DIY Deco Roll Filled with White Chocolate Ganache with Strawberries Tutorial and Templates from Dulce Delight here. She has an excellent (and entertaining) video showing you how easy it is to make these rolls and tips and tricks for making it actually look like the photo. You can make any shape you can imagine - hearts, bunnies, cats, anything.
“For my pinkish heart pattern I used raspberry syrup to dye the batter and cocoa powder to make the cake chocolaty, the filling itself is extra simple and only requires 3 ingredients, in fact, this entire cake roll only requires 7 ingredients and if you want to make a plain cake it only requires 6, can you believe that?”
DIY Four Last Minute Chocolate Bark Recipes and Tutorial from Chic Steals here. While you are heading off to do last minute shopping (like me) you can pick up simple ingredients for this last minute gift (seriously - cherry almond bark for my mom). It uses a base of chocolate chips and canola oil, then you add mix-ins and toppings and that’s it.
DIY Rice Krispie Treats Drizzled with Caramel, Milk chocolate and White chocolate Recipe. This is so easy… but then again making plain Rice Krispie Treats is so easy. Recipe from Makoodle here.
No bake with pudding and chocolate? Had to reblog.
Stop! Cookies ‘n Cream Fudge. From Shugary Sweets. Recipe here. I almost didn’t post this because the photo doesn’t do justice to this fudge and people will scroll right past it! This fudge is wonderful but I also love white chocolate. I’ve made it several times and it disappears really quickly! So I think it’s safe to say my family likes it and it comes from a site that also feataures Cookie ‘n Cream Pretzel Fudge - so they know their stuff. Are we the only country on earth to have Marshmallow Fluff?
3 cup white chocolate morsels
20 Oreo cookies, crushed
7 oz Marshmallow Fluff
14 oz can Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 tsp clear vanilla extract
Melt chocolate with milk and marshmallow cream. Stir continuously until smooth. Quickly stir in vanilla. Fold in crushed cookies. Pour in a foil lined 13x9 baking pan. Refrigerate 3 hours until firm. Cut into bite size pieces. Serve and enjoy. Store in refrigerator for best flavor!
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