Friday, February 15, 2013

Chocolate Hearts

I am a true woman.  I love chocolate!  Valentine's Day is a perfect opportunity to get in touch with your sweet-tooth side.

So I pulled out my heart mold from the dollar store, some white chocolate almond bark, and got started.

I heated 2 large pieces of the almond bark in a microwave safe bowl for 90 seconds, then 15 seconds, and then if it still isn't smooth enough an additional 15 seconds.

I poured the chocolate into a Ziplock bag, cut out a corner, and squirted the chocolate into my clean mold.

I put the chocolates in the fridge until they hardened.  Then I popped them out and shared them with the kids.

Goofy downed her chocolate.

Princess and her cousin (we will call her Twin) loved them as well.

The heart chocolates were fun, quick, and tasty.

You could also use these molds for so many things: ice cubes, jell-O, or frozen yogurt with fruit.  Find some molds and tell me what you make with them.

More Valentine's Fun:
Valentine's Heart Countdown
Pink Milk

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