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Chocolate Covered Words & Fondue
You can use this as fondue to coat your favorite fruit or use the warm liquid to spell out letters and words.
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Serves: 4 Servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 Minutes
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1 jar (7 1/2 oz.) marshmallow cream
1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
1/4 cup creamy peanut butter, (words only)




For Chocolate Fondue: Prepare recipe as directed; omit peanut butter and add 1 teaspoon vanilla.


For Fondue: You will also need Fondue Dippers, kabob sticks or long toothpicks.

For Chocolate Words: You will need wax paper and several serving spoons.


Directions if you use a Microwave:

Place marshmallow cream in 2-quart microwave-safe bowl. Gradually stir in heavy cream; add chocolate pieces. Microwave on High 2 minutes; stir well. Add peanut butter and stir until well blended. Pour into fondue pot or small chafing dish and keep warm while serving. Makes 4 servings (about 2 cups).


To make Fondue Dippers:
Select some foods you want to dip into the chocolate sauce. Cut small squares of toasted pound cake and/or angel food cake. Choose things like dried apricots, fresh strawberries, grapes, pineapple chunks, apple and pear slices, cut-up banana and mandarin orange sections. (Remember to drain fruit well). Take turns placing or skewering a piece of fruit or cake onto the end of the fondue dipper or toothpick and gently dip it into the chocolate. Voila! Chocolate covered food!


To make Chocolate Words:
Lay sheets of wax paper on a flat surface. (preferably on a cookie sheet.) While chocolate mixture is still warm and "fluid," scoop up a spoonful of the mixture with a large serving spoon. Gently tilt the spoon over the wax paper, slowly dribbling a stream of chocolate from the spoon onto the wax paper. Move your hand as you pour to "write" in a stream of chocolate onto the wax paper. You can spell out whole words or make individual letters that can be arranged to form different words when they have cooled. Let the poured "chocolate words" cool until hardened, or place in the refrigerator to solidify. The words and letters should easily peel off the wax paper when cooled. Enjoy! Now you can actually "eat your words!"





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