Chocolate! They say that eating
large amounts of chocolate provokes a biochemical reaction very similar to the
emotions we call love and lust. People who have been dumped recently will tell
you this is true. We're wondering what happens when you have lots of chocolate
when you are already in love?
cans of condensed milk
1 stick of butter
1 cup chocolate powder (sweetened)
1 cup of chocolate sprinkles
Mini cupcake holders or similar packaging.
In a saucepan, melt
half of the butter. When
melted, add the condensed milk and
powder and mix well and simmer
over low heat for about 15 minutes until the
mix achieves the right consistency (this
happens when you pass the spoon across
the middle of the pan and the space you
created stays for a few seconds).
the heat and set aside.
Prepare your work station. We'recommend
covering a table surface with newspaper.
this place a large plate or tray and a bowl.
Fill the bowl with the
Also, put the remaining butter on a small
which provides easy access.
When the chocolate mixture has cooled for
about ten minutes and is warm enough
handle, bring the saucepan to your work
station. Butter your hands
out a small bit of the mixture from the pan
thumb, forefinger and middle
finger. Roll this into a ball using both hands
and toss into the bowl of sprinkles. Roll the
ball in the sprinkles until
it is coated and
then place into one of the mini-cupcake
holders or directly
onto your tray or plate.
Repeat until you've finished the mixture
your hands as often as necessary
to prevent the mixture from sticking to them.
Allow them to sit for about one hour at room
temperature (if you refrigerate
they will get
hard and very sticky, like toffee).
Serves all the people who need some lovin
Note: If you have just been dumped, We'recommend you save your sprinkles and eat
the whole mixture straight out of the pan
with a wooden spoon while sitting
in front of
the TV watching "Gone with the Wind" or a
movie on your VCR.