Sunday, March 25, 2012

Chicks dipped in chocolate.

      Yes, you heard correctly people....chicks dipped in chocolate! Dark chocolate to be exact (leftover from the apricot recipe I posted last week). And the chicks are of the sugar coated marshmallow variety! (Was your mind in the gutter AGAIN?!) 
       I actually got the idea for these sinful treats while browsing thru my favorite local candy shop, Marini's. I could have purchased these chocolate drenched peeps but opted to make them at home instead. This allowed me to customize what kind of chocolate to use and cost me a lot less cash because a dozen peeps were only $1.50. I went with a rich dark chocolate for this batch but next time I'd like to try white chocolate instead! If you find the urge to make these at home, here's how:

Magic Ingredients:
- 10 marshmallow peeps
- 1 1/2 cups chocolate chips

Getting started:
-In a microwave safe bowl, melt the chocolate chips in the microwave. Heat the chocolate for 25 seconds, stir, and repeat until all chips are melted. 



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  2. Thank you so much, I just followed back! Very happy t have a new friend!:*

  3. How adorable!! I wish I could eat these (I can't eat marshmallows!)
    Can we dip like everything else in chocolate and devour it instead? :)


  4. These came out good. I like your captions.

  5. love this post and also your blog! It's so nice!!! I follow you!
    Pass to my blog and if it likes you follow me too, I will be so glad :D

  6. love the last two pics :)
    too funny! And a great idea for leftover easter peeps! I'm a new GFC follower :)
    Enter my giveaway!!!

  7. You always have the best ideas for food, girl! Haha, I still remember those monster eggs xD
    Love this recreations of Peeps, which is great since I LOVE those little marshmallow treats already. Haha, thanks for sharing another great recipe!

    Trendy Teal

  8. Great tutorial! You've got a new follower! Hope you'll come check out my blog as well:


  9. great idea!

  10. so cute! xo

  11. Yum! We used to do this as children, very yummy! x


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