Mini Chef Mondays Homemade Chocolate Nonpareils – Super fun, easy and delicious candy recipe.
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Did you ever have those Chocolate Nonpareils at the movie theater? I love them. My mini chef shares this love and we usually get them whenever we go to a homemade candy store and we devour them soon after. We’re having so much fun making our favorites at home these days and she just loved the Nonpareils for Valentine’s Day at the store the other day. I really didn’t know what to make with them at first. Cookies, ice cream topping? Then it dawned on us while we were at the candy shop, Homemade Chocolate Nonpareils!
She is such a little chef now. She will actually tell me while we’re shopping “I need this for my recipe”. She loves to be in the kitchen and cooking just like mommy. Her favorite thing to make lately is smoothies! We make a delicious smoothie every morning and we definitely have to share one soon. As soon as I told her we were going to make Homemade Chocolate Nonpareils instead of buying them she was so excited. As you can see in the video she was taste testing the chocolate the entire time and even had to sample the nonpareils too. I don’t discourage her from tasting. Tasting to me is learning! She doesn’t just do this with sweets and dessert but also when we’re making dinner! She’ll nosh on a raw herb, veggies and more!
These Homemade Chocolate Nonpareils are so easy to make and you can make them for any holiday or occasion!
Products we used:
Wilton 710-6245 Valentine Nonpareils Sprinkles, MulticolorOXO Good Grips Non-Stick Pro Jelly Roll Pan, 10Norpro 675 Scoop, Stainless Steel, 7.5-Inch, 0.25 OuncesGuittard, Real Milk Chocolate Baking Chips, 11.5oz Bag (Pack of 4)Guittard Chocolate Chip Semisweet 12oz (Pack of 4)
- 12 oz chocolate (dark, milk, white or semi-sweet)
- 1 cup nonpareils
- Melt chocolate over double boiler or in microwave.
- Place into a bowl.
- Pour nonpareils into pan and then drop chocolate into pan by the spoon full.
- Refrigerate until chocolate is firm or freeze if in a hurry.
- Serve and enjoy!
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