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Edible Golden Snitch

Edible Golden Snitch

Whether you prefer delectable truffles or delightful cake pops, these wizarding treats will cast a spell on your taste buds! Indulge in the Golden Snitch and bring a touch of Hogwarts to your dessert table.

Tools and Ingredients:

⚡ Plain truffles or cake pops

Dark or milk chocolate

White chocolate

Lustre dust or edible glitter

⚡ Baking paper

Piping bags

⚡ Optional: Rolkem quick dry essence or clear alcohol (like vodka) 



  1. Draw wings for your golden snitch on baking paper. Turn over and tape tape to the bench.
  2. Melt white chocolate and add to a piping bag, then pipe out the wings following your pattern. Leave extra white chocolate aside for attaching to the snitch ball later.
  3. Melt dark or milk chocolate in a microwave safe bowl according to package instructions. Stir until smooth and completely melted.
  4. Dip each truffle into the melted chocolate using a fork or dipping tools, ensuring they are fully coated. Allow any excess chocolate to drip off before placing them onto baking paper.
  5. Once the chocolate is set mix edible gold lustre dust with a small amount of the rolkem quick dry essence or clear alcohol to create a paint-like consistency. Use a food-safe paintbrush to lightly brush the mixture over the chocolate to create a shimmering effect. Alternatively coat in edible glitter.
  6. Again melt a very small amount of white chocolate and pipe a small amount either side of the truffle ball. Insert your wings and hold for a minute until they are secure.
  7. Enjoy!

In the enchanting world of Harry Potter, the Golden Snitch represents the ultimate victory and the embodiment of magic itself. Now, you can bring this symbol of wonder to life on your dessert table with these show-stopping Edible Golden Snitches. Easily adapted for truffles or cake pops, these tasty treats will suit every age group! For further inspiration on party treats, take a look at our blog posts on Making Perfect Cake Pops, How to Make Meringue Pops and How to Make Candy Bark.

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