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If you’re familiar with my website, then you will know that I am the official food blogger for the Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy Support Charity. CMPA Support are a wonderful charity; their aims are to raise awareness of the allergy at all levels, so that future generations of CMPA babies (& their families) shouldn’t have to suffer; and to provide information, support and practical advice to parents/carers at whichever stage of the CMPA journey they are on. You can find CMPA Support on Facebook and join one of their many Facebook support groups. I publish one food related blog post per week on behalf of CMPA Support and I am very excited to be a part of such an amazing charity.
Homemade Chocolate Caramel Eggs – Dairy & Soya Free Recipe
90g dairy & soya free spread
120ml coconut cream (or other dairy & soya free cream)
You will also need an egg mould.
Melt the dairy & soya free chocolate using a double boiler. Cover your egg mould with the melted chocolate and leave to set. Only cover the surface of the egg mould halves as you want the chocolate egg to be hollow.
To make the caramel, place the sugar into a saucepan and heat on a medium heat stirring constantly with a wooden spoon.
The sugar will eventually melt into a thick brown liquid, be careful not to burn it. Once the sugar is completely melted, add the dairy & soya free spread. It will bubble so be careful in this step. Stir until the spread is completely melted.
Drizzle in the cream but again be careful as the mixture will bubble and can splatter. Allow the mixture to boil for one minute then remove from the heat and let cool for ten minutes and then place into the fridge. The caramel will thicken as it cools.
Remove the chocolate from the chocolate moulds once set and fill one half with the caramel.
Use a small amount of the melted chocolate to glue the sides of the egg moulds together. Leave to set and then enjoy!
Recently I have received a lot of questions on our Facebook page about the symptoms of cow’s milk protein allergy and I think it would be great if we can share our questions and support each other on this journey. I have created a group on Facebook so we all have somewhere we can discuss and support each other in regards to living with cow’s milk protein allergy. Please take the time to read the group description. It is a closed group so, only members can see and reply to posts.
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