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Belgian Chocolates

Belgian Chocolates

About The Belgian Chocolates Jigaw Puzzle:

"Belgian chocolates" or "chocolate bonbons" are chocolate pieces filled with a soft fondant centre. They were first introduced by Jean Neuhaus II, a Belgian chocolatier, in 1912. There have always been many forms and shapes in Belgian pralines. They nearly always contain a hard chocolate shell with a softer filling. The filling can be butter, liquor, nuts, marzipan, or even a different kind of chocolate. They are usually wrapped as a gift. Today, Belgian pralines are still very popular in Belgium, as well as in other countries.
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