December 17, 2013

Double Chocolates and Ambrosia Chocolate

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Ambrosia Chocolate~




Here in Wisconsin we are known for:
Beer, Brats, Cheese and
Our Love of  Sports.
But what people might not know is...
Here in Wisconsin we have a Sweet Tooth~
We love our Chocolate...
Good, Quality Chocolate....
Ambrosia Chocolate...

It you are from Wisconsin and
you carry on your family's tradition of making homemade Chocolate Christmas Candy,
you know all about Ambrosia Chocolate.
Your grandma, mom, great aunts, in-laws, everyone you know....
makes Christmas candy using Ambrosia chocolate.

It is "The Only" chocolate you would use to make your Christmas Candy with.
During the months of November and December,
you can find Ambrosia Chocolate at any grocery store in Wisconsin.
You can buy it by the pound or in 10-20 lb slabs.

Ambrosia Chocolate has been in Milwaukee since 1894 and
it has been a family tradition in Wisconsin ever since.
As soon as my Christmas tree is up and decorated,
it's time to go to the grocery store and
buy some Ambrosia Chocolate.
It just would not be Christmas at my house without Ambrosia Chocolate...
sitting on the counter top...
waiting to be melted and
made into my families favorite candies~
Oh how I love the smell of melting Chocolate.
Peanut Cluster Anyone?? Double Chocolate??

Double Chocolates~
Truffles
Recipe from my Grandma Rose


Double Chocolates or Truffles

Ingredients
  • 2 pounds dipping chocolate, (Ambrosia or any good quality chocolate)
  • 1/2 pint heavy whipping cream
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 pound dipping chocolate, (Ambrosia or any good quality chocolate)
  • 1 1/2 cups finely chopped peanuts
Cooking Directions
  1. Melt dipping chocolate in a double-boiler until smooth and creamy.  Let chocolate cool until lukewarm.
  2. Whip whipping cream with 2 tablespoons sugar and a pinch of salt, until stiff peaks form. Fold whipped cream into cooled chocolate. Place mixture in the refrigerator until you can roll mixture into 1 inch balls. Roll chocolate/cream mixture into balls. Place balls on 2 large baking sheets lined with foil. Place balls in refrigerator overnight. Melt 1 lb. dipping chocolate, cool.
  3. Place crushed peanuts in a shallow baking dish. Dip balls into melted chocolate and then roll in crushed peanuts. Place balls on wax paper lined baking sheets. Put back in the refrigerator until chocolate is set. Place balls between sheets of wax paper in a covered container. Store in refrigerator.
Chocolate, Candy, ChristmasFood Review Truffles





For more interesting facts about Chocolate in Wisconsin check out: On Milwaukee
Note: The views here at my own.
I was not asked nor am I being compensated from the Ambrosia Chocolate Co.
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