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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Success Finally!

Bwahahahaha..(and I just had to laugh in that maniacal tone)…

I was able to produce 48 pieces of edible chocolates. My brother taught me an “only fools can mess this up” type of dessert and I was able to successfully execute the recipe last weekend.

Bwahahaha!

I will start experimenting with the variants in the coming weeks with my loyal friends and family as guinea pigs. My younger sister also came up with a catchy name for my concoctions – Chrissy’s Crispies.


This is what I came up.

The How:
1. Just buy chocolate bars from the specialty stores (one bar costs about 70-75 pesos each) and each big bar can produce up to 25 pieces (1 ounce each piece).
2. Melt the chocolate bars under low heat or do the double broiler method.
3. After the bar has melted, mix the rice crispies. How much rice crispies you will put depends on how much you want in your chocolates.
4. Pour the mixture over the baking cups and wait for it to harden up.

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