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November 5, 2012

Chocolate SALAMI

Here is another homemade edible gift idea!  Chocolate Salami is a favorite among young and old {and all the in-betweeners ...} It is also highly priced in store - not really something a person would buy for themselves.

Well, with this recipe, you can make 2 logs - one for yourself and one as a gift !

I have sliced and eaten one of the logs so you can see all the goodies inside and the second log I wrapped as a gift - very Christmassy, don't you think?

If you want to make some to give as gifts, wrap the logs in baking paper first and then add whatever you like.  I packed mine in a double layer of baking paper, twisted the ends, added some ribbon to secure and lastly I added some gold tissue paper with punched-out shapes.  The wrapping possibilities are endless.

Chocolate SALAMI

makes 2 logs

200g Shortbread biscuits, roughly chopped
1/3 cup Dried Cranberries
50g Pecan Nuts, chopped
1/2 can (of a 397g) Sweetened Condensed Milk
80g Dark Chocolate of a good quality
50g Butter

1.) Mix the Shortbread biscuits, Cranberries and Pecan Nuts in a medium bowl.
2.) Heat the Condensed Milk, Dark Chocolate and Butter over low/medium heat until melted.
3.) Pour the Chocolate mixture over the Shortbread mixture - stir to combine well.
4.) Divide the mixture in half  - place each half on a baking sheet and roll up to form a log - chill until firm.

When firm, slice and enjoy or wrap as a gift !

Keep refrigerated.

For a chocolate lover, this is perfect on it's own or you can add a bottle of chocolate syrup/liqueur, chocolate spread or small chocolate truffles.

Bye-bye now,

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  1. This looks wonderful! I have never heard of a chocolate salami and I think I would like to try it!

  2. I saw this on the blog hop at Pamela's Heavenly Treats; and I just had to click to see the recipe. Yummo...this makes a terrific hostess gift!

  3. I had to check out chocolate salami, very cool.
    I saw you on Heavenly Sunday. Thanks for sharing. I might be no-reply blogger. I am trying to figure out how to change that.

  4. What a fun idea! I have never even heard of Chocolate Salami but now I want one. :)

  5. That's a new slant on salami. I like this flavour much better!!

  6. so funny the name sort of sounds gross, right? But it actually sounds yummy!

  7. This looks so good and what a great gift. Thanks for sharing at "I Gotta Try That Monday"

  8. This looks so fun! I'd love for you to share this at Tuesday's Table for the Holidays -

  9. Only YOU.....could make chocolate salami!! I love it!!

  10. What a hoot! My Italian family would love this. Thanks for sharing it on foodie friday.

  11. Hi Linda,
    What a great treat! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  12. Wow, I've never heard of chocolate salami! I would love to try this. Thanks for introducing me to something new, and for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent.

  13. Can't wait to try this recipe, too! I shared it on Facebook last week and pinned it! I may try this on a Christmas tray for Brian's co-workers :)

  14. I have made homemade pecan logs, but these are a fun twist. Thanks for sharing the recipe with Share Your Cup.

  15. I have never heard of chocolate salami before. Sounds amazing! Thanks for partying with us this weekend!

  16. Chocolate + Salami. This would get my hubby's attention, but he's picky on nuts and won't try cranberries. I have to be creative! Thanks for linking this up.

  17. That looks dangerously good! I'd probably eat it all before I got around to giving it to anyone as gift, lol. Thanks so much for sharing at Sweet Saturday :)

  18. Ooh yum, that looks great! Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

  19. Yummy :)
    Thanks for sharing on Tutorial Thursdays, much appreciated.

  20. Hey Linda - Chocolate is my kind of salami! lol!
    Thanks so much for linking up and linking back last week at the Humble Brag! Even though its Black Friday, hope to see you back tomorrow to link up more great projects. Don't forget, we will be giving away more free ad space! :)

  21. I bet this is delicious! Thank you for linking up at Doodles & Stitches :)

  22. This looks so good! Thank you for sharing at MightyCrafty Mondays!


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