Recipe: Rainbow Chocolate Creams


These rainbow chocolates are wicked. They look impressive and taste delicious! You can make them in an array of colours and flavours- it really is up to you. We opted for coffee, gingerbread, chai, orange and lemon.


  • 100 g caster sugar
  • 100 ml water
  • 500 g fondant
  • 1 selection of colours and flavourings
  • 400 g dark chocolate
Temper the Chocolate

Step 1

Temper The Chocolate

Temper the dark chocolate using your favourite method (above 46°C, down to 28°C, up to 32°C). Pour half into a silicon chocolate mould, make sure the chocolate goes up the side of each indent, then tip upside down over a tray to allow excess to drip out. Keep the other half of the chocolate back for later, keeping just warm if you can. Allow to set at room temperature, or speed it up in the fridge.

Make the Fillings

Step 2

Make The Fillings

Heat the water and caster sugar in a saucepan so that it simmers, then remove from the heat. Grate the fondant using a course grater and slowly whisk into the warm syrup until it’s completely smooth. Divide into multiple bowls and add a drop of food colouring and flavouring of choice to each bowl. Transfer each to a disposable piping bag.

Fill and Set

Step 3

Fill And Set

Pipe the cream fillings into the chocolate shells to almost fill them. Use the remaining half of the tempered chocolate to cover the individual chocolates and using a palette knife level the top of the mould (which will actually be the bottoms of the chocolates). Allow to set before popping them out, admire the shine and share them with friends. Makes 24



I am going to make this. who is going to make it. say in in comments.


Meat mixture thing: -red onion -bacon -pepper -salt -chopped up polish sausage Sauce: -horseradish -dried chopped onion -mayo -ketchup -tabasco -grey poupon -salt and pepper -beer cheese (just a lil) I didn't add this to recipes because I wasn't sure if it counts as one. I pretty much eyeballed everything and added what I thought would taste good. The sandwich was very good and easy to make.


Want to make these myself but can i use milk chocolate instead as i find dark chocolate too bitter. Also i cannt find anywhere, fondant filling in a lump, so that i can grate it. Please help as these look delish and ive bought everything else to make them jist need to sort the choc and filling (the important bits).


I've a healthy option for center filled chocolates..


thank you so much for making these as i have decided to try and make them as my wedding favours in heart shapes... should be fun :D

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