Chocolate Bags

Serves: 2
Total Calories: 460


2 small paper bags*
6 ounces semisweet chocolate chips, melted


Trim the bags with a pair of scissors so they measure 3 inches tall. Open the bags to form a rectangle. Divide the chocolate between them, and, working quickly, use a spoon or pastry brush to brush the chocolate up from the bottom to completely coat the sides and corners, putting extra chocolate in the corners to make them firm. Smooth the chocolate on the bottom and make sure there are no bare spots. Place the bags on a plate and freeze for at least 1 hour.

Remove one bag at a time from the freezer, and, working from the bottom, carefully unfold the paper and pull it away from the chocolate. Place the unfilled Chocolate Bags on an attractive dessert dish in the refrigerator (or freezer) until ready to use.

*Most supermarkets have specialty coffee sections where fresh coffee beans can be purchased by the pound. Special bags that come in a variety of sizes are provided for purchasing these coffee beans. Or try shopping at a store such as The Container Store, which offers a variety of small bags for gifts. I prefer a bag with a base that measures 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches.

From ULTIMATE SMOOTHIES: delicious recipes for over 125 of the best smoothies, freezes, and blasts. Copyright © 2000 Donna Pliner Rodnitzky. All Rights Reserved.

Nutritional Facts:

Serves: 2
Total Calories: 460
Calories from Fat: 201

This Chocolate Bags recipe is from the Cook'n Ultimate Smoothies Cookbook. Download this Cookbook today.

"I must say this is the best recipe software I have ever owned."

"Your DVO cookbook software saves me time and money!"
-Mary Ann

"Call it nutrition software, meal planning software, cooking software, recipe manager, or whatever you want. It is the software I use to stay healthy!"

"Your software is the best recipe organizer and menu planner out there!"

"Thank you so very much for creating such a wonderful cooking recipe program. I think this is the best recipe program there is!"

"I saw lots of recipe software for PC computers but I was having a hard time finding really good mac recipe software. I'm so glad I discovered Cook'n! It's so nice to have all my recipes in a computer recipe organizer. Cook'n has saved me so much time with meal planning and the recipe nutrition calculator is amazing!!!

My favorite is the Cook'n Recipe App.