Chocolate Drizzle Doodads

"These will dress up nearly any dessert! Mousse, cakes, whipped pies/tarts, ice cream, waffles, etc. Make doodad hearts, flowers, trees, lattices, or whatever you want! I've done writing as well (former cake decorator here) but they're more difficult to keep intact. Everyone will think you're so talented, but they're really very simple. Recipe is easily doubled."
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  • Place chips in a small microwave-safe glass dish.
  • Microwave at 15 second intervals, stirring in between, until just melted smooth.
  • Stir in butter until smooth.
  • Let chocolate cool slightly. Mixture needs to be creamy, but not hot.
  • Spoon into ziploc bag. Fill half full and seal closed.
  • Cut a very small corner off the bottom of the bag. **don't make it too big; you can always make it larger if necessary!
  • Gently pipe designs onto a wax paper-lined plate. Keep the flow steady and stop squeezing and then lift bag at the end of each shape.
  • Refrigerate 15 minutes or until firm.
  • Carefully peel waxed paper from chocolate doodads before serving however you wish!

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Hi! My name is Katie and I live in Minnesota - just a bit southeast of the Minneapolis. I am employed at a great company called BI, working on loyalty marketing programs. I've loved to cook/bake for as long as I can remember. I grew up helping Mom dump ingredients while she was baking and was the official 'stirrer' until I was old enough to cook. Cooking/baking is the ultimate stress reliever for me. I love to cook for others and am discovering how much fun entertaining is:)! Besides my FT job, I have a small business creating websites. Other interests of mine are inline skating (annual marathon in Sept.), long distance running (love 1/2 marathons), watching Friends DVDs, traveling, and reading. I find myself searching the Zaar daily for recipes and new ideas and I'm always excited to rate some of my faves!! I am working on posting more of my own, but determining my measurements is proving rather tricky.
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