Combine the sugar, corn syrup, and water in a large saucepan. Stir over high heat until ingredients melt and reach a medium amber color (330°F). Remove from heat and allow bubbles to dissipate. Slowly stir in the cream
Combine all ingredients in a large pot and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes. Turn off heat and allow sauce to cool slightly.
Simmer all ingredients for about 5 minutes, stirring frequently. Cool for 10 minutes and then blend in blender. Strain and cool to room temperature
Rarely does a single recipe become worthy of its own blog post; but this is the exception. These are by far THE best chocolate chip cookies…EVER! Inspired by Mrs. Field’s use of ground oatmeal, this recipe will make you famous with friends and family.
A bridal shower is the perfect event for enjoying a decadent chocolate fountain. Typically, bridal showers are girls-only events – making it the perfect time to indulge in a chocolate fountain that is versatile enough to fit into the most formal or most casual bridal shower.
If you offer a client a chocolate-covered strawberry, chances are she will want a glass of champagne to accompany it. Although chocolate and champagne are often associated, open your clients’ eyes to the delicious possibilities of pairing chocolate with various wines.
Instead of offering clients multiple trays of skewered fruit, consider taking a little extra time to create fruit bouquets to brighten your chocolate fountain display table and perk up your commercial chocolate fountain rental business.
Perhaps parents will find a new way to get their kids to eat their veggies…by dipping them in chocolate! Chocolate chefs continue to push boundaries and create new chocolate delights using food most people would never associate with chocolate. Read on to see if you’re willing to try chocolate dipped vegetables.