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Spira’s distinctive form came from new chocolate extrusion technology. And rumour has it that some Spira customers used to bite the ends of the hollow chocolate ‘straw’ and then use it to drink hot beverages, melting the inside. So wrong it’s right!

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from allrecipes.co.uk

Very easy chocolate truffles

Very easy chocolate truffles OOO New Chrsitmas tradition to go with the usal mince pies and gingerbread and houses and cheese straws!!! YAY Christmas! YAY Chocolate!

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from Hobbycraft Blog

September Make of the Month Entries - Baking Special

I made a chocolate sponge with buttercream and jam filling then added chocolate fingers and smarties and tied 4 straws together coated in melted chocolate and stuck smarties to it then once dry and set pit into centre of cake and attached smartie tube

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Tortoise Supper Club

The Grasshopper Adult Milkshake Grasshopper Cookie, Chocolate Straws, Whipped Cream, Fresh Mint

from Home is Where the Boat Is

Chocolate Chocolate

~Coffee, chilled (so it won’t melt the cup) mixed with a little Bailey’s Irish Cream, (the cream part) ~Whipped cream mixed with a tablespoon of Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur, (the dreamy swirl of white cocoa) ~ Choco Straws from World Market~ chocolate straws  ($4.99 for a box of 18) ~ Chocolate Curls to garnish Sip your coffee underneath the whipped cream layer thru your chocolate straw~ or throw caution to the wind~ shoot your cup then eat your straw & your cup!

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Desserts positioned at the entrance included chocolate mousse in glass flutes with candied orange peel and a chocolate straw.

from allrecipes.co.uk

Very easy chocolate truffles

Very easy chocolate truffles OOO New Chrsitmas tradition to go with the usal mince pies and gingerbread and houses and cheese straws!!! YAY Christmas! YAY Chocolate!

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from eBay

Details about Lot Of 3 Plantation Tins Cocoanut Chocolate Straws Peanut Crunch Vintage Cans

Lot Of 3 Plantation Tins Cocoanut Chocolate Straws Peanut Crunch Vintage Cans