- Preparation time: 60 minutes
- Portion: 6 persons
- Cocoa Butter 40 g
- Fatty Cream 60 ml
- Cocoa Powder 1.5 Art. spoons
- Erythritol 1 tablespoon.
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- calories 100kcal
- protein 0.5g
- fats 10.9 g
- carbohydrates 1 g
- Heat the cream in a scoop until bubbles form.
- Reduce heat and stir regularly to prevent it from burning.
- Boil until the volume is halved – the cream will be thick and slightly yellow.
- Then, pour into a bowl and set aside.
- Melt the cocoa butter in a frying pan, then add cocoa powder and erythritol.
- Mix thoroughly.
- Remove from heat and cool slightly.
- As soon as the cream and cocoa mixture are both somewhat lukewarm, mix them and pour the new mixture into the mould and put in the fridge to set.
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