Yesterday I decided to give up chocolate and sweets all together.
But that was yesterday.
Today is a brand new day!
Bring on the chocolate!
Here’s a few of my favorite (and hopefully soon to be yours) chocolate recipes.
Copycat Moose Munch Chocolate Bark
Man this stuff is what dreams are made of. Learn how to make it here.
Chocolate Dipped Strawberries and Pretzels
These are perfect for Valentine’s Day. Here’s an easy tutorial to make your own Chocolate Dipped Pretzels and Strawberries.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Bacon Cake
Let me just be honest by saying that I haven’t actually tried this one. But I saw the recipe and I trust Kelly at The Grant Life, so I really want to make it now. Are you brave enough to try this Chocolate Peanut Butter Bacon cake recipe?
These look sloppy and like they’re hot messes but it’s only because I made them. Truthfully these homemade marshmallows rolled in graham cracker crumbs and dipped in chocolate will change your life. S’mores Marshmallows recipe.
Chocolate Melting Cake
If you love lava cake than this is the perfect recipe for you. The outside is regular cake but the inside just kinda melts. You can find this Chocolate Melting Cake recipe over at CopyKat.com
Chocolate Honeycomb Candy
This recipe is just fun to make. It creates a candy with a crunchy inside that kinda melts once it gets inside of your mouth. Try this Chocolate Honeycomb Candy recipe today.
But if you’re on a weight loss plan and your rear end hasn’t convinced you to throw that plan out of the window just yet, you can still indulge in a little chocolate therapy.
Here’s you a free chocolate printable. It says chocolate, but you just can’t (shouldn’t) eat it.
Print it out and hang it where your scale can’t see it.
Go here to grab the printable PDF version of this chocolate saying printable.
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