Cover Your Nuts In Chocolate and Celebrate


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Yes.  I said it.  There’s a reason for it, too.  National Chocolate-Covered Nuts Day is February 25th and we are going to celebrate.  Big time.


If you have them or if you don’t, you gotta love nuts.  Like to eat nuts raw?  I do.  There’s a certain something when you just grab a handful of nuts and enjoy their pure taste.  What?  They aren’t covered in chocolate?  Well, here are a few super simple and healthy ways to remedy that:


1)  Slab O’ Nuts:  Coarsely chop your favorite nuts and set aside in a bowl.  Melt chocolate in a double boiler.  Place parchment paper on a baking sheet.  Stir nuts into melted chocolate.  Pour chocolate onto parchment paper.  Allow to harden at room temperature or in the fridge for faster results.  Break into pieces and enjoy!

2)  Sundae, Nutty Sundae:  Coarsely chop your favorite nuts and set aside in a bowl.  Melt chocolate in a double boiler.  In a serving bowl, add a scoop of your favorite ice cream.  Sprinkle some nuts on top and drizzle the whole thing in chocolate.  Yummy!


However you decide to celebrate Chocolate-Covered Nuts Day, make sure you have fun and use the best ingredients you can find.  Find a great selection of wonderful all natural chocolate at Drexelius Chocolates that will make your nuts sing with delight.

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2 Responses to Cover Your Nuts In Chocolate and Celebrate

  1. Elizabeth says:

    That sounds so yummy!!

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