These are super cute and easy to make and ideal for kids parties or just as a fun snack after school.


Ingredients (makes 23 Nemo)

  • 1 bag Dried apricots
  • 1 packet Nestle white chocoalte melts
  • Small lollies for eyes

Method

  1. Melt the chocolate in the microwave in bursts until smooth.
  2. For each Nemo you will need 1 apricot cut into thirds and another that's been cut in half
  3. 'Glue' the apricots back together using the white chocolate and then adding a 1/2 apricot for the tail
  4. Finish the Nemo off by adding an eye. Then placing into the fridge for 20 minutes so the chocolate can set.


  • Wow! How creative. I’m not at all creative. These look so cute. Well done

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  • How adorable are these, I wish I knew about how to make these when I had my son’s 2nd Nemo Birthday Party!

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  • These are so cute. Love them! Will give these ones a go.

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  • So cute! Perfect for my grandsons 2nd birthday, he’s a huge Nemo fan

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  • Clever idea – now how do I stop them being eaten before I can dress them up to look like Nemo?
    Thanks for sharing. lol

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  • Very creative, thanks for sharing!

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  • For a party, yes, but after school snack….I don’t have enough time to be that creative on a regular basis

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  • Couldn’t scroll past without saving. Tooooo cute. My guppies will loveeee. ????

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  • so cute!!

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  • wow i like this idea. it is fun and the kids would enjoy helping to make these. the theme is awesome! thanks a lot for sharing your idea

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  • Totally in love with this…great for a themed party!

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  • This is so cute! The kids would love to help make these.

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  • Lovely little party food. Be easy for young ones to make.


    • Thanks everyone! They certainly are a lot of fun to make! (And eat! Lol)

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  • what a cute idea – especially for a birthday party! – thanks so much for sharing

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  • Yes please ..wow these look and sound delicious.
    Thinking you could possibly put two strips on the apricot instead of actually cutting it into three and just glue the tail on as well.
    Thanks so much for this they are awesome.

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