Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Hot Chocolate on a Stick

How cute are these? I saw them on Giverslog and knew that I wanted to make them! Abby and I made them yesterday for her class and I can't wait to make more of them and play with it a little. We made these in ice cube trays, but want to try them in a sucker mold.

Instead of a packet of hot chocolate, you use one of these in a cup of hot milk! It can't get any easier than that! I did see somewhere where they flavored the white chocolate with raspberry oil, so they had raspberry hot chocolate on a stick! I am thinking peppermint! :)


Hot chocolate on a Stick

8 oz chocolate, any kind, milk, semi sweet, white
1/4 cup cocoa
1/2 cup powdered sugar
pinch of salt

Melt the chocolate in a double boiler. Once it is melted, remove from the heat and add the cocoa, sugar and salt. Mix it until it is all combined. It will get really thick...like a frosting consistency. Once it is all mixed put the mixture into a baggie and snip of the corner and pipe it into your mold. I used a standard ice cube tray. Tap the ice tray on the counter to smooth it out and so that it can settle . Insert a stick and put it into the freezer for a few minutes until the chocolate hardens. Decorate it by dipping it into other chocolates or leave it plain.

Stir the stick into a 1 cup of hot milk, until it is dissolved.

12 comments:

Megan said...

Unbelievable - what a clever idea!

Valerie said...

Yummy and super-duper cute!! I love it.

Megan said...

These are just too cute! I'll be making these! ;)

Ingrid said...

Those are super cool! Love 'em!
~ingrid

Me! said...

that's such a great idea!

The Double Dipped Life said...

What a fun and cute idea! Great activity with the kids too. Thanks!

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

I saw hordes of these in Paris.. Even bought a few! Love how easy these are!! And the ones I bought tasted wonderful too!
Thanks for the idea about the decorations, I'm going to use it!

Tinkr said...

such a fantastic idea. What a great last minute gift!

Bethie said...

I might need to make these this weekend!

Lynn said...

I've never seen anything like these. They look amazing! Thanks for sharing :)

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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Hot Chocolate on a Stick

How cute are these? I saw them on Giverslog and knew that I wanted to make them! Abby and I made them yesterday for her class and I can't wait to make more of them and play with it a little. We made these in ice cube trays, but want to try them in a sucker mold.

Instead of a packet of hot chocolate, you use one of these in a cup of hot milk! It can't get any easier than that! I did see somewhere where they flavored the white chocolate with raspberry oil, so they had raspberry hot chocolate on a stick! I am thinking peppermint! :)


Hot chocolate on a Stick

8 oz chocolate, any kind, milk, semi sweet, white
1/4 cup cocoa
1/2 cup powdered sugar
pinch of salt

Melt the chocolate in a double boiler. Once it is melted, remove from the heat and add the cocoa, sugar and salt. Mix it until it is all combined. It will get really thick...like a frosting consistency. Once it is all mixed put the mixture into a baggie and snip of the corner and pipe it into your mold. I used a standard ice cube tray. Tap the ice tray on the counter to smooth it out and so that it can settle . Insert a stick and put it into the freezer for a few minutes until the chocolate hardens. Decorate it by dipping it into other chocolates or leave it plain.

Stir the stick into a 1 cup of hot milk, until it is dissolved.

12 comments:

Megan said...

Unbelievable - what a clever idea!

Valerie said...

Yummy and super-duper cute!! I love it.

Megan said...

These are just too cute! I'll be making these! ;)

Ingrid said...

Those are super cool! Love 'em!
~ingrid

Me! said...

that's such a great idea!

The Double Dipped Life said...

What a fun and cute idea! Great activity with the kids too. Thanks!

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

I saw hordes of these in Paris.. Even bought a few! Love how easy these are!! And the ones I bought tasted wonderful too!
Thanks for the idea about the decorations, I'm going to use it!

Tinkr said...

such a fantastic idea. What a great last minute gift!

Bethie said...

I might need to make these this weekend!

Lynn said...

I've never seen anything like these. They look amazing! Thanks for sharing :)

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j'ais déjà traité un site comme ca
recette creme anglaise
recette patisserie
recette quiche lorraine
recette couscous
Couscous recipe
Recette Thermomix
Recette cookies
Recette crepe
gateau au yaourt

Recette moelleux au chocolat

Dessert rapide

Recette tiramisu
Recette paella
Recette punch
Recette pancakes

healthy dessert

Recette crumble
Je viens de tester ta recette, elle est parfaite. Je vais bientôt la publier sur mon blog !! :) Merci pour cette super recette.