Recipe by Ashlee Young
"This is so easy to make! Simply melt the chocolate and dip the cherries. Be sure to have a sheet of wax paper on hand. The recipe works well with strawberries, too."
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milk chocolate, chopped
8 fluid ounces
cherries with stems
The first time I made them, they were ok. The second time I used no milk and melted Hershey Kisses....that made them great.
I prefer a more crunchier coating for cherries. This would be better on strawberries. If you haven't made something like this before I would choose a more detailed recipe.
It isn't specific on how much milk. Only says till smooth but chocolate melted is smooth before the milk? Definatley don't use the entire 8 oz of milk.
You may want to heat the milk with the chocolate.
Hot chocolate and cold milk do not mix well.
I was so happy to find a chocolate dipped fruit that didn't have huge amounts of shortening in it. Thanks!
Worked great with strawberries, make sure to double due to the fact that 3 servings just are not enough.
could do with a little less milk though!
After reading the reviews...I didnt add the milk. I just melted the chocolate and dipped... but I did cheat a little, I soaked the cherries in razzmatazz schnapps for a couple days, drained, and dipped. Perfect:)
Very bad, I added the milk like it said and it did not work right at all, it clumped very quickly. So I did another batch and this time put the milk in first and heated then added chocolate in and heated it with it, it still clumped very badly.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Covered Cherries III
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 315
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