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Halloween Berry Heavenly Graveyard Puddings

Halloween Berry Heavenly Graveyard Puddings.

2 more days to Halloween!! Arrghhh!!!!

Are you looking for last-minute scary Halloween recipe ideas?

Berry Heavenly Graveyard Pudding anyone?

These ghoulish puddings are scarily good.

The indulgent mousse is perfectly complemented by fresh berries so not only do they make a big impact, they taste out of this world too.

How To Make Halloween Berry Heavenly Graveyard Puddings

How To Make Halloween Berry Heavenly Graveyard Puddings:

Makes: 4

Prep time: 30 mins

Cook time: 5 mins

What You Will Need:

300g BerryWorld blackberries

200g chocolate, dark or milk to suit your taste

2tbsp sugar, optional

200ml double cream

2 eggs, separated

4 tombstone shaped biscuits (we used Nice biscuits)

8 chocolate filled Oreos

1tbsp desiccated coconut

Black gel icing tube

Green food colouring

Flower cake decorations

How To Make Halloween Berry Heavenly Graveyard Puddings:

1.) Reserve 12 blackberries and mash the rest in a bowl with a fork.

2.) Set a fine sieve over a bowl, tip in the mashed berries, using the back of a spoon to push them through the sieve. Discard the remains in the sieve and set the puree aside.

3.) Break the chocolate into a large bowl. If you use dark chocolate, add sugar at this point, it’s not so necessary if you use milk chocolate. Gently warm the cream until it’s steaming but do not let it boil.

4.) Pour the warm cream over the chocolate and sugar and allow to melt, stirring occasionally until you have a smooth, silky liquid. Using a clean bowl and electric whisk, whip the egg whites to stiff peaks. Then whisk the egg yolks into the chocolate mix then the reserved blackberry puree.

5.) Carefully fold the egg whites into the chocolate mix, continuing until there are no lumps of egg white remaining. Divide the reserved blackberries between 4 glasses, cut them up if they’re large.

6.) Spoon the chocolate mixture on top then refrigerate. To create the graveyard, use the icing tube to spell R.I.P . on each biscuit then put the Oreos in a zip-lock bag and bash with a rolling pin, smashing them so they look like soil.

7.) In a bowl mash the coconut with a drip or two of green food colouring to make ‘grass’. Poke a biscuit gravestone into each mousse then surround it with a layer of chocolate soil. Scatter a little coconut grass and finish with a flower decoration.

Note: If the cream isn’t quite warm enough to melt the chocolate completely, set the bowl over a saucepan or bowl of steaming water to warm it slightly and any remaining lumps will melt. Don’t be tempted to overheat it, the cream or chocolate may split leaving you with an oily mixture rather than a smooth glossy.

How To Make Berry Heavenly Graveyard Pudding

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How To Make Halloween Berry Heavenly Graveyard Puddings

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Halloween Berry Heavenly Graveyard Puddings

The indulgent mousse is perfectly complemented by fresh berries so not only do they make a big impact, they taste out of this world too.
Course Dessert
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 4
Author BerryWorld

Ingredients

  • 300g BerryWorld blackberries
  • 200g chocolate, dark or milk to suit your taste
  • 2tbsp sugar, optional
  • 200ml double cream
  • 2 eggs, separated
  • 4 tombstone shaped biscuits (we used Nice biscuits)
  • 8 chocolate filled Oreos
  • 1tbsp desiccated coconut
  • Black gel icing tube
  • Green food colouring
  • Flower cake decorations

Instructions

  • Reserve 12 blackberries and mash the rest in a bowl with a fork.
  • Set a fine sieve over a bowl, tip in the mashed berries, using the back of a spoon to push them through the sieve. Discard the remains in the sieve and set the puree aside.
  • Break the chocolate into a large bowl. If you use dark chocolate, add sugar at this point, it’s not so necessary if you use milk chocolate. Gently warm the cream until it’s steaming but do not let it boil.
  • Pour the warm cream over the chocolate and sugar and allow to melt, stirring occasionally until you have a smooth, silky liquid. Using a clean bowl and electric whisk, whip the egg whites to stiff peaks. Then whisk the egg yolks into the chocolate mix then the reserved blackberry puree.
  • Carefully fold the egg whites into the chocolate mix, continuing until there are no lumps of egg white remaining. Divide the reserved blackberries between 4 glasses, cut them up if they’re large.
  • Spoon the chocolate mixture on top then refrigerate. To create the graveyard, use the icing tube to spell R.I.P . on each biscuit then put the Oreos in a zip-lock bag and bash with a rolling pin, smashing them so they look like soil.
  • In a bowl mash the coconut with a drip or two of green food colouring to make ‘grass’. Poke a biscuit gravestone into each mousse then surround it with a layer of chocolate soil. Scatter a little coconut grass and finish with a flower decoration.
  • Note: If the cream isn’t quite warm enough to melt the chocolate completely, set the bowl over a saucepan or bowl of steaming water to warm it slightly and any remaining lumps will melt. Don’t be tempted to overheat it, the cream or chocolate may split leaving you with an oily mixture rather than a smooth glossy.

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3 responses to “Halloween Berry Heavenly Graveyard Puddings”

  1. Miz Helen says:

    5 stars
    Thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday,450. Hope you are having a great week and come back to see us soon!
    Miz Helen

  2. These are SO adorable! Thanks for linking up to Best of the Weekend. Your post was one of my features this week! I will also be pinning and sharing on Instagram stories this weekend. We are so happy you joined us this week. Have a wonderful weekend!
    Shelley

  3. Alexandra says:

    My first thought when I saw these at a link up was “wow, those are pretty!”, and then I clicked on the link, and saw it was yours. Your desserts are always so gorgeous! And the layout matches perfectly. I wish you were in my neck of the woods, and could teach me some of the secrets.

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