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Chocolate Covered Espresso Bean Ducks #Archive

Chocolate Covered Espresso Bean Ducks #Archive

Put the candy trays on a flat surface in the freezer for approximately 10 minutes. Remove the candy and gently remove the ducks from the tray. This is not as difficult as removing ice cubes since the duck trays are rubber and are very pliable. You’ll notice that the powdered cocoa has given the candy a matte finish. Now place the ducks on a plate or put them in an Easter egg for final presentation.

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