9 Reviews

These are so simple to make and so incredibly yummy... I was going to take them to a party, but....we ate too many. My son loved them, too! You could do a whole bunch of different combinations with this. Thank you for posting!

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Mumsie Meem December 31, 2009

WOW, these chocolates are just awesome! They are so quick and easy to make and the presentation is just stunning! Everyone I gave these to raved about the combination of cranberries, walnuts and dark chocolate! What a true winner of a recipe! THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH for sharing it here with us, Lottidawe! Ill surely make it again! Made and reviewed for Everyday Is A Holiday Tag Game Decembre 09 as a special tag.

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Lalaloula December 23, 2009

I'm using almond rather than walnuts, and they're wonderful! I decided try my hand at making chocolates for xmas presents, and these are perfect! I'm making 3 different chocolate treats and whenever I have leftover chocolate I throw and handful of almonds and cranberries in and whip up 2-3 more drops. No more waist! Now if I can refrain from eating them all before xmas comes....

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VelcrowMistress December 21, 2009

These are just about the fastest chocolate recipe yet. In 1/2 hour I had made 2 batches and had them cooling on the deck. Before packing them away for Christmas presents....I tried one. They are absolutely wonderful. I know my family will really enjoy them. Thank you for sharing!

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luvcook'n December 11, 2009

Fantastic! I used cashews and made these for a gift, however I couldn't, for the life of me, find any teaspoons so I was forced to make these in tablespoon size ;)... (I only ate one and have a bit of a stomach ache though) I grabbed semi-sweet chocolate instead of bitter-sweet but they are still wonderful. If made with dark chocolate, I know they would be perfection! (Next time!!) Thanks for posting this simple yet fabulous recipe!

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Motivated Mama December 23, 2008

I have these chockies in the fridge at the moment ready to take to a dinner party tonight - I used good quality dark choc and diced apricots and toasted almonds and I just know they will be such a big hit so thanks for posting such a versatile recipe

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katew January 18, 2008

These are delicious, and so easy and quick to make! Wonderful flavor-- the dried cranberries and walnuts create a nice contrast of flavor and texture in the chocolate. Chose this for the Pick-A-Chef game, and I think I made a great choice--thanks for posting!

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GaylaJ October 11, 2005

i didnt have cranberries...and used dried apricots...they were kind of gooey...but they tasted delicious...because...they were gone in no time...thank you for posting!

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Nisha July 06, 2004

These were a delight for my family's sweet tooth. Instead of using dried cranberries, I used dried strawberries as a substitute. These were really yummy and vanished off the plate in seconds! Thanks so much for sharing such a simple and yummilicious treat!

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Charishma_Ramchandani January 22, 2004
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