These are sooooo easy.  And delicious.  And chewy and wonderful.  They are a great last minute gift for father’s day, if your dad likes mango…although you can order a super awesome brownie cake with cookie dough truffles for Dad if you’re in the GTA and place it by midnight tonight!  Just give me a shout at laurenbreuer@gmail.com.  OR you can make these.  There.  Father’s day is solved!

Now it’s mango time. 

All it takes is:

  • 200g dried mango
  • 1/2 cup dark chocolate
  • 1/4 cup shredded coconut

You’ll also need a double boiler, some parchment paper and a cookie sheet (as well as some flat space in your fridge).

This has got to be the easiest thing I’ve ever posted.

  1. melt the chocolate, stirring to make sure everything is evenly melted
  2. dip in the mango slices (for the first few you’ll have too much chocolate on them, so wipe them on the side of the bowl to get ride of excess)
  3. lay each chocolate dipped slice on parchment covered cookie sheet
  4. sprinkle with coconut.
  5. refridgerate until chocolate is solid.
  6. use a wooden spoon to eat any remaining chocolate from the bowl.

Okay, so I didn’t have to include that 6th step, but really, you don’t want to waste any chocolate.  You don’t want to be that person!

Here’s another chocolate dipped idea:


Strawberries covered in chocolate topped with chopped pistachio=awesome!  Considering how easy these are, I’m thinking they should be on  a weekly rotation in every home. What do you say?

Tropical Chocolate Mango
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Serves: 10-15
 
Ingredients
  • 200g dried mango
  • ½ cup dark chocolate
  • ¼ cup shredded coconut
  • You'll also need a double boiler, some parchment paper and a cookie sheet (as well as some flat space in your fridge).
Instructions
  1. melt the chocolate, stirring to make sure everything is evenly melted
  2. dip in the mango slices (for the first few you'll have too much chocolate on them, so wipe them on the side of the bowl to get ride of excess)
  3. lay each chocolate dipped slice on parchment covered cookie sheet
  4. sprinkle with coconut.
  5. refridgerate until chocolate is solid.
  6. use a wooden spoon to eat any remaining chocolate from the bowl.
  7. Okay, so I didn't have to include that 6th step, but really, you don't want to waste any chocolate. You don't want to be that person!
Lauren Breuer

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