The Microwave: Dressed Up S’Mores: Marshmallow Dessert Nachos

“This dessert will make you a star among whoever you serve it to!” says the promo material for this recipe. It is really unique and great fun food for a party.

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The Microwave: Glorious Black and White Fudge for Giving with Love

Fudge making has a bad rap. Making it is messy, you need a thermometer, the stove heat can’t be too hot to burn the chocolate, and there is a big chance it will turn out grainy. Its easier to head over to See’s candy and buy a box of ultra sweet fudge.

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Chocolate Nut Truffles

Chocolate truffles are rolled into rough balls that look like their name-sakes, the earthy subterranean fungi that grows under oak trees and is a savory culinary delicacy and quite rare. They are intensely sweet and able to be devoured in one bite, a satisfying treat for the most discerning chocolate addict.

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Homemade Honey Vanilla Marshmallows

Considering how easy it is to make marshmallows and how appealing they are, it’s surprising that they are so infrequently made at home. They are way more tender and flavorful than store-bought, especially when a little honey is incorporated to round out the taste. They also don’t have all sorts of strange ingredients.

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