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    Cha Cha Chocolate!

    A collection of my chocolate recipes!
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    This is simple and you can use the candy bar of your choice! From Blendtec! Suggestions for candy bars-Heath bars, milk chocolate, butterfingers)

    Recipe #177600

    I have this written on an old envelope, I changed it from another recipe to make it easier. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #437710

    Cute little bugs! Easy to make too! Oh how I wish my camera worked so I could take a photo!

    Recipe #192338

    Be sure to use really cold milk for this classic fountain treat! And don't overmix to get the perfect slushy thick texture! Adapted from cooking.com.

    Recipe #189448

    If you haven't tried almond butter, now is the time! Goody good!

    Recipe #172623

    A recipe the you will have fun with! This will also make a good treat for Halloween! Adapted from Cooks Recipes.

    Recipe #192364

    My daughter just loaned me her Peachtree Boquet cookbook, put out by the Jr. League of DeKalb County, Ga. There are some real goodies in this one. This is pretty healthy for tasting so darn good! I have tweeked this just a leetle!

    Recipe #292191

    This is a great simple dessert that is sure to impress! Try to use in season ripe, sweet strawberries! From Dave Lieberman.

    Recipe #160635

    I can't remember where I got the idea, but changed it around some to simplify it and here ya go!

    Recipe #437701

    So simply delicious! If you like salt with your chocolate, use salted cashews. If you would prefer, use unsalted cashews. Adapted from the QVC website.

    Recipe #192329

    Recipe #167744

    Adapted from a recipe in Southern Living magazine, I used my favorite chocolate-dark!

    Recipe #335810

    I adore chocolate bark, especially when it has good dark chocolate! This recipe came from Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa show. I have changed a few things around. Enjoy! :D

    Recipe #374286

    Not one but three deep-chocolate versions of your favorite wintertime sip. You can easily double or triple this recipe to serve a crowd. Adapted from Delish magazine.

    Recipe #379009

    This is so soothing and a great source of calcium! From an almond site.

    Recipe #172549

    I love collecting hot chocolate recipes from different countries. When wintering in Paris, one of life's great pleasures is sipping a cup of rich hot chocolate, le chocolat chaud, in a cozy café. This hot chocolate is deeply flavorful, but not over-the-top rich, so enjoy anytime! Adapted from David Lebovitz's blog

    Recipe #378963

    I would love to be in Austria right now, at a little outdoor cafe, sipping this warm and soothing drink. I usually sub whipped coconut cream instead of the dairy version. From Bon Apetit, 1991 and posted on Epicurious.

    Recipe #508748

    Visions of sugarplums dancing in my head! A sweet gift, so easy to make, the kids can help! A lovely addition to a cookie tray, and healthy too! Adapted from American Profile magazine.

    Recipe #261625

    No powdered milk in this one! I have stopped using dairy milk pretty much, so now I can use the non dairy milk of my choice. Try almond, soy, rice, flax, or whatever you want.

    Recipe #466437

    This is a rich version of cocoa and what a treat it makes! In the 18th century Europeans married milk with chocolate and sugar. Soon after, it became a very popular after dinner drink! Adding a pinch of cayenne gives it a little spice too! Adapted from Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #348098

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