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Skittles chocolate Cups

Skittles chocolate Cups
As gloriously diabetic as Skittles are, there aren’t that many ways of tasting the rainbow™ outside of listlessly inhaling them from a vending machine packet. Put them in ice-cream, and they freeze into molar-smashing rocks. Put them in cookies, and they collapse into tasteless grit. Even the infamous Skittle Bräu just ends in you yacking up kaleidoscopic chunks. So, by far the best LOLternative way of eating Skittles is suspending them in a mousse slop. Skittles Cups If tooth-rotting fluoro-pellets of emulsified corn starch aren’t your thing, you can still take solace in the second part of this recipe: the chocolate cup. Ingredients Lots x milk chocolate 1 x pack of Skittles ½ x shot of vodka 300ml x crème fraiche 2 x egg whites 1 x tablespoon of sugar lots x food colouring 1 x sachet of gelatin The juice of ½ x lime Step 1. Melt the milk chocolate for your cups. Step 2. ...And this is the clever part. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Onto the mousse. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10. Step 11.

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