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They were gone before we knew it. I blame it all to the loud crunch of the slightly bitter chocolate when taking a bite. To the amazing sweet marzipan – I am such a sucker for marzipan. And ofcourse to the knowledge that these chocolate-marzipan bonbons are 100% guilt-free and much healthier than store chocolate marzipan. Whoa!
Fortunately, these bonbons are easy peasy to make, because they require only four ingredients to make. Read on for the recipe!
This week I, I was in the supermarket when I couldn’t resist the Saint Nicholas (a traditional children’s festivity similar to Christmas) candy shelf. Especially the marzipan was a huge trigger for my salivary glands. Drooling I let one after the another marzipan piglet, fries and banana go through my hands. I quickly put the piglet back on the shelf when an employee saw me smelling the package like an idiot. Awkward!
Heavenly thick chocolate drink. Deliciously creamy, with a slight spicy aftertaste. Just like the Mexicans like to drink it!
Dear Eva …
‘Gevulde speculaas’ is a traditional Dutch cake, spiced with a.o. cinnamon, cloves, mace and ginger, filled with sweet, gooey, almond paste. Believe it or not: it’s 100% model-proof!