Friday

Dipped in Chocolate!

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~Get a little better look at that cookie! (Click-here)

You can use any one of your favorite recipes, but to remember to dip them in chocolate (and how to prepare the chocolate) is what this post is all about!
(By-the-way: This particular cookie was peanut...(firm around the edges, but softer in the middle) ...But, you can use your favorite type.

Preparing the Chocolate
(Use your favorite type: Dark choc; white, milk choc; etc.)
~Start out using 4- 1/2 oz (125 g) milk chocolate.

Melt on a stove
Break chocolate into small, equal-size pieces and put into heatproof bowl.

Place the bowl over a pan of hot simmering water, making sure the bottom of the bowl does not come into contact with the water.

Once the chocolate starts to melt, stir gently until smooth, then remove from the heat.

Note: Do not melt chocolate over direct heat (unless melting with other ingredients-in this case, keep the heat very low!)

~If using Dark chocolate; melting time: High for 2 minutes.
~If using white or milk chocolate; medium for 2-3 minutes.

"This quantity of chocolate will make 20 cookies"... (Unless, of course, you've already walked around the kitchen to see what all you can dip!)... (^__^)

"Ah-ha! Here's some nice tender dried fruit!
(Actually... it's important to organize before you heat chocolate.)
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~Yummy!...View larger!!!(click-here)

Be creative!

Tip 1: Dark chocolate will keep for 4 weeks..
Tip 2: White will keep for 2 weeks...

...Amy at: Prochien Amy!
hosts: The Carnival of the Recipes #77!
It's All Chocolate!!!!

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