Date Pralines Recipe
By The Vegan Allrounder
🔪Prep Time: 10 minutes
👩🍳Cook Time: 5 minutes (only chocolate melting)
1All you have to do is get yourself some dates, peanutbutter and melted chocolate of your choice (I personally always use dark chocolate as it contrasts the sweetness of the dates perfectly).
2With a teaspoon you fill some peanutbutter into each date. Put the dates in the freezer for 1h.
3Now cover the dates with the melted chocolate and refrigerate for an additional hour. If you want you can also freeze them that makes the chocolate get really hard and when you bite into them it'll make that amazing crackling sound!
4They are crazy good so go go go try em!
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