A friend of ours sent over some fun Halloween gifts for my daughter last week which was so thoughtful and she was so excited to get them in the mail.
I immediately was excited to see jell-o jiggler molds included. I haven’t had jell-o in years (and my daughter has never had it due to our food restrictions,) so I thought of another fun way to use the molds by making chocolates for Halloween.
I grabbed our favorite allergy-friendly chocolates (Enjoy Life mini chips,) heated them up on the stove and poured them into the molds!
These chocolate chips are delicious and are dairy, nut and soy free.
I took our favorite chocolate chips and poured them into a pot onto the stove. Heated on low and stirred continuously.
The fun part about this is you can use any molds you’d like and I have a feeling I’ll be making these again and again for a special treat for me and my daughter!
KIDS IN THE KITCHEN
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