These adorable Chocolate Chip Easter Baskets are a special springtime treat to be remembered.
by S. Sherri
, Ohio on Mar. 2013
Worked like a charm
by L. LaDonna
, Georgia on Apr. 2012
Fun, easy and the kids (old & young) loved 'em!
by b. betty
, MS on Apr. 2012
A really creative idea. Will become a favorite.
Chocolate Chip Easter Baskets
by E. Elaine
, California on Apr. 2012
When I made these, I used the 12 mini pan and put mini liners in the pan to make it easier to remove them for the next batch. I used the tube type dough. I cut off a 1" slice of dough and cut that into 1/4. That was the perfect size. I also couldn't find the various color licorice strings so I used the sour strings They were so cute when finished and I got rave reviews from dad, the girls at the store (where I got all the supplies) and the neighbors children. I will definetly make them again.
Very cute and fun for the kids
by J. Jessica
, Holiday, fl on Apr. 2012
My 4 year old niece and I made these over the weekend and they were a hit at our Easter dinner. I made a double batch and used some sugar cookies in place of chocolate chip and also used cheesecake filling instead of icing on some as well. We really enjoyed making them and eating them!
by B. Barbara
, Roselle, IL on Apr. 2011
Easy and delicious candy to make that all in the family will enjoy!
Melting chocolate is the only cooking you'll do for this smooth and creamy chocolate pie. A great holiday pie without the hassle!
The reviews are in! This five-star recipe makes an unforgettably delectable holiday gift – one family, friends, and coworkers won't soon forget. And with easy variations, you can make milk chocolate, butterscotch, or peanutty chocolate fudge.