Healthy Edible Dark Chocolate Fruit Cups!. With Christmas fast approaching, this recipe should surely be given a try! Healthy fruits, Delicious chocolate, Yummy whipped cream! What more can one ask fo.
Anytime a recipe calls to melt chocolate in the microwave, it never goes well for me. Pour in melted chocolate a little at a time. Your goal is to coat the entire cupcake liner so take a spoon and spread up along the sides of the liner gently A more thicker shell will be best so doesn't crack as easy when you take the liner off. You wind up browning steep Healthy Edible Dark Chocolate Fruit Cups! testing 4 prescription together with 7 as a consequence. Here you go get someplace.
procedure of Healthy Edible Dark Chocolate Fruit Cups!
- You need 1/2 cup of Melted Chocolate.
- It's 4 tbsp of Greek Yogurt (Plain or vanilla).
- You need 1 of Whatever fruits you like as toppings (I used banana, strawberries,blueberries, blackberries and raspberries).
- Prepare 1 of Optional: Honey for drizzle.
These raspberry chocolate cups are a chocolate lover dream come true. They are rich, creamy and chocolaty, the hardened chocolate shell pairing so well with the raspberry creamy mousse. I like to use both white chocolate and dark chocolate to create a striped and marbled look. Chocolate cups can be stored at room temperature just like you would store a bar of chocolate.
Healthy Edible Dark Chocolate Fruit Cups! modus operandi
- Melt your dark chocolate in microwave or double boiler.
- Line a cupcake tray with cupcake liners.
- Pour in melted chocolate a little at a time. Your goal is to coat the entire cupcake liner so take a spoon and spread up along the sides of the liner gently.
- A more thicker shell will be best so doesn't crack as easy when you take the liner off..
- Place your cupcake tray into the freezer for 15 mins or until they have clearly hardened.
- Make sure they are solid before GENTLY removing the paper liner off the chocolate (this is a very delicate job).
- Once out of molds, pour in yogurt top with fruits and drizzle with a bit of honey!.
Keep them in a covered container (it doesn't have to be airtight). Homemade chocolate cups are one of my favorite secret weapons! Here's a pro tip: everything looks cuter when it's served in a chocolate cup! We all know about peanut butter cups already. But picture this: mini scoops of ice cream in a chocolate cup.