Look at THIS!!!!
Could you just die?!? I could - and I'd die happy!!
I found this recipe on The Farm Chicks' blog and I smiled.
I might have even giggled... just a bit. :)
I couldn't post it here fast enough.
So break out your "anything" and get it chocolate dipped! Then call a friend or your sweet kids or your even sweeter hubby/wife and SHARE. Mmmmmmm!!!
The Farm Chicks' "Chocolate Dipped Anything"
It's always good to have a back-up dessert option for those times friends stop by or you just want to create a wonderful treat in no time flat. Chocolate Dipped Anything is a favorite of mine. I know, I had you at chocolate, right? And to make it even better, why not sprinkle it up? With sprinkles, of course.
Here's all you need:
Fruit or cookies for dipping
Combine chocolate chips and oil together in a small vessel such as a small measuring cup or bowl. (Something that is a bit more narrow than a standard cereal bowl, yet large enough for you to dip into, as this makes the chocolate go further). I use about 1/2 teaspoon of oil to 1 cup of chocolate chips.
Microwave at 30 second intervals, stirring after each, until oil and chocolate are combined and the mixture is melted and smooth.
Dip fruit/cookies into the chocolate, followed by a dip into a bowl of sprinkles (you can skip the sprinkles if you'd prefer) and place onto a sheet of tin foil or waxed paper.
Allow to sit and harden (you can speed this up by placing them in the fridge for about 15 minutes). Once chocolate has set, transfer to a serving platter and serve.
I like to do serve a mixture of dipped, un-dipped, some sprinkled, and some not, so there are choices for everyone's tastes.
Tiny bunches of grapes are a favorite of mine for dipping, and are an unexpected twist to the traditional strawberry.
I prefer to use semi-sweet chocolate chips, but milk chocolate and white chocolate are delicious too.
Make sure fruit is completely dry before dipping. Water and chocolate don't mix, and the water will make the chocolate become instantly lumpy and unusable.
I always keep large jars of different sprinkles on hand.
Everything below the recipe title & the gorgeous picture at the beginning come directly from The Farm Chicks
The silly rambling above the recipe title - all me.