Mexican Day of the Dead chocolate skulls
Source: Museum Victoria
Each year on November 1 and 2 in Mexico, children and adults buy or create chocolate, sugar, clay or papier-mâché skulls to commemorate family and friends who have passed away. Mounds of colourful skulls are sold in markets, embellished with icing, paint, foil and sequins.
Workshop is supported by Puratos and Belcolade the Real Belgian Chocolate.
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