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Halloween Snack

Made with DULCEY 35%

Steps: 4
Servings: Makes 20 desserts

4 Recipes steps


Preparation time: 20 minutes
Baking time: 30 minutes

    150 g Butter
    170 g Eggs
    150 g Granulated sugar
    2 g Cinnamon powder
    2 g 5-spice mix
    2 g Salt
    270 g Wholemeal flour
    6 g Baking powder
    425 g Pumpkin
    180 g Fromage blanc

    Melt the butter.
    Blend the raw pumpkin using a blender or grate it with a cheese grater.
    Mix together the flour, baking powder, spices and salt.
    Beat the eggs and sugar together until they are fluffy.
    Mix together the pumpkin and the beaten fromage blanc, then add them to the mixture.
    Sift the dry ingredients together then add them in, followed by the warmed melted butter.
    Stop mixing as soon as the mix comes together.
    Line the small fluted brioche moulds with butter and flour.
    Fill the moulds with 65g of pumpkin cake mix.
    Bake at 150°C for 30 minutes.


Preparation time: 20 minutes
Leave to sit for: 4 hours

    130 g Caster sugar
    40 g Butter
    245 g hipping cream
    20 g Caster sugar
    2 g 4-spice mix
    170 g DULCEY 35% chocolate

    Use the sugar to make a dry caramel*.
    Once it has taken on a golden brown colour, add the liquid butter then deglaze it using a hot mixture of cream and sugar.
    Add a little of this mixture to the DULCEY 35% chocolate and stir it until the center of the mixture looks elastic.
    Keep this emulsified texture as you gradually add in the remaining liquid.
    Mix to form a perfect emulsion.
    Leave the caramel and DULCEY 35% chocolate crémeux to set in the refrigerator for two hours before serving.
    * See the chef’s tip at the end of this recipe to find out how to make a dry caramel.



Preparation time: 5 minutes

    Melt the DULCEY 35% chocolate at 40°C.
    Add the oil and mix it in wel


    Make the caramel and DULCEY 35% crémeux. Cool and leave to set for at least 4 hours in the refrigerator.
    If the crémeux is too runny, mix it with a spatula to make it firmer.
    Use a piping bag with a 12mm nozzle to pipe the caramel and DULCEY 35% crémeux into a hat shape on the cakes’ underside. Store everything in the refrigerator for 1 hour, or 15 minutes in the freezer.
    Make the glaze and dip the cakes in completely, then let any excess drain away and leave to set for 15 minutes. Enjoy.

Chef’s tip

To make a dry caramel, pour the Caster sugar into a saucepan and cook over a medium heat.
Don’t touch the pan while the sugar is turning into caramel. When a caramel starts to form, pick up any remaining uncooked sugar by swirling the pan around. Let your caramel take on an even golden-brown colour. Lower the heat if the caramel browns too quickly around the edges of the saucepan. Cook until you have a smooth brown caramel. Your dry caramel is ready.