Blogmas 12… Chocolate Orange Pots

This recipe is perfect for dinner parties over the festive season. It would also be great for New Year! These silky vegan chocolate orange pots are so easy to make. They also look impressive, and who doesn’t love chocolate? The coconut milk makes this treat so creamy and yummy. A definite crowd pleaser! Let me know if you make these and don’t forget to tag me in your photos if you do!

METHOD

  • Put all the ingredients in a saucepan (apart from the cocoa powder and cubes of vegan dark chocolate for serving).
  • Heat over a low to medium heat, stirring all the time, until the chocolate melts.
  • Divide the mixture between 4 ramekin dishes. Leave to cool at room temperature and then sprinkle with cocoa powder. Decorate with a cube of chocolate on each dessert. Store covered in the fridge until ready to eat. When you eat them, take them out of the fridge 15 minutes before to allow them to warm up slightly.
  • Enjoy!

 

I hope you enjoyed this recipe!

A Note from me…

 

This year for Blogmas, my motivation is to raise awareness of the incredible charity MIND.

 

This marvellous charity does so much to support people suffering from mental health. With ongoing pressures from social media and a million other stresses these days, it is more important than ever to look after our health. As an anxiety sufferer myself, charities like these make such a difference to supporting people that need a voice to listen to and supply tools to help them through difficult circumstances. You can take a look at their website to see the amazing things they do and to take a look at the resources available online to help those needing extra help this Christmas. The winter season can be very difficult with people suffering from anxiety and depression. I would absolutely love it if you could donate something (however small) to this charity as a thank you to me for posting Christmas blogs this Blogmas. I really hope we can raise money and awareness for this stunning cause.

 

 

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