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Swedish Ice Chocolate- Ischoklad
Swedish Ice Chocolate- Ischoklad
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This is a homemade recipe for one of the most common and popular Christmas candy in Sweden. Its tiny chocolate pralines served in small colorful aluminum molds. It only takes a few minutes to prepare and requires only 2-3 ingredients.

Ingredient List for 12 servings:
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150 gr Nougat
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50 gr Dark chocolate
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50 gr Milk chocolate
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100 gr Coconut fat
Instructions:
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Cut the milk chocolate in medium size pieces and pour in a bowl. Do the same with the dark chocolate and pour in another bowl.
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Cut the nougat in medium size pieces and place half in the bowl with the milk chocolate and half of the nougat in the bowl with dark chocolate.
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On a baking sheet or a big plate that will fit in your fridge, place 50 small aluminum molds/cups (ischoklad formar).
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Divide the coconut fat in half and place in two casseroles. Melt the coconut fat and pour half on the milk chocolate and half on the dark chocolate. Mix well.
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Pour the melted chocolate in the aluminum molds/cup.
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Place in the fridge until the chocolate set.
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