Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Chocolate Dipped Sugar Cubes For Coffee

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Do you drink same kind of coffee every single day? Want to try something different? How about add a little hint of chocolate in your coffee?

Here is how:
- First, put 2 dozen sugar cubes in freezer for at least 20 minutes!!
- Microwave 1/3 cup of chocolate chips at half power for 45 seconds.

- Stir
- Microwave for another 35 seconds

- Stir until smooth
- Dip frozen sugar cubes in melted chocolate


If you don't freeze the sugar cubes before dipping them in chocolate, these are what you may get! See the bumpy surface?


Give them a few hours to set.
I added heart shaped cookie sprinkles on some of those sugar cubes.
Won't it be nice to have your morning coffee on Valentine's Day with these decorated sugar cubes!

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40 comments:

  1. Awesome, such a shame me and my bf are drinking tea and coffe without any sugar! But I will try it with something else, maybe grapes cuted into halfs? We'll see:)
    Greetings from Poland!:)

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  2. Chocolate covered fruit...... Yum yum yum! Thank you for the idea!

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  3. So adorable - when they're all together they look like a mini box of chocolates. ^^

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  4. These are so adorable! They would look great packed with coffee in a cute mug for a coffee lover on valentine's day :D

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  5. Hi Akio and Jenn, so happy to see you back here, and to know you like the idea :D

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  6. Nice!:) Great idea:) I would like one to my morning coffee:) Or maybe two lol

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  7. Thank you so much for the comments.
    After reading through the comments on the Facebook page, I started wondering if it was a mistake to post this :( So glad to know you like the idea ^,^

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  8. I love coffee and this is a good idea! Love it, another creative idea from you (^.^)

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  9. great idea...I am going to use it for our Church's Valentines Dinner Party

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  10. I absolutely loved it! So innovative! I've never really thought of making it so interesting! :)
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    Kavi (Edible Entertainment)

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  11. Hi ladies, thank you all for the comments. So glad you like the idea. I think not only kids, grownups can have some fun food too!

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  12. What an adorable and cute idea!! I don't drink coffee, but I'm sure my husband would love these, thanks for sharing :)!!

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  13. Thank you so much for the comment. Wish you and your husband have a wonderful Valentine's Day!

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  14. so sweet!! thanks!

    Ro

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  15. I drink coffee right now and I think at these lovely cubes.

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  16. Hi ladies, thank you so much for the comments. Wish you all have a nice Valentine's Day ^,^

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  17. Super cute! I featured this on my blog I hope you don't mind.

    My blog is: http://blog.prettigeek.com

    :)

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  18. Thank you thank you so much for the link :D

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  19. LOVE IT! Friend of mine stumbled across your FB page and recommended it to me because I make my kids fun stuff a lot (just made a Tonka Truck birthday cake for my son's 8th bday) I love this Idea. I am going to pair it with this site on how to make your OWN sugar cubes... I have a penguin tray... chocolate dipped penguins floating around in my coffee sound FUN!http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.larecetadelafelicidad.com%2F2012%2F01%2Fterrones-azucar.html

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  20. Hi FlybabyinMaine, thank you so much for visiting and sharing your ideas!

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  21. Made these over the weekend. My boys had a blast making them! Thanks for sharing such a fun & easy activity.

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  22. You are so welcome ^,^ So glad to know you and your boys had fun making them. And thank you for the link!

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  23. Hi, I say this on craftgawker and omg I'm completely in love! They are so simple and so incredibly cute! Thank you for sharing!

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  24. Aww.. So glad you like the idea. Thank you for visiting!

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  25. Great idea & so cute.. Do you think it would work with Nutella??

    -Sarah

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  26. Nutella won't get harden. But it might work!

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  27. Hi, I’m Sonia, italian food blogger sorry for my bad english, I want tell you that I have included the link of this recipe (which I liked very much) in the section on my blog dedicated to “10 ways to make” (“10 Modi di Fare”) sugar shapes.
    The post is 'Zollette di zucchero' I hope not to bother you, have a nice day.
    Sonia

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