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These gourmet-inspired bites of 2-ingredient fudgy chocolate are also pretty snowflakes that are perfect for Christmas.MORE+LESS-

Updated September 20, 2016

1

(12 oz.) bag white chocolate chips

1

(12 oz.) tub Betty Crocker™ Fluffy White Frosting

Special equipment: 24-cavity silicone candy mold

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    Spoon sprinkles into the bottom of each cavity in the silicone mold.

  • 2

    Place chocolate chips in a large, microwave-safe bowl. Microwave in 30 second bursts, stirring between until smooth.

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    Mixture should not be hot. Quickly stir in frosting until completely incorporated. Press scoops of chocolate mixture into mold. Refrigerate until cool, about 30-60 minutes.

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    Just before serving, gently peel mold from the edges of each chocolate, then press to remove chocolate from mold.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories
160
Calories from Fat
80
% Daily Value
Total Fat
8g
13%
Saturated Fat
6g
29%
Trans Fat
0g
Cholesterol
0mg
0%
Sodium
50mg
2%
Potassium
65mg
2%
Total Carbohydrate
19g
6%
Dietary Fiber
0g
0%
Sugars
18g
Protein
1g
Vitamin A
0%
0%
Vitamin C
0%
0%
Calcium
4%
4%
Iron
0%
0%
Exchanges:

1/2 Starch; 0 Fruit; 1 Other Carbohydrate; 0 Skim Milk; 0 Low-Fat Milk; 0 Milk; 0 Vegetable; 0 Very Lean Meat; 0 Lean Meat; 0 High-Fat Meat; 1 1/2 Fat;

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

More About This Recipe

  • When it comes to Christmas treat-making, I’m kind of a scrooge-y curmudgeon. Oh, sure, it’s wonderful to share beautiful plates of homemade treats with friends and neighbors. But actually making such a festive variety can be such a painstaking pain in the face. It takes time. It takes money. It requires you to swap a night of Netflix™ for an afternoon of somuchkitchencleaning.

    See? Scrooge-y grinchtown.

    Except—I figured out how to make easy homemade treats! And all you need is just two ingredients. And one pretty snowflake mold. And one and a half minutes of happy zapping in the microwave. Seriously, this recipe may have gone and saved Christmas.

    Shall we get gourmaking? First, you’ll want to grab a snowflake-shaped silicone mold online (around $10). And you can use them for making everything from homemade gummies to boozy jelly shots.

    Fill the bottom of your mold with pretty blue sprinkles. Don’t overfill! A thin layer on the bottom of the mold makes for pretty, crisp-looking chocolates.

    If you’re having a hard time hunting down holiday-colored sprinkles, hit the cake-making aisle of the craft store for a nice selection of colored nonpareils.

    Now, grab a bowl and fill it with white chocolate chips. Microwave in 30 second bursts, stirring between. As soon as the chocolate is smooth, quickly stir in a tub of Betty Crocker™ frosting until well mixed. It will thicken and become the texture of playdough.

    Working quickly, grab small scoops of the chocolate mixture and press into the mold, filling each cavity to the top.

    The chocolate mixture will stay soft enough to form each of the candies. Once you’ve filled the mold, place it on a small baking sheet and refrigerate for 30-60 minutes. Once fully chilled, gently peel the mold away from the chocolates and they’re ready to share!

    These fudgy little bites are perfect for Christmas cookie plates, holiday dessert tables and parties with a chilly, frozen theme.

    Plus, they’re the most foolproof way ever to turn a scrooge-y Grinch into a homemade-treat-making wonder human.

    Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen, where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!


Snowflake Crisp Liziqi Recipes

Every holiday, my family will prepare some snacks and candies, which is also one of the reasons why children look forward to the holiday. For children, the most happy thing for children is that they can eat a lot of sugar.

Speaking of snacks, snowflake crisp is a must-have dessert. It is not only easy to make, but also popular among adults and children. It is also a must-have for friends and relatives. There are marshmallow versions and boiled sugar versions. To cater to the majority of beginners, making the marshmallow version at home is still the easiest and most successful. Although simple, but the choice of ingredients, marshmallow boiling temperature should be paid attention to, in order to make a soft, waxy, creamy snowflake crisp.

Today I will share with you the recipe of this snack inspired by Liziqi. It is simple and fast. You can make a lot in 20 minutes.


There are exactly twenty four days left until Christmas! Are you freaking out yet? Since it’s December first I decided to start the month with a fun memory and giveaway. Let’s jump right into the spirit of things shall we?

If you’ve been stopping by for at least a year, you might remember these.

I had to redo them. Well, I didn’t have to but I really wanted to! They’re way too cute and fun to pass up making. I think they’ll become a yearly tradition. The girls were dying to grab them and take a bite.

Since making them last year I’ve had many comments asking about the mold – where did I find it? It’s a regional store but unfortunately they only carried that mold last year! I checked this year. I was sad. I wanted to buy some to give to some lucky readers – you! Apparently the stars were aligned because on another trip back I happened upon one lonely blue snowflake mold sitting with the loads of green trees and red gingerbread men. One! I snatched it up so fast. There was no letting that sucker go.


Snowflake DIY Recipes

Likely because of the longer time that winter lasts in New Horizons, meaning longer availability for snowflakes, there are many recipes that can be found and crafted. Below is a complete list of winter season recipes that require snowflakes.

  • Frozen Bed: (1) large snowflake, (10) snowflakes
  • Frozen partition: (1) large snowflake, (6) snowflakes
  • Frozen Sculpture: (1) large snowflake, (4) snowflakes
  • Ice Wand: (1) large snowflake, (3) star fragments
  • Snowflake Wreath: (4) snowflakes
  • Iceberg Wall: (10) snowflakes
  • Snowflake Wallpaper: (12) snowflakes
  • Ski-slope Flooring: (8) snowflakes
  • 3 Tier Snowman: (1) large snowflake, (6) snowflakes, (2) tree branches
  • Drifting Ice Flooring: (10) snowflakes
  • Ice Arch: (1) large snowflake, (10) snowflakes
  • Ice Candy: (1) large snowflake, (1) snowflake
  • Ice Chair: (1) large snowflake, (3) snowflakes
  • Ice Counter: (1) large snowflake, (5) snowflakes
  • Ice Flooring: (1) large snowflake, (8) snowflakes
  • Ice Pillar: (1) large snowflake, (3) snowflakes
  • Ice Table: (1) large snowflake, (8) snowflakes
  • Snowman Hat: (1) large snowflake, (5) snowflakes

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is out now for Nintendo Switch.


Get 8 white snowflakes today and give the gift of gourmet white chocolate to your loved ones! A beautiful festive design and a tasty treat that everyone will love at this time of the year.

Abdallah Candies has a long tradition of making gourmet chocolates with the highest quality ingredients possible. Our family-owned company has spent over four generations perfecting original recipes, and our white snowflake candies are no exception! With quality ingredients, natural flavors, and a love for the sweet things in life, we’ve created some of the best festive candy in Minnesota and throughout the world.

INGREDIENTS: Sugar, vegetable oil (palm kernel oil, hydrogenated palm kernel & cottonseed oils), nonfat dry milk, milk, glyceryl lacto esters of fatty acids, soy lecithin (an emulsifier), salt, artificial flavor. Shares equipment with items that may contain peanuts, tree nuts, egg. CONTAINS MILK, SOY. GLUTEN FREE


Watch the video: New Year Snacks - Cant Call it a New Year without Sweet Snacks (May 2022).


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