chocolate drizzle?

Discussion in 'Good Food' started by nalani, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. nalani geek-in-denial Well-Known Member

    I need a recipe for a chocolate drizzle .. you know, something i can drizzle onto cookies that will "dry" in place and not smug all over. It would be great if it could be substituted with white chocolate chips or peanut butter chips.

    thanks!
  2. chcr We're dancing for once! Too cute for words

    Just melt in in a double boiler. It has a very low melting point.
  3. nalani geek-in-denial Well-Known Member

    really? that's it? So many recipes were calling for adding oil or butter or some such fither father ... I'll give that a shot .. thanks!
  4. BeardofPants *shakes fist* New Member

    I think oil is only really used if you're trying to make choccie flake things (it apparently makes it more cohesive & therefore easier to scrape at).
  5. GrandCaravanSE Derby Guys Bang Harder! Active Member

    well if you want to get all technical there is some type of choclate at the store i work at made just for a choclate drizzle.
  6. chcr We're dancing for once! Too cute for words

    That's for dipping fruit in. I'd hate to say I'm a chocoholic but I do have a fountain for such stuff.

    I always add a little oil if I'm doing dark chocolate but just melt the milk chocolate. Oh, and it will be messy no matter what.
  7. GrandCaravanSE Derby Guys Bang Harder! Active Member

    you have a fountain? damn how much was that, that would look sweet on my counter top.
  8. chcr We're dancing for once! Too cute for words

    I don't remember but I wouldn't have paid more than fifty bucks for it. It's a small one, maybe eighteen or twenty inches tall.

    Edit: It's a real bitch to clean too.
  9. GrandCaravanSE Derby Guys Bang Harder! Active Member

    That is a reasonble sie for the price. how do you clean the old chocolate out of the pipes?
  10. Professur I'm just a fungii. Well-Known Member

    He's got a really long tongue ... and a really happy wife.
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  11. GrandCaravanSE Derby Guys Bang Harder! Active Member

    :rofl:
  12. tonksy Hitting the egg nog New Member

    They sell those fountain cheap enough at most stores that sell kitchen equipment.
  13. BB BB New Member

    Yes his wife really likes chocolate.

    *innocent is my middle name- honest*
  14. GrandCaravanSE Derby Guys Bang Harder! Active Member

    i guess i'll have to look for one.

    Hey BB never met you but Hello.
  15. BB BB New Member

    Wotcha :D
  16. tonksy Hitting the egg nog New Member

    *Sigh* It's cookie swap time and I have 2 that I am attending. That's a total of 10 dozen cookies to make and swap.
    Swapping means trading one for another. So even when you minus out the cookies for "tasting", that leaves me with about 6 dozen that I'll be bringing home.
  17. Inkara1 To err is human. To arr is pirate. Well-Known Member

    Well... hopefully they're good. Although if not... that gives you something to play hockey in the street with.
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  18. BB BB New Member

    short pleated skirts?

    Ink, you are a genuis of the image mate :D
  19. nalani geek-in-denial Well-Known Member

    do you also get the recipes?

    I love making cookies .. I just don't like the ones that take so much preparation .. or need a rolling pin .. or cookie cutters .. or .. mixing ... :D
  20. nalani geek-in-denial Well-Known Member

    how much is a "little" oil? and what about white chocolate? can I just melt that too?

    Me and Chris are making these shortbread cookies but doing different twists on the recipe .. in one we substituted orange extract for vanilla and added just a bit of orange zest .. that was YUMMY .. we thought a nice drizzle of white chocolate would go great with that.

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