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Recipe: Dipped Wafers

Dipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #party

It’s St. Patrick’s Day! On Saturday I shared a quick and easy green velvet cookie recipe – I hope they turned out, if you tired them.

This holiday treat is ready in a jiffy – took less than 10 minutes (trip to the grocery store, not included).

Ingredients

  • 15-18 wafer cookies
  • 2 oz of bakers white chocolate
  • 1/2 of sprinkles
  • parchment paper

First – you need to get all of your ingredients together.

Dipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #party

Next – melt your white chocolate and get ready to decorate with green sprinkles.

Dipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #partyDipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #party

Open your wafers and get them ready.

You might want to taste test the quality of the wafers, just to ensure their freshness (I had 2). 🙂

Dipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #partyDipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #party

Now – dip the wafer in the melted chocolate – I actually found it easier to spoon it on – try one way and if it doesn’t work, try the other. Then, sprinkle on the sprinkles. Don’t dunk the wafer in the sprinkles, everything will clump and make a mess.

Dipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #partyDipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #party

Place on parchment paper for about 6 minutes until the chocolate has hardened.

Dipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #party

Done!

Dipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #partyDipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #party

Eat away or bring to work for a festive treat!

Dipped Wafers: 3ten.ca #celebrate #party

I store mine in the fridge, just so the chocolate stays hard…it’s not too fun if it’s all soft and melty.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Recipe

Recipe: Dipped Wafers
 
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Serves: 15
Ingredients
  • 15-18 wafer cookies
  • 2 oz of bakers white chocolate
  • ½ of sprinkles
  • parchment paper
Instructions
  1. First - you need to get all of your ingredients together.
  2. Next - melt your white chocolate and get ready to decorate with green sprinkles.
  3. Open your package of wafers and get them ready.
  4. Now - dip the wafer in the melted chocolate - I actually found it easier to spoon it on - try one way and if it doesn't work, try the other.
  5. Then, sprinkle on the sprinkles. Don't dunk the wafer in the sprinkles, everything will clump and make a mess.
  6. Place on parchment paper for about 6 minutes until the chocolate has hardened. Done!

 

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