When it comes to desserts, chocolates, and candies though, oftentimes they come out tasting great but not looking quite like the photos. Unless you’re a trained chocolate maker or baker, what seemed like a cute homemade project can quickly wind up “messy disaster” gone wrong.”
This recipe for filled chocolates, though, doesn’t take years of practice, tons of creativity, or even a whole lot of hand eye coordination or skill, and will leave you with a beautiful and tasty product every time.
Don’t forget about using Fresh Fruit if you plan to eat soon:
Seedless Grapes (red & green)
Mandarin orange segments
Shredded Orange peels
Honeydew (melon balls)
You will be amazed when you try this recipe. These filled chocolates will look and taste like you paid way too much for them at a fancy chocolate store. And they will cost a couple bucks to make, and take less than two hours!
Whether you’re cooking for a party at home, for holiday gift giving, or just for a tasty midweek snack or dessert, whoever you share these ice cube tray chocolates with will be impressed.
You will never go shopping for bon bons again once you realize just how easy they are to make at home, with not much more than chocolate, you filling of choice, an ice cube tray, and a freezer.
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