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First, get your supplies…

I bought far too much chocolate… WHAT.A.SHAME!

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Melt down the chocolate. I used a mix of 50% Milk and 50% Dark as I felt this tasted best against the peanut butter.

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Meanwhile, whisk the peanut butter together with some softened butter and icing sugar till it tastes ‘just right’.

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Poor melted chocolate into the moulds till they’re about a third full… and use a knife to drag the chocolate up the sides to form a dip for the filling. Tap the mould a few times against the countertop to release bubbles.

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Stick it in the freezer for 15 minutes.

Next, fill a third full with the peanut butter mixture. You may want to melt it down a little in the same way the chocolate was melted so it’s easier to pour.

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The temperature of the chocolate should harden the peanut butter but, if not, freezer again for 15 minutes.

Then do the final layer of chocolate… tap it again for bubbles.

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Freezer for another 15 minutes and then leave them out for a few before gently pushing them from the moulds.

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There may be a few casualties…

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AND ENJOY!

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Apologies for the lack of ANYTHING this side of the New Year. I will kick myself up a notch and get on it!

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Trying to find a decent print company before I work on any new designs. Thoughts on these?

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When the world hands you crayons… find a hairdryer.

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Joker canvas. Starting bid £50. (note the background is now fully black)

Joker canvas. Starting bid £50. (note the background is now fully black)

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Rainbow birthday cake that I made for a friend. Lots of hard work and determination (and a few oven burns up my arm) but I love the final result!

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Haven’t updated in a while so here is a DKR gift for you all on such a grotty, Sunday afternoon. A quick 15 minute sketch for an employee at work.