Chocolate Dessert Cups

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Fun to make, even more fun to eat and decide what to stuff in them!

 

I was really feeling like blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries.

My other “filler” ideas…

pudding with whipped cream

ice cream!

cheesecake

cute little candies

cake ball.duh.

anything your heart desires really…

And these are super, duper easy too.

These little silicon muffin cups worked magically!

Ok, so here’s what you do and what you’ll need.

1 package vanilla candiquik

1 package chocolate candiquik

+berries or whatever you decide to fill your cups with!

directions:

1. Melt Candiquik(s) according to package directions.

2. Spoon a small amount (a couple heaping teaspoons) of candiquik into the silicon baking cup.

3. Then, take your spoon and push the candiquik up the sides of cup, almost to the edge.

4. For quick drying, place in the fridge or freezer. Once set, fill with berries, pudding, candies, etc. 

*There’s also another great way I’ve made Chocolate Cups/Bowls if you don’t have silicon baking cups..Check them out here!*

  

 ‘nilla!

choco

 

 repeat, repeat, repeat.

 

Cute, huh!?

 

Fill with this perfectly delicious Red Raspberry No Bake Cheesecake and become one happy camper!

Happy Friday Everyone!

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