!! I Salut you girl! 4 Thumbs ups from me!!!

    Thanks for sharing the idea and recipes… I could hug you for this!!! :-)

  8. Abby em 18 February, 2009

    Amazing. I couldn’t even attempt them. But I’m so glad there are talented people like you who make eye candy for me!

  9. Benedetta em 1 December, 2009

    They’re wonderful! How long do you think I could keep them in the freezer? Maybe they get bad after one or two weeks? Sorry for the questions (and for the english) but they are…incredible!

  10. Martin em 27 January, 2010

    Looks like a great idea for valentine’s day

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