This Homemade Milk Chocolate Recipe is spot on Delicious. My friends and family have all said that this is as good as any chocolate they’ve ever had. Words like Truffle and Ghirardelli were thrown around with head nods after biting into these numbers. So you can trust that this recipe is where it’s at. Plus, it is so easy to adjust if you like a milder or darker chocolate. Literally just add or take away some of the powdered milk and you can dial it in exactly to your tastes.
Milk Chocolate and Candy Silicone Molds
In this Milk Chocolate recipe I had the pleasure of using Bargain Roll Back’s Silicone Molds. These arrived, practically, as soon as I ordered them and I feel like they’re a great product. Even my kids love playing with them. So if you’re interested in getting Silicon Molds like the ones I use in this video you can find them HERE.
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Homemade Milk Chocolate Ingredients:
3/4 cup Coconut Oil
1 cup Powdered Sugar
6 tbsp Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
4 tbsp Powdered Milk
Add Rice Crispie’s to the Milk Chocolate for the Nestle Crunch effect or Peanuts and Almonds for other desired Candy Bar copy cats.
I promised to show you how to make Berry Syrup on my Oreo Waffles video and here it is. It goes great on Pancakes and French Toast as well and It doesn’t get any easier than this. You can also add a pinch of Cinnamon if you’d like and either Vanilla or Maple to authenticate the syrup but it isn’t necessary. This recipe can be as thick or as thin as you want to make it by adjusting the cornstarch. Also, you can make this a singular recipe by using one fruit only to make your syrup if you prefer just Raspberry or Blueberry syrup only. And, if you prefer, you can puree this in a blender when it’s done if you don’t want it to be chunky like mine.
Be sure to check out that Oreo Waffle in the link below and the Cherry Topping if you’d like another alternative to the Berry Syrup!
Breakfast is a snap with the large non-stick cooking surface, with temperatures variable from warm to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. When it’s time to clean-up the immersible griddle, the grease has been channeled into the removable, dishwasher safe grease cup.
A Turkey Burger is way better than most people realize. I, for one, have been shockingly surprised. I’m telling you, this literally competes with the best beef burgers. In fact the only thing that would make this recipe any better is bacon! But, I think you’ll love the fresh veggie addition I use as an alternative to more meat and cheese because the patty is already thick enough. Besides who doesn’t love avocado?
Turkey Burger Sliders
One of the things I love about Turkey Burger Sliders is the health benefits. Turkey, as everyone knows, is much leaner. The problem is, because sliders are smaller, I tend to eat more of them. So I’m not really sure if I really benefiting from the lean meat because I tend to over eat, if I’m not careful. These burgers are so delicious, it’s hard to not eat more than two or three at time. But, if one is conscientious and can control their appetite, this can make a perfectly balanced meal.
Also, be sure to check out my Crispy Onion Rings and my Sweet Potato Fries with sauces in the links below.
4 lbs Ground Turkey (makes 10 to 12 sliders)
Bag of Slider Buns or Dinner Rolls
Green Leaf Lettuce
1 Red Onion
1/2 stick Butter
1 tsp Mayonnaise, per bun
1 tsp Cream Cheese, per bun
Salt and Pepper
ketchup and Mustard, optional
Follow the instructions for this Turkey Burger Sliders recipe in the video tutorial.