Easter chocolate – how to properly melt chocolate

As I have mentioned before, this year I will re-post a few recipes I have already done before – but make them better. The same goes for this home made luxury chocolate. After having done my last recipe a few times I started reading up on how to properly melt chocolate. As weird as that sounds – it actually makes a big difference. So here: a new way of doing this with easy step by step instructions. How fitting not that it is Easter!

chocolate broken into pieces

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Fruit pops anyone?

The description “cake pop” came into my vocabulary only a year ago or so. I think you are supposed to bake a cake only to destroy it again and then dip mashed up little balls of it into chocolate. Seriously? We can do better then that – can’t we? On Christmas markets here in this region it’s common with fruit dipped in chocolate – so that inspired me to make “fruit pops”. Let’s just say – the kids were over the moon!!

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Chocolate treats in the food pyramid

Feed up with Christmas shopping? Having cravings and feel like a treat? If you have butter, flaxseeds, shredded coconut, raisins, cacao and possibly vanilla at home – then, here’s a quick and easy recipe for chocolate sweets that requires no (oven) baking. And… – here’s a picture of my favorite food pyramid :-)

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All Natural (and quick!) Christmas Sweets

Christmas is coming closer and the shops are full of sweet temptations. I’m thinking we need something to treat ourselves with, without going totally overboard! These sweets are filled with intense Christmas flavors, takes less then 10 minutes to make, and they fit a healthy lifestyle. – There’s really no excuse not to make them…

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