Recipe c/o Waitrose.
Witches’ Hats And Broomsticks: Halloween Fun. Hello friends. Fancy making some Witches’ Hats And Broomsticks this Halloween? Eek, so scary! Happy Sunday.
Are you looking for some Halloween inspiration this week? If so, how about making some of these fun treats? The kids would love making these. So much fun!?
Witches’ Hats And Broomsticks: Fancy making some of these for Halloween? Because I know my kids will love making these.
Table Of Contents:
- Firstly, Witches’ Hats And Broomsticks Ingredients.
- Secondly, Witches’ Hats And Broomsticks Method.
- Thirdly, Other Recipe Ideas.
How To Make Witches’ Hats And Broomsticks:
Preparation time: 30 minutes | Cooking time: 10 minutes
Total time: 40 minutes
Makes: 15 of each
- 10 classic cone wafers
- 150g Waitrose Cooks’ Ingredients 70% Dark Chocolate
- 1 pack essential Waitrose Plain Chocolate Digestive Biscuits
- 45g pack Cake Professional White Chocolate Star
- 225g pack Waitrose Liquorice Allsorts
- Pack of Waitrose Strawberry Laces
- 113g pack Barratt Liquorice Catherine Wheels
- 70g pack Mikado Milk Chocolate Biscuits
For The Witches Hats:
- Firstly, using a bread knife, cut the tops off ice cream cones. Roll the cones in melted dark chocolate until coated, then leave to set on greaseproof paper.
- When fully dry, gently dip the circular base of the cone in a little more chocolate and press onto a plain chocolate digestive biscuit. Use dabs of melted chocolate to stick white chocolate stars onto the cones. Wrap around a piece of strawberry lace, then use a cut piece of liquorice allsorts to create a buckle.
- Leave in the refrigerator to firm up.
For The Broomsticks:
- Unravel liquorice Catherine wheels and with kitchen scissors, cut into thin 4-5cm strips. Place over the end of a chocolate Mikado milk chocolate stick, then tie them in place with one long liquorice strip.
Witches’ Hats And Broomsticks: (How To Make) Halloween Fun:
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