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Chocolate Cups w/ Berries Soaked in Chocolate Balsamic

Recipe by This is such a fun and moderately healthy dessert! Super easy and quick to make!


  • Assortment of mixed berries (approx. 16 oz. total)
  • 2 Tbl. - 1/4 cup Dark Chocolate Balsamic
  • 1 package chocolate chips (dark or semi-sweet)


Wash and slice berries to fit in the medium tartlet or mini muffin tray. Pour balsamic over the berries and toss to allow balsamic to soak into the berries while you prepare the chocolate cups.Place one bag of semisweet (or dark) chocolate chips in your Mini Round Mold. Melt chocolate chips in the microwave for 60-90 second intervals at 50% power. Stir between each interval and be careful not to overheat the chocolate. Once melted (most likely after 2-3 intervals) place mini muffin or medium tartlet tray on perforated baking sheet and use the silicone pastry brush to paint chocolate up the sides of each shape. I like to fill the shapes about ¼ full with a spoon and then use the pastry brush to brush evenly up the sides. Once spread evenly over the shapes, place tray and baking sheet in refrigerator to set. It usually only takes 10-15 minutes to set. To remove chocolate shell from mold, gently pull back the sides of each shape to release from the shell. If transporting the chocolate shells, it is best to transport in the tray and keep chocolate cold before unmolding. White chocolate melts much more quickly then dark chocolate so definitely make sure the white chocolate is cold before unmolding. Unmold before filling with berries or cream or any fun fillings like ice cream, sorbet or mousse. Enjoy!

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