It's summer time, guys! That means bring on all the frozen treats, right? These popsicles are just that but with the added bonus of being EASY to make as well as pretty darn healthy.
Click here for this recipe: http://abeautifulmess.com/2016/07/banana-coconut-and-chia-popsicles.html
Ice cream sandwiches are great, but when you dip them in chocolate and roll them through toppings, well, they make me so happy I could cry. Despite how casual these might seem, they can actually look quite sleek and trendy lined up on a nice platter, making them work nicely in a dinner party setting.
Find this recipe here: http://www.today.com/recipes/chocolate-dipped-vegan-ice-cream-sandwiches-recipe-t109734
15 minutes to heaven! So easy to make!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.bhg.com/recipe/candy/candy-bar-fudge/#page=1
These are so easy to make and so easy to eat! Cookies and Cream in truffle form. Divine!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.food.com/recipe/oreo-truffles-87967
I’m only mildly horrified that I’m telling you to dip fruit in chocolate and then calling it a “recipe.”
But I say “mildly,” because these are so darn good and if you’re not doing this already, you must must must. These may take over chocolate covered strawberries as my favorite “healthy dessert.”
You know. When there’s fruit… there’s health.
Click here for this "recipe": http://www.howsweeteats.com/2014/12/embarrassingly-easy-chocolate-covered-grape-skewers/#more-40773
Through your acute powers of observation, you may have noticed that this recipe is for toasted hazelnut nougat. Those of you with acute psychic powers as well will know that this was meant to be a post on orange honey nougat.
Here's what happened: Butchie and I were in the process of making nougat when I realized that somehow I was out of the powdered sugar that our recipe called for. I was also out of confectioners sugar, and castor sugar, and basically all the forms of sugar I would reasonably replace powdered sugar with. I just had plain old white sugar. But nougat is a whipped sugar syrup, right? The texture of the sugar shouldn't make all that much of a difference once it's dissolved, right? Hint: this is where you should start laughing.
See what happens next and find the recipe here: http://www.cherryteacakes.com/2011/03/toasted-hazelnut-nougat.html
Again, as promised I am posting a chocolate candy making class here once a month! This class is all about making homemade chocolate candy, truffles, ganache, etc. You are going to love it!
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Wow, I can’t believe Memorial Day is upon us already. It seems like just yesterday it was Christmas! If you’re new to The Pink Flour, you may not know yet that I love Oreos…especially chocolate dipped ones. So I thought up this fun (and EASY!) way to make them patriotic – perfect for Memorial Day or 4th of July.
Click here for this recipe: http://thepinkflour.com/2013/05/chocolate-dipped-oreo-american-flag.html
I love cherries and chocolate - to me this combo is irresistible! I don’t care if it is with milk, dark or white chocolate - I love them all!! And, I always temper my chocolate, it just looks and tastes better!!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.bhg.com/recipe/white-chocolate-cherry-nut-clusters/
This is officially one of our new favorite things to make. These Springtime Marshmallow Wands are so easy to make, taste delicious, and most importantly can be decorated to fit any holiday or occasion. Whether you want to use sprinkles, candy, or candy melts these marshmallow wands will be the hit of your party. I prefer to temper my chocolate, you will too!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.twosisterscrafting.com/springtime-marshmallow-wands/
Now here's a great cookie that your kids will love! Who doesn't love an oreo dipped in chocolate?
Click here for this recipe: http://www.food.com/recipe/cow-spot-cookies-217169
Store bought marshmallows don’t do it for me anymore and my family goes crazy over the homemade ones. Especially when dipped in chocolate. And now flavored with champagne. And covered in citrusy, adorable pink sugar.
And they are so super simple. You can make them ahead of time and have them ready to go for parties, packaged treats, edible gifts and airplane snacks. Dip in chocolate, serve with champagne and more potato chips. Sweet and salty.
Find this recipe here: http://www.howsweeteats.com/2016/02/chocolate-dipped-mini-champagne-marshmallows-with-blood-orange-sugar/
We’re talking about life-changing cake, with whole milk yogurt for moisture and espresso powder for depth, cream cheese chocolate frosting (CHALLENGE ME, I DARE YOU) for the layers, and a chocolate chip exterior that gets pressed into the frosted cake by way of a little regular-people-make-fancy-cakes hack involving cardboard. No, I’m serious. CARDBOARD. We take our cake-ing very seriously, aka not very seriously at all.
This is the coolest.
Find this recipe & video here: http://pinchofyum.com/blackout-chocolate-cake
These coconut macaroons are light, chewy, and dipped in chocolate. They’re always a crowd favorite and incredibly easy to make!
Find this recipe here: http://www.browneyedbaker.com/chocolate-dipped-coconut-macaroons/
We have decided to start sharing with you some online chocolate making classes! Discover the secrets to whipping up decadent fudge, homemade candy bars and more amazing treats, all in your very own kitchen and all to rave reviews!
We will be posting a link monthly, so watch for them!
Our first link is a class called "How to Make Candy Bars". Turn what you learn in this class into delicious traditions for years to come! Join cookbook author and candy-making expert Elizabeth LaBau as she shares her tried-and-true techniques for delectable homemade candy.
First, learn Elizabeth's foolproof methods for perfectly tempering chocolate for quick bars and clusters. Then, create ganache for tasty truffles and whip up your best caramel yet. Did you ever think you would make your own marshmallows? It's easy with Elizabeth's simple techniques for fluffy marshmallow pops, mini-marshmallows and the perfect s'mores. Plus, master peanut butter cups from scratch, take the fear out of making classic fudge and create homemade candy bars your loved ones won't be able to get enough of.
Find this class here: http://bit.ly/HomemadeChocolateCandy
The only thing my mother ever asked me to bring home from the bakery where I worked in high school where almond horn cookies, or Mandelhörnchen, probably no surprise as we are a family of established marzipan fiends, most especially when dark chocolate is also involved. Chewy at the center with crunchy edges, the best ones are dipped in chocolate and while I have yet to see them also with rainbow sprinkles, I say there’s no time like the present to make this a Thing.
Click here for this recipe: https://smittenkitchen.com/2017/04/almond-horn-cookies/