These Chocolate Firework Lollies were a complete experiment and I wasn’t convinced they would work, but they did and were a hit in our household. They make a fun activity and treat for bonfire night celebrations.
What do I need to make the Chocolate Firework Lollies?
- 100g of milk chocolate
- Wooden Lolly Sticks
- Tin Foil or Parchment Paper
How do I make the Chocolate Firework Lollies?
- Put a piece of tin foil or parchment paper across a baking tray.
- Melt the chocolate in a microwave for 1 minute in high, stir and repeat until it’s all melted. Don’t let the chocolate over-cook so keep a close eye on it.
- Now put a tablespoon ‘blob’ of chocolate onto the tin foil or parchment paper.
- Use the spoon to create ‘flares’ coming off the chocolate ‘blob’ to look like an exploring firework. Add some more chocolate if you would like a thicker lolly.
- Then add a lolly stick, sticking about 1/4 into the bottom of the lolly. Cover the part of the stick which sits on the chocolate with more chocolate until covered.
- Now decorate with sprinkles or a different topping if you prefer.
- Put in the fridge to set for a good 2 hours.
- Once set carefully peel off the tin foil or parchment paper. Put on a plate in the fridge until ready to eat.
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