Chocolate Almond Cherry Crisps

  • kate1224 Posted: 10/27/09
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    I make these as part of my holiday cookie line-up-- a perennial favorite! Absolutely delicious!!

  • smith3576 Posted: 06/15/09
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    These couldn't be quicker or easier or more flexible to ingredients on hand. I made them as directed. My chocolate softened again after sitting our for an hour so not the best recipe for something that will be sitting out for a long time. I thought they were good, others thought they were great. Definitely a good go to for a dessert in a hurry.

  • wembley Posted: 12/22/08
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    Wonderful! I used the Welches mixed dried berries and chopped them a bit. Delicious!!

  • Confoody Posted: 02/09/10
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    Delