Bloody Halloween Chocolate Cups – only 2 ingredients!
Just like peanut butter cups, only with sweet and “bloody” raspberry jam instead. These are so easy to make, you only need raspberry jam and vegan chocolate and you are good to go.
You can of course use any other jam of choice. Here we have used raspberry since we are making these for Halloween and want them to be really bloody. But I’m sure they would be delicious filled with strawberry- or blueberry jam, or orange! You can also fill them with peanut butter or almond butter. Yum!
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Ingredients for 8 cups:
- 300 grams vegan chocolate of choice. You may also use a vegan “milk” chocolate if you like
- Ca. 150-200 grams raspberry jam (or as much as you want to fill your cups with)
This is how you do it:
Line a muffin tray with 8 paper liners.
Melt half of the chocolate (150 grams) in a water bath. Cover the bottom of the paper liners with the chocolate, this is the bottom layer so be careful that the bottoms are completely covered.
Put the tray into the fridge for about 15-20 minutes, until the chocolate is hard.
Place a big tablespoon or two of raspberry jam on top of the chocolate. If you want them to be really bloody, let the jam completely cover the entire bottom layer. If you want them to be prettier, place the jam in the middle without it covering the sides. Then the jam will be covered completely by the top layer of chocolate. Here we want the “blood” to come out of the chocolates, so we use a lot of jam to get that effect. It’s messy to eat, but hey – it’s Halloween!
Put the tray into the freezer until the jam has hardened a bit on top, so the melted chocolate doesn’t mix into the jam when we put on the top layer. It takes about an hour.
Melt the rest of the chocolate and use a tablespoon to pour/drizzle it on top of each cup. Place the tray in the fridge until the top layer is hard.
Take off the paper liners and try to eat without getting your face all pink. Easier said than done, but ooooh so delicious!