Gluten-free Halloween recipes: gluten-free Halloween layered chocolate with video recipe


Gluten-free Halloween recipes: gluten-free Halloween layered chocolate with video recipe – 

Recipe very easy and fast to make, without cooking and without special utensils, perfect for your Halloween theme parties.

Gluten-free Halloween recipes

Halloween layered chocolate

Preparation time 30 minutes (excluding the rest to solidify the chocolate):
230 gr of white chocolate
220 gr of dark chocolate
300 gr of milk chocolate
gluten-free breakfast cereals (I used cocoa and honey cereals by Noglut)

Gluten-free Halloween recipes

Melt 200 grams of dark chocolate.
Line a rectangular baking sheet with baking paper and spread the chocolate over the entire base. Put in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to make the chocolate solidify.

Melt 200 grams of white chocolate and make another layer on the dark chocolate. Spread on the white chocolate a little cereal for breakfast, I used these Noglu cocoa and honey cereals, but are fine crumbled biscuits or wafers, corn flakes, puffed rice or anything else gluten-free to your taste.

Let rest another 30 minutes in the refrigerator and melt 300 grams of milk chocolate, making the last layer. After another 30 minutes in the refrigerator, we move on to the final decoration.

With the remaining white and dark chocolate, I made 3 decorations: for the ghosts put with a teaspoon a little bit of white chocolate and with a toothpick make some extensions to give the idea of the fraying of the sheets and arms. Use dark chocolate to draw elongated eyes.

Quick and easy gluten-free Halloween recipes

To make the cobwebs I used a bag to freeze foods, cut diagonally and filled with white chocolate. Cut the tip and make the cobwebs.

With a toothpick and dark chocolate I made the spiders: just make two balls, one smaller for the head and one larger for the body, then stretch the chocolate on the sides forming the 8 legs. Make eyes with white chocolate.

Gluten-free Halloween layered chocolate

To make the bats put a little bit of white chocolate using the sac à poche made with the bag or with the teaspoon. With the toothpick make the shape of the wings and stretch the sides of the head to the ears. With the dark chocolate make the eyes and mouth with the teeth.

Gluten-free Halloween cakes

Leave to solidify for a few hours and cut into squares.
(Also cut the edges that you can give to your children or melt them again to make a hot chocolate or marbled chocolates 😉 )

Happy Halloween, everybody!

Here the video recipe:

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