How do you cut up a thick bittersweet chocolate bar (the good stuff!) without reducing much of it to tiny shards?
Question by mole1 9 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
The rise and rise and eventual lawsuit over Scrabulous has shown that people love their Scrabble. Now you can even eat it with this decidedly unofficial Scrabble chocolate bar. They seem to be out of stock, but if they do come back, try and get them before Hasbro's lawyers do. link
Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I have been trying to eliminate the heavily processed foods in my fridge, but one thing I keep buying is Hershey's chocolate syrup, full of high fructose corn syrup. I'm looking for an easy chocolate syrup I can mix up and store in the fridge for emergency chocolate milk consumption (i'm preggo, forgive the cravings)
Question by PixyMcCrafty 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Valentines is coming up fast and the tootsie rolls don't taste as rich as RIESEN chocolates... I personally believe RIESEN chocolates are the worlds best chewy chocolates ever and was hoping someone could do a step by step on how to make them.
Question by Julianne fights Dragons! 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I want to make home-made chocolate kisses with my boyfriend. But I cant find any recipes! I'm up for making any chocolate with my boyfriend. I just really want to do something different and unique. Thanks for any help -Lexy
Question by WhyHello 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I've been making chocolate lava cakes and they start to get boring after a while. I'm going to try to bake soft cookies now to see if I can find a cookie recipe with a soft cookie texture so does anybody know any things where instead of just pure chocolate I can make a cookie crusting for the chocolate lava cakes? Just a small amount to press against the sides and bottom. Usually serve it with vanilla ice-cream.
Topic by rexdino5 8 years ago
I love their chocolate sauce yet I cannot find out what they use. Alot of copycat recipes say hersey's syrup but it does not taste like that to me.
Question by jilldufresne 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I want to give them as gifts for the holidays, they will be hand delivered, if I make it the night before giving them, how can i prevent the chocolate covered fruit from sweating or melting during the day.
Question by adorado 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I recently made cookies that featured white chocolate chips, and they turned out better than I thought they would! That led to me doing some looking online for white chocolate recipes. Using it to decorate has been done... what interesting recipes do YOU have in your culinary arsenal that use white chocolate? I am in the mood to try something new, and I have a bag of white chocolate chips that need using!
Topic by Little Mom on the Prairie 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hi All, My sister is making a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory project for school, and I want to make a real flowing chocolate river. I understand it would be very difficult to do this with real chocolate, so I was thinking I could use chocolate milk. Anyone have any idea on how I could do this? Maybe something with a little tank underneath and a water pump in it or something. The box we are creating this is is a plastic shoebox, but only half of it can be used for the river. Any help is appreciated! Adam
Question by Adambowker98 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I make chocolate art pieces and I am looking for a way to mount one on a wall. I put a couple of the pieces in an art show into plexiglass frames but they had to sit tabletop. Maybe encased in resin, but I would need a cold resin so as not to melt the chocolate. Below is a photo of some of my chocolate art I would like to preserve/encase and mount on the wall but I really don't know how! This photo looks wall-mounted but again, it was shot tabletop.
Question by straightouttachocolate 8 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I have a chocolate fountain, but I haven't used it in a long time (two years). It's really hard to wash, which is the main reason I haven't used it. Is there anything I can do with it? Maby make it easyer to clean somehow?
Topic by Spl1nt3rC3ll 11 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Can anyone recommend a good chocolate cake recipe (not coco) which doesn't sink? I find mud cake recipes using coco powder bake up beautifully, but the taste of the coco lingers on. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanking you all in advance.
Question by rhonashill 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I used simple thick cream and went just by ur recipe excluding liquor. but it is not like it is supposed to be. what should i do?
Question by Namrah Asif 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hi, I'm trying to recreate the girl scout cookie called "All Abouts" They were discontinued some time ago. I'm sure the cookie bit is a form of short bread but I'm not sure what kind of chocolate or fudge to use or even how to apply it on to the cookie like the image I attached. It doesn't need to be 0 trans fat like the image. Any help would be appreciated, thank you so much.
Topic by Travpena 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Women in the UK are wanted to eat chocolate for a year to test whether it reduces the risk of heart problemsKitewife? Oh, Kitewife?...you live in the UK, right?Edit:Oh, wait...I just read it again...you have to be postmenopausal and have type 2 diabetes...oh well...
Topic by Lithium Rain 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
My daughter has a gluten allergy and i haven't found a good tasting replacement for chocolate chip cookies.
