Creamy Lemon Pralines

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Not much of a story about them.
I just had to use the rest of mascarpone :) And make something edible, by the way :)
I was surprised myself with the taste! I mean, I didn’t expect them to be so yummy!
Such little things… So good :)

They were supposed to say goodbye to September but seems they’re here to greet October. Fair enough :)
And one more thing, they were really willing to sit for me while taking pictures! As if they asked me to take one more and one more and…
I know, silly it sounds ;)
To be fair, each of them deserved an individual portrait ;)

Taste-wise – delicious.
Decoration-wise – well, you know I’m manually disabled ;P

Try them out :)

Ingredients (gives around 30 pralines):

  • 250g mascarpone
  • 1 cup milk powder
  • 200g white chocolate
  • fresh lemon juice squeezed from one lemon
  • chopped pistachios… or…
  • some cocoa… or…
  • melted dark chocolate

Melt white chocolate in a chocolate bath.
Leave for a moment for cooling.

Mix mascarpone with sifted powder milk for a moment.
Add white chocolate and mix again.

Start adding lemon juice (can be in two turns) and mix shortly until all is combined.

Cover the mass with stretch wrap.
Put in the fridge for 3 hours for cooling.

After this time, start forming little balls from the mass.
The mass can be a bit sticky… but you can make it ;)

Cool again in the fridge. Overnight.

Next day, decoration time ;)
You can roll them in cocoa to get a nice cocoa coat :)
Or glaze them with dark chocolate…
Or even better, glaze with chocolate and sprinkle with pistachios :)

Have fun and… smacznego :)


Cocoa-ie ;)

Chocolat-ie ;)

My Beloved Pistach-ie ;)

And altogether…

The recipe is taken from Dorota’s book “Moje Wypieki i Desery”. With small modifications :)

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