header

header

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Chocolate Factory





Swirly chocolate, salty peanuts.  Yum.
Recipe here.


46 comments:

  1. I would like to come and work in your factory please. :-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I need a taste tester. Interested? :)

      Delete
    2. Checking Southwest to see if they have a flight. Suza and I could be great tasters, and work a little too. Haha

      Delete
    3. Something tells me with you two ladies here, we'd get nothing done! haha.
      Sure would be fun, though!

      Delete
    4. I'd love to be a taste tester - I come highly recommended and have a great deal of experience.
      Wanda and me and you? Batten down the hatches! :-)

      Delete
  2. Oh this looks delicious Betsy! Wish you lived closer, I'd pop in and hope for a taste:)

    ReplyDelete
  3. Is Willy Wonka there? HaHa! They look delish. Actually, my mouth is watering now.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. He's lurking somewhere, I'm sure. He's kinda creepy, especially when
      he sings. lol....

      Delete
  4. Yum! Even though we're both Midwest people, I wish our locations weren't so far away! Think this would be good with white chocolate too?

    Marla

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I think it would be great! I use white and dark but don't mix them to get those swirls.

      Delete
    2. I can't tell you the last time I had chocolate of any kind. I may have to make these and splurge since it's been so long!

      One of these days I'll learn to not reply on my phone. haha Sorry for the duplicate msg. below!

      Marla

      Delete
    3. Let me know if you make them....they are very easy! Just don't microwave too long or the chocolate will burn...just do it little bits at a time.

      Don't worry about the duplicates...you aren't the only one! haha...I just take them off.

      Delete
  5. Did you ever see the movie "Chocolat" with Johnny Depp many years ago. Your kitchen so reminds me of that movie. Johnny at his best, in my opinion.

    ReplyDelete
  6. I have just oficially gained 10 pounds just looking at the pictures 😀 they look yummy! I had to check the recipe as I have never heard of these before. Maybe it's American known only or my knowledge of sweets is really poor ... lol

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Well, I just made up the name. haha. But I'm sure you have something made with
      peanuts and chocolate, don't you? It's a very common flavor combination here.

      Delete
  7. Hi Betsy - how you stay so slim .. I'll never know! Those look delicious ... I so try to keep chocolate away from here! I used to make chocolate truffles as Christmas presents - but no more! The photos are glossy too .. enjoy some of that chocolate saltiness - cheers Hilary

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I made chocolate truffles last year as a surprise for The Mister. He loves dark chocolate and you can't get any more rich than truffles! Stay slim....well, I taste tested three and then promised myself not to touch them. Otherwise, there wouldn't be any left to give away! haha.

      Delete
  8. I remember when you posted the recipe a while back and I'm so glad you did again! Was thinking of making these this Christmas. You must have read my mind:)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I hope you like them, Janelle....super easy and really good. I give them away almost every year...

      Delete
  9. Wow, look at you go
    That is a ton at your show
    Need a bigger counter top
    So they don't overflow and drop lol

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It wasn't just a tease
      when I said I was a chocolate factory....
      nice to have some to give away
      to say merry christmas as my bay...

      Delete
  10. You're busy in your new kitchen. Your house must smell lovely with all that chocolate.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. today we've moved on to red velvet cake...my oh my! haha....

      Delete
  11. Replies
    1. I need to publish a dictionary. haha.

      Delete
    2. Yes you have a of of material including some amusing Brit phrases . . . lol

      Delete
  12. I like how so many of us want to be testers!
    I checked out your recipe and remembered that darling Christmas plate.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I have that sweet little plate on an easel on my desk this season.
      It is very sweet. $2.50 at an auction a few years back!

      Delete
  13. By the way, your header is beautiful. It doesn't always show on my phone, as it does on my computer, so I may not always notice a change. But this one caught my eye!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you! Outside my window but then a little watercolor look applied...

      Delete
  14. Well, I know I could handle a dozen of these!

    ReplyDelete
  15. Replies
    1. Absolutely! Please have more than one!

      Delete

I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!
And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!