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Spooky spider's web dessert

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This moreish sharing dessert 🕷 is sure to be a fangtastic Halloween centrepiece 🎃 and is so easy to make!


  • 350g Co-op 0% fat Greek style natural yogurt
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp Local Honey - why not try some Lincolnshire honey!
  • 50g Co-op Irresistible Fairtrade 70% cocoa dark chocolate, broken into chunks
  • 10 chocolate honeycomb balls


  1. Line a large baking tray
  2. Mix the yogurt, vanilla and honey until smooth, then spread out on the baking tray to a thickness of abut 5mm. Put in the freezer for 4 hours, or until frozen solid
  3. Melt the chocolate in a bowl over a pan of gently simmering water
  4. Leave to cool a little, then spoon into a piping bag fitted with a 2mm round nozzle
  5. Pipe lines across the bark, fanning out from the middle point of the longest edge
  6. Connect the lines with piped curves of chocolate to create a spider's web effect
  7. Put two honeycomb balls together on different points of the web, and fix with a little melted chocolate
  8. Pipe spider's legs coming off each set
  9. Return to the freezer until firm, then snap into shards and serve immediately

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