Fill an ice tray with melted chocolate, put berries in & freeze them. Such a good idea!

put strawberries in an ice cube tray, add your favorite chocolate, viola! put strawberries in an ice cube tray, add your favorite chocolate, viola!

Skinny Chunky Monkey Cookies- no eggs, flour, or sugar, but they taste amazing! And at less than 50 calories a cookie

Skinny Chunky Monkey Cookies

They don't exactly taste amazing. I added two Tbs. of sugar and they are still healthy-tasting. Skinny Chunky Monkey Cookies- no eggs, flour, or sugar, but they taste amazing! And at less than 50 calories a cookie, you can eat quite a few of them.

How to MOLD CHOCOLATE using BROWN SUGAR and ANY OBJECT! . So cool!

Brown Sugar Casted Chocolates Brown sugar is the perfect medium for casting poured chocolate in a homemade mold. Press any convex object of choice firmly into packed brown sugar, pour melted chocolate chips into the mold and wait for it to set up.

how to make chocolate bowls without the balloon. (possibly safer from chemicals on balloons)

Chocolate Cups - paint several layers of chocolate onto the sides & bottom of cupcake liners and put them in the freezer to harden. Once they are done, peel the paper off and you have delicious dessert cups that you can use with any filling

Delicious Fantasy Fudge. This was my mother's fudge recipe when I was growing up!  She added pecans.  It's a 5 star recipe!!

pinner says: Mackinac Island Fudge Recipe. OMG this is my new Christmas fudge. FYI I recommend parchment paper over the buttered pan. Easier to deal with.

Mary Berry's rich, indulgent dessert is fit for a celebration and makes a stunning centrepiece

Celebration chocolate mousse cake

Peanut Butter Balls, always a Christmas must :)

Peanut Butter Balls

Peanut Butter Buckeye Balls: powdered sugar, butter, peanut butter, chocolate chips, and paraffin wax.

Made this for the first time last Christmas-it will now be the first thing I make each season! Everyone RAVED about it and it was super easy! Trisha Yearwood's Crock-Pot chocolate candy

Good Food from Trisha Yearwood

Made this for the first time last Christmas-it will now be the first thing I make each season! Everyone RAVED about it and it was super easy! Trisha Yearwood's Crock-Pot chocolate candy SUb almonds or cashews for peanuts


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