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It’s a fact – you pretty much can’t go wrong with chocolate. Summer is a great opportunity to combine the popular treat with the natural sweetness of fresh berries. This homemade dessert is perfect for a special occasion, but beware: it’s so pretty you might not want to eat it!

Grown Up Berry Chocolate Bowl Recipe

Ingredients:

Dessert Shell Candy Molds
1 package fresh raspberries
1 package fresh blackberries
Strawberry jam
Whipped cream
Dark chocolate, melted

Directions:

  • The best part about this recipe is that you can make as few or as many as you like – there’s no wrong way!
  • Fill the candy molds 1/3 full of melted dark chocolate. Don’t overfill them or you’ll have excess chocolate to trim off later.
  • Give the mold a few taps on the counter to even out the pour and then press the top of the mold gently into the chocolate.
  • Refrigerate overnight.
  • Remove chocolate bowls and clean up the edges if necessary.
  • Add a little jam to the bottom of each mold. This will add a little sweetness and help hold your berries in place.
  • Add both raspberries and blackberries to each mold.
  • Top with whipped cream.

Sources:
http://www.abeautifulmess.com/2013/02/berries-with-chocolate-bowls.html 

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