10 Things You Can Dip in Chocolate (and call it a gift!) Easy no bake holiday food gifts anybody can make!
Salty Spanish peanuts, (skins on!) enrobed in dark chocolate make the most irresistible crunchy little clusters. Package them in a cute tin and prepare to get compliments.
Get the recipe here: Spanish Peanut Clusters.
Yes, you read that right. Just dip, bag, bow, ‘n go. They’re amazing, by the way.
Get the recipe here: Chocolate Dipped Fritos
Chewy sweet/tart apricots become a luxe treat when you dip them in good quality chocolate. This is the kind of thing you find in high end chocolatiers, and they’re so easy to make at home. The best last minute gift ever!
Get the recipe here: Dark Chocolate Dipped Apricots.
This is a classic, and always a great idea if you can get your hands on some good berries.
Get the recipe here: Easy Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
Nabisco Famous Wafers
These thin mints are always a big hit ~ just dip the chocolate wafers in white chocolate and shower with crushed candy-canes, festive and easy-peasy!
Get the recipe here: Easy No Bake White Chocolate Thin Mints
There’s something about the sweet and salty combination that gets ’em every time. The key to these dipped pretzels is to splurge on top grade chocolate (it’s a gift, after all!)
Get the recipe here: Dark Chocolate Dipped Pretzels
Macadamia nuts are special on their own, but enrobe them in buttery blonde chocolate and you’ve got quite a treat. Make your own caramelized chocolate or buy it ready made for this unusual recipe.
Get the recipe here: Blonde Macadamia Bark
I’ve always loved this idea, they make such a pretty presentation and you can give them on their own, or with a bag of hot cocoa mix packaged in an oversized mug.
Get the recipe here: Chocolate Dipped Spoons
Find the readymade citrus slices at Trader Joes, then dip in great chocolate, which can also be found at TJs. To candy the oranges from scratch, see the recipe below.
Get the recipe here: Chocolate Dipped Candied Oranges
Turn a box of crackers into a gorgeous box of ‘homemade’ holiday cookies ~ no one needs to know your secret ;)
Get the recipe here: No Bake Chocolate Covered Ritz Cracker Cookies