Family Favourite Recipes- Ginger Clusters

Ingredients :

230g 8oz plain chocolate

60g 2oz raisins

1 tbsp rum (optional)

60g 2oz Stem ginger, finely chopped

method:

Melt 110g 4of of the chocolate in the microwave. Mix the raisins with the rum and ginger. Stir into the melted chocolate. Shape into small balls the size of a walnut. Leave to set on non stick paper. Melt remaining chocolate and dip the clusters in it. Keep in a cold place until required.

I’ve used Waitrose crystallised ginger and chocolate buttons from http://www.chocolate-alchemy.co.uk/ . These are very gingery. Adjust the amount of ginger to taste.

14 thoughts on “Family Favourite Recipes- Ginger Clusters

    • Thank you Mary. They are really quick to make and tasty. I made them for the radio this morning. then realised I’d got to put the recipe on here as I can never remember anything when I’m on the radio. Hope you are well xx

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  1. Karen thanks for sharing another family recipe. I’m not greedy but my sister and my brother and their respective spouses are. The recipe is easy to make although I am a mess in the kitchen. It is a delicious recipe. I have a new Bethlehem blog because Christina asked me to. The address is https://margaritaexam141.wordpress.com/2018/12/16/the-bethlehem/ If you do not do another blog Karen, I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas full of love and peace, and a Happy and Happy New Year 2019 in which all your wishes are fulfilled. Love and health Very loving greetings from Margarita.

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    • Thank you Margarita. I’ll take a look at your new blog. Wishing you lots of love and happiness for 2019. Have a wonderful Christmas and new year. Loving greetings and warmest wishes – karen xx

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