She is only 4 and already stealing hearts. She just performed in her first ballet recital this past weekend and made hearts melt with her smile. Okay...she made my heart and her daddy's heart melt. Can you tell we are proud parents? Here are a few pictures of her on stage. No stage fright at all.
(By the way, I married that dreamy blue eyed boy and he is still dreamy and Oh so wonderful.)
Melt your chocolate morsels in the microwave. (DO NOT GET WATER IN THE CHOCOLATE)
It will seize up and ruin the chocolate.
Using a spatula, cover the bottom of the brownie with chocolate and place on bakers rack chocolate side up. you can place them in the freezer for a couple of minutes to speed up the drying process.
This is a messy process but worth it.
Now cover the sides and top of brownies with chocolate.
Place back on the bakers rack and into freezer for a few minutes.
You can leave them as is or add a little more to dress them up. I used white chocolate to decorate them.
store them in a single layer in an air tight container. You can package them seperately for gifts too.
I forgot to take a picture of the brownie mix as I rolled it into balls. But that is what you do. Just roll it into 1 1/2" balls. Place on a waxed paper covered cookie sheet and freeze for abot 15 minutes.
I used white chocolate to cover them . I melted the chocolate in the microwave and added a little marshmallow and coconut flavored oil to it. (It was so good)
Remove the balls from the freezer and insert sucker sticks into each ball. Dip into the chocolate and gently tap and swirl to remove excess. You can add sprinkles like I did or get a little more creative.
Here is the finished product with a few heart shaped chocolate lollipops added in.
My inspiration came from Bakerella. If you haven't seen her creative pops you should really check her blog out.
As Always....Enjoy! And Happy Valentine's Day!
The Cookie Girl