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Coconut Bonbons

Coconut and chocolate combined together could never go wrong – these lovely little balls of joy have proven it! :)

Did you know the name bon bons stems from the French word “bon”, which means “good”. 295 more words



This post should be pretty fun, I’ll be talking about candy, snacks, bon bon, and tangal. All essentially meaning the same thing of something sweet or savory that’s empty in nutritional value. 713 more words


Caramel and sea salt cookie dough bonbons

For this blog post, I have a bit of a story to write before I get to the actual recipe part. You see, today’s recipe came to me in a rather special way. 1,018 more words

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Blan-Manzhe with the Taste of Pear and Cream in Lunch Ticket

“Her husband had said of the last bonbon, “These are not bad.” So, Victoria saved the green wrapper with the drawing of pears and a few weeks later, back at the Russian grocery, showed it to the cashier. 24 more words

Bonbons and Meringues

… or “that time when I jumped around the kitchen with glee”. But that’s a bit too long for a title, isn’t it?

Basically, this post is me bragging about making pretty things, because  638 more words


10 Facts About Sugus: A Popular Candy with Swiss Roots

My American children have been enjoying Sugus for several years now. They often receive them as part of a gift bag when they leave a birthday party. 454 more words

Swiss Food

Easter Chocolate Bonbons

Thermomix® time: 3 min
Total time: 40 min


  • 250 g chocolate, 45% cacao min.
  • For the filling: dried fruits, candied fruits, jam, liquor, white chocolate, more at your taste…
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