I wanted to make a little something over the holidays to take with me on my visit to my granny. I decided it needed to be sweet and easy to make. We both enjoy a nice piece of chocolate, so I made these chocolate covered oranges to accompany our Christmas coffee.
What you'll need:
- 160 grams of orange peel
- 200 grams of dark chocolate
- optional: sea salt
Melt the chocolate in a bain marie
Dip the oranges in the melted chocolate
I added a bit of sea salt to half of the oranges and
let them harden on a sheet of baking paper.
I only needed to read the title and I knew I would love this recipe :)ReplyDelete
Yum! And sweet packaging too!
I love wrapping (ok, unwrapping too) gifts :-)Delete
A yummy and healthy treat!ReplyDelete
Exactly, lots 'o vitamin C!Delete
I love them! This is my fav sweet thing ever! I've never made them, I'll give it a try for sure, thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Let me know if you like them!Delete
Thats really cool! I'm not a fan of dark chocolate but I wouldn't trying that with milk chocolate. For NYE, we had strawberries covered with chocolate and those were really tasty.ReplyDelete
I LOVE chocolate covered strawberries, but I have never made my own. I can't wait for summer, so I can make them!Delete
Mmmmm, do i need to say more?ReplyDelete
Mmmmm....looks easy enough to do, and oh so yummy:DReplyDelete
I love easy kitchen projects!Delete
These look delicious, like I need to make them! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Chocolate makes everything better!ReplyDelete
It sure does!Delete
YUM! I love chocolate covered oranges and haven't had them in quite awhile. Yours look delicious.ReplyDelete
How scrumptious! Definitely want to wear these :)ReplyDelete
I need to make these soon. They look delicious.ReplyDelete
They don't just look delicious ;-)Delete
I do love this flavor combo! One of the candies I make is a dark chocolate and orange meltaway, with a very creamy interior. I can't keep them around--too dangerous!ReplyDelete
They do sound dangerous...Delete
looks yummy....chocolate goes with anything! lolReplyDelete
yes it does!Delete
So sweet! I love chocolate too..I guess, who doesn't? Haha. I miss my nana, actually all of my grandparents are no longer here, and it's so nice that you can visit and make something special just for her. :)ReplyDelete
I am very grateful that she is still around! Not that I know any of them, but from what I've heard, there are people who do not like chocolate!Delete
Looks divine! And I absolutely love your food photography skills! (Its too early - I almost spelled it "phood.") Anyways fabulous recipe! I pinned it!ReplyDelete
haha, thanks Liz!Delete
Yowza, what a brilliant idea and so healthy too. YUM yum yum, I can not wait to try them. xoxoReplyDelete
If you make them, let me know if you like them! My favorite was the half that had the sea salt.Delete
These look amazing! They'd make a great valentine's day gift too.ReplyDelete
Great idea to make them again next month :-)Delete
Het voor oma kaartje <3ReplyDelete
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These look delicious! Chocolate and orange is one of my favourite combinations and it's nice that it's a little bit different to chocolate covered strawberries. I'd be so pleased to recieve these! xxReplyDelete
Never thought of this but in my country, most restaurants and caterers offer fresh fruits dipped in rich chocolate. Although I would prefer your recipe because I'm not a fan of soft or melted chocolates. I prefer the coated version.ReplyDelete