Chanukah Coins

Chanukah Coins


250 g chocolate
colored or chocolate sprinkles

You will also need:
a few disposable cups
aluminum foil

Melt the chocolate in microwave for 5 minutes on medium heat.
Pour some into disposable cups.
Repeat until all the chocolate is melted.
Try using different sizes of cups, so the coins come out in different sizes.
Optional: Sprinkle with colored or chocolate sprinkles
Let cool.
Remove chocolate from cup.
Wrap in aluminum foil.

Suggestion: Put the coins into the Dreidle box that can be found in the Crafts section.
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Jackie Crouse Groton, CT December 4, 2017

I imagine you can get the chocolate from AC Moore (they have chocolate specifically for melting and placing it into molds) or you can use milk chocolate chips. The directions could result in burnt chocolate, so it might be better to put all the chocolate into a bowl and put in the microwave for about 20-30 seconds at a time. Stir in between each time until it is all melted and then pour the chocolate into the cups.

You could also place a bowl over a pot of boiling water and melt the chocolate that way while mixing it constantly instead. Reply

Kylo Ren The First Order January 7, 2017

huh? What kind of chocolate? Reply

podie February 24, 2016

This makes no sense :( What kind of chocolate?????? Reply

Captain America Texas December 5, 2015

HUH??? Uh....what KIND of chocolate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reply

Anonymous November 20, 2014

chocolate what kind of chocolate Reply

Anonymous Morristown, NJ September 8, 2011

Servings How many coins does this make? Reply

leah long island, USA December 7, 2009

YUMMY!!!!!! this was the best i made it even before chanukah and i will make it again Reply

Miriam Columbia , SC November 26, 2009

COOL!!!! i can try it and put in my dreidle box!
COOL!!!!! Reply

Anonymous Colambia, SC October 13, 2009

can you use it for a game like a prize? Reply

Josh Staten Island, NY/U.S.A via kids.tzivoshashem.org December 19, 2008

Very Good I tryed this recipe it tastes very good i did it my self and im only 8 Reply

Samantha Copps Miami, Florida December 12, 2007

The Recipe I think the recipe is totally awesome and I would like to try it. Reply

Anonymous nksdjdk, ny December 7, 2007

cool Reply