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Topic by fungus amungus 9 years ago
I have just been inspired by the Peanut Butter Cup recipes, to make some for my family.. but I decided, that since some people have nut allergies, I would make some filled with Lemon Curd... a little odd, but it works... they are cooling at the moment.. but I had a sneaky taste of one! but I ran out of Lemon Curd (only had 3 teaspoons of it!) so I rumaged in the freezer, and found some frozen raspberries from last years harvest! basically I crushed 3 into each muffin paper, and covered in molten chocolate... I think these are even nicer... (instructable being written.. will have to photograph batch 2!!) Has anybody got any other interesting chocolate recipes?? I was thinking maybe some crackling sherbet to go on top.... Will (AKA IllegalFun)
Topic by IllegalFun 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Ok, I have tried and tried and I need some assistance from the Instructable community. My favorite brownies in the world are Ghirardelli's Triple Chocolate Brownie mix. It's a delicious chocolatey blend with 3 different chocolate chips inside (semisweet, milk and bittersweet/dark). The batch comes dry and you add 1/3 oil, 1/3 cup water (though I use coffee), and 1 egg for a 8x8 pan of brownies. My issue is I want to figure out how to make these from scratch. As much as I love them, I'm a scratch kind of girl and I just don't feel like I can call a recipe mine if I'm using a box mix. There's tons of brownie recipes online but none that seem similar. I figured out that the dry mix must obviously have their cocoa powder in it, but I can't find a recipe that has you add egg, oil and water to a dry mix. Many of the recipes I found have you melt one of the chocolates into your chocolate batter, rather than use cocoa powder, but I don't think Ghirardelli does that, unless I'm wrong. And if they did, how would it come as a dry mix? Others might have used powder but then they call for a lot of butter instead just a 1/3 cup of oil. Are there any brownie experts who can figure this one out for me?
Topic by Rahkitty 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
What kind of details can i give her
It's April 5 and I was hoping to show my instructable off tomorrow. Will it be officially published by tomorrow afternoon, 130 EST? Thanks.
Question by LeslieLouie 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
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Topic by randofo 9 years ago
Can you find a recipe that is similar to the "chocolate Stuff" on the menu at Barbara Jean's Restaurant in St. Simon Island, Georgia?
Anyways I ran into one of my highschool friends on myspace. We dated once in college, we both went to two different schools, (6 years ago) and pretty much went our separate ways. Anyways i asked her out on a date to the movies on 13 FEB and she said sure. My question is I can get chocolate real cheep from work (at cost) should I give her a box of chocolate or will that be too romantic. Valentines day is on the 14th and I dont want to be too romantic, incase she turned into a psycho. What would be an appropriate gift (if any) to give someone that you havent seen in 6 years.?
Topic by thematthatter 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I have been searching Jello molds, and I have seen hands, faces, breast, "chocolate breast", how ever I want to do my entire body. how could I do this and if so, how much would it cost ? ( not in chocolate )
Question by knuckel 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
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Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago
I would like to find a flavorful dipped spoon recipe for Christmas gift giving. I have seen the chocolate dipped spoons (with only chocolate and a sprinkling of mint candy or nuts). I would prefer something with a bit more flavor. I would add an extract (rum, orange, vanilla, etc.) but I think the chocolate has to harden and adding anything may prevent this from happening. Any ideas?
Question by mingo26 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hello I was wondering if anyone was interested in buying the molds I created to make the cast and carve chocolates in my instructable. https://www.instructables.com/id/Carve-an-cast-chocolate-treets/ It means you don't have to go through the pesky business of carving or making our own molds to end up with some fun chocolates.. or you could use something like plaster and end up with some nice casts.
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Question by NebulaIX 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Ok, I just made some hot chocolate, the usual 90 seconds in a microwave, narrow mug, powder and soy milk with a sprinkle of nutmeg..... drank it felt no different......but it appears that apparently it was too hot without me even realising it, and I should know because I drink hot chocolate with a spoon. My lips, roof of my mouth, gums and tounge are swelling sore and blistering. Great! Do you know what the best cure is? Whiskey, I'm sat in the living room drinking whiskey to cool the burns in my mouth, it doesnt hurt so much now but my god my lips are swelling like a mongoose fish. Who needs botocs? I have alot of food allergies too which doesn't help. Do any of you guys have food allergies and how do you cope with them, tips appreciated :)
Topic by Zion_Sphere 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
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Topic by Biggsy 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago