How to Make Chocolate Treats

Friday, February 13, 2009

Chocolate treats are fun to make and very good to eat!

First get a double boiler, chocolate (any kind), and sprinkles. Put the sprinkles in a bowl.
Melt the chocolate in the double boiler until it is soft, no chunks, and remember not to burn it.
Wait until the chocolate is melting, pour sprinkles into a bowl so there is enough to cover up all of the bottom.
When the chocolate is done pour the warm melted chocolate on top of the sprinkles that are in the bowl.
Wait until the chocolate has cooled, you may put it in the fridge, then take the treat out of the bowl.
The sprinkles should be on top of the chocolate, then you enjoy it!

When cooling chocolate, do not put it in the freezer.


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