Schoko-bons Kinder® Style Chocolates {DIY Christmas}

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We are fast approaching the most festive and warm season of the year (my favorite!) It is well worth a recipe for the occasion. Who says Christmas says chocolates, and when they are homemade, I would even say that they are appreciated twice as much… So I decided to make chocolates well known to all, present everywhere during the holiday season: Kinder® Schoko-coupons! I assure you that the taste thus created is very similar. The recipe is extremely simple (3 ingredients) and can be used as a DIY workshop to do with the children for Christmas. To offer or to devour without delay, the choice is yours ...

To add a "fairy" touch, I opted for a jewel-shaped chocolate mold. In this regard, I had a lot of trouble finding in France (and that's a shame), I was still able to find the object of my desire via a Chinese seller on the AliExpress site (link in bottom of the recipe). To decorate the chocolates, and highlight the facets created by the chocolate mold, I added edible iridescent powder applied with a brush.

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Schoko-bons Kinder® Style Chocolates

What to compete with the real ones!
Prep time30 minutes
Cook time5 minutes
Total35 minutes
Recipe type: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: French
Yield: 21 chocolates


  • 130 g milk chocolate pastry of good quality
  • 90 g white chocolate pastry of good quality
  • 20 g praline
  • Food iridescent powder


  • Start by melting the milk chocolate, tempering it. Don't worry, you don't need a thermometer, there is a simple way to do it: in a suitable container, heat the chocolate in the microwave for 1 minute. Stir well then return for 20-30 seconds. There must remain unmelted pieces, you just have to mix well so that the chocolate is very smooth.
  • Decorate the bottom of the chocolate molds with iridescent powder (optional), then pour the chocolate into the molds, distribute well, then invert to release the excess (to be collected in a container later). Refrigerate until hardened.
  • Prepare the filling by melting the white chocolate in the microwave, once melted and smooth, add the praline and mix. Garnish the mussels with this filling.
  • Cover the filling directly with the remaining milk chocolate, remove the excess with a spatula, then refrigerate for about 30 minutes. Unmold and enjoy!
Par Lilie bakery
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[ Equipment used ]

"Jewels" chocolate mold on AliExpress

Milk chocolate 1kg

White chocolate covering 1kg

Food-grade silver iridescent powder

28th October, 2015



  1. Reply


    November 23, 2015

    How good these little chocolates look!

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    November 23, 2015

    I really like this form of jewels, it makes them even more tempting!

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    November 23, 2015

    I would never have thought of making my own shokobons! I think it's great and I write it down for Christmas !!

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    November 23, 2015

    for on it will be to do! ; P

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    Maryse & Cocotte

    November 23, 2015

    Your little Kinder-style chocolates are just… wow !!

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    small kitchen

    November 23, 2015

    They are really superb!

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    November 24, 2015

    I think my sweetheart will crown me "best girlfriend in the world" if I make him this recipe! So in advance, thank you.

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    Melina & Chocolate

    November 24, 2015

    Oh that is too excellent! They must be even better than the manufacturers;) And it gives this powder really well!

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    Mrs Maurice

    November 24, 2015

    How beautiful and appetizing these little chocolates are! :)

    Mrs Maurice

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    November 25, 2015

    just perfect ! thank you lilie again a recipe that makes us want ... so want ...

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    November 26, 2015

    Excellent idea, I keep it aside for my man he is completely crazy about kinders ^^

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    alphabet family

    December 13, 2015

    Really very nice to the eye and also surely in taste, it is sure that the idea of ​​the mold is to be remembered ..

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    13th February 2016

    Hello, I have just made the chocolates with the mold you used, I followed the recipe to the letter but unfortunately it was impossible to unmold the chocolates… How did you proceed?

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      Pauline and Angelina

      March 5, 2016

      Hello, Angelina and I made the chocolates together and we sent you the above message because the result was not quite as indicated in your recipe… We are surprised to see that no attention on your part is 'was then brought to our message since February 13 ... We are however a regular visit to your blog ...

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        Lilie bakery

        March 6, 2016

        Hello, she contacted me via Instagram, I replied that you just have to hit the rigid mold hard on the countertop and the chocolates all fall. See you soon.

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    Vegan delights

    December 17, 2018

    Hello, I also have a recipe blog :) I allowed myself to use your recipe and vegetate it (indeed I have been vegan for several years and I really like to reproduce non-vegan recipes at the base). In my article I obviously quote your blog and this wonderful recipe!
    Who would have thought it was so easy to make your own chocolates that look a lot like the ones you can find in stores ^^ so thank you!
    I plan to publish the recipe on Wednesday December 19, in 2 days so :) I hope you like it and I hope that my readers will come and take a look at your blog;)
    Have a nice day and see you soon I hope :)


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