|101 Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies|
|by Gwen Steege|
The chocolate chip cookie is, without a doubt, North America's favorite cookie. Nothing beats a steaming, chewy cookie fresh from the oven, its ch...
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Line 15 1/2 ... combine 1 cup chocolate chips and 2 tablespoons ... minutes. To make fondue: In large ... Store in refrigerator in an airtight container.
Melt chocolate and butter in ... heat in small fondue pot over low ... Fresh orange sections Fresh seedless grapes Fresh apples Bananas Yield: 1 1/2 cups.
Melt together chocolate chips, sugar and milk. Add peanut butter and stir well. Use for dipping fruits, sponge cake, etc.
In saucepan combine chocolate chips, sugar and ... well. Pour into fondue pot; place over ... Dippers: Fresh fruit (bite-size), marshmallows, pound cake, etc.
Place the chocolate chips in the top ... heat underneath. Unused fondue may be refrigerated ... pretzels, peanut butter filled mini buttery crackers, or ?.
Melt chocolate and milk or ... choice. Place in fondue pan over low ... fruit and also bite-size pieces of angel food cake or pound cake. Serves: 4 to 6.
Melt chocolate chips being careful not to burn. Add syrup and salt. Heat. Add vanilla. Serve with fresh fruit.
Melt chocolate chips and butter in ... Keep warm in fondue pot while serving. ... until at a dipping consistency. May also be used as ice cream topping.
Melt chocolate chips and honey in ... Beat and blend well. Pour into fondue pot. Keep warm while serving. Dip fruit, angel food cake, graham crackers, etc.
Slowly melt chocolate chips with cream. Stir ... serve as a fondue, keep warm ... cake, lady fingers, pound cake, or sponge cake. Yield: 1 cup of sauce.
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