This is a simple and fun recipe to make with kids by converting a chocolate bar into fun heart shaped chocolates.
My kids and I paired white chocolate with black sesame filling and loved the black grit that's left behind in the teeth.
We love wrapping them up in transparent bags tied with a pretty ribbon around it and offering it to friends.
White Chocolate with Black Sesame Filling
• 1 bar white chocolate
• black sesame paste
If you have a double boiler, go ahead and melt your white chocolate. I don't have one so I use a heat-proof mixing bowl over a saucepan of boiling water to melt my chocolate. Make sure the bowl fits snugly and doesn't touch the bottom of the saucepan.
Fill each heart shaped mold a little less than halfway with the melted chocolate.
Use the back of the teaspoon to coat the sides of the mold with chocolate. Finish up coating the bottom and sides of the heart molds and then place it in the refigerator for 10-15 minutes.
After the chocolate has hardened into place, fill the center with the black sesame paste. Be careful not to overfill.
Cover the filling with the rest of the melted white chocolate and place it back in the fridge for another round of 10-15 minutes.
When hardened up, pop the chocolates out of the mold. Let it sit at room temperature before serving.