Celebratory Chocolate Cups

With 2018 nearly history, we look forward to welcoming 2019- a new year and a clean slate. Whatever went right, went wrong- the miracles and the crushing losses- 2019 is a fresh year full of opportunity. What better way to celebrate the old while ushering in the new than with creative chocolate shaped cups? Fill it with your choice of goodies, like fresh blueberries, pomegranate seeds, whipped cream, or coffee (hopefully it would be iced coffee, unless you want a chocolaty mess to be the first thing you clean up on January 1st.) And the only two things you need to make this “recipe” a success are chocolate and a cup shaped mold. Even if you’re not a natural cook, you can make this recipe.

Thanks to all of you for making 2018 a great year! I spent most of it in the kitchen, making desserts that I got to share with YOU, and I can’t thank you enough! I love what I do and I owe my happiness to all of you for following our journey. I’m SO excited to discover even more new recipes in this new year and I’m looking forward to making new memories, starting new chapters, and continuing to grow in 2019!

AuthorMackieDifficultyBeginner

 Chocolate, melted (Milk, Dark, or White)
 Fresh fruit
 Whipped cream
 Liquor
 Iced coffee

1

Melt the chocolate in the microwave, stirring often. Once the chocolate is smooth, pour into a silicone cup mold and tap to level the surface. (The mold we used just came from a box store, so it shouldn't be too hard to fine one. And you can always look online, too.) Set the mold on a cookie sheet and set in the freezer for about 30 minutes, or until the chocolate has set.

2

To remove the chocolate, peel up one corner of the mold until you can invert it. Holding the chocolate cup, twist to remove completely. Repeat with remaining cups. The chocolate will continue to hold its shape at room temperature, so arrange on a plate and fill with your choice of fruit or beverage.

Ingredients

 Chocolate, melted (Milk, Dark, or White)
 Fresh fruit
 Whipped cream
 Liquor
 Iced coffee

Directions

1

Melt the chocolate in the microwave, stirring often. Once the chocolate is smooth, pour into a silicone cup mold and tap to level the surface. (The mold we used just came from a box store, so it shouldn't be too hard to fine one. And you can always look online, too.) Set the mold on a cookie sheet and set in the freezer for about 30 minutes, or until the chocolate has set.

2

To remove the chocolate, peel up one corner of the mold until you can invert it. Holding the chocolate cup, twist to remove completely. Repeat with remaining cups. The chocolate will continue to hold its shape at room temperature, so arrange on a plate and fill with your choice of fruit or beverage.

Celebratory Chocolate Cups

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