Have Plate Will Travel : Valentine’s Day treats that the culinary challenged can make


Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Valentine’s Day treats that the culinary challenged can make

Valentine’s Day is the opportunity to express how much loved ones adore each other. A sweet treat at the end of a meal or an indulgent dessert to end a romantic evening can be a decadent way to end the day of love. For the culinary challenged, creating a dessert from scratch can be an imposing endeavor. Freshley’s has created Valentine’s Day treats that will impress your beloved. 

The Valentine’s Day treats from Freshley’s are semi-homemade. Incorporating some of Freshley’s favorite treats, these desserts impress your valentine without being difficult to create. These treats are perfect for kids or the culinary challenged to whip up on Valentine’s Day. 

Show your Valentine that she is loved with one of these desserts.

Valentine’s Dreamies

·      8 Strawberries, hulled and halved
·      2 Tbsp. sugar
·      2 Tsp vanilla extract
·      4 Mrs. Freshley's Dreamies

1.    Combine cut strawberries, sugar and vanilla extract in medium bowl, refrigerate for 1 hour for juices to combine.
2.    Slice Mrs. Freshley’s Dreamies diagonally and place in a heart shape.
3.    Top Dreamies with strawberry mixture.
4.    If desired, drizzle with chocolate syrup.

Fudge Conversation Hearts

·      Mrs. Freshley’s Fudge Rounds
·      Heart and letter stencils
·      Powdered sugar
·      Sifter

1.    Place stencil on top of a Mrs. Freshley’s Fudge Round.
2.    Sift some powdered sugar over the stencil and Fudge Round.
3.    Remove the stencil, revealing the desired designed.

Chocolate Lovers Kabobs

• 8 Mrs. Freshley's Chocolate Bells, halved
• 1 Package of strawberries, hulled
• 1 Package marshmallows
• 1 Package wooden skewers
• Melting chocolate

• Place one halved Mrs. Freshley’s Chocolate Bell on wooden skewer.
• Next place one strawberry, followed by one marshmallow.
• Repeat steps until skewer is full.
• Prepare melting chocolate according to package directions and drizzle over kabobs.

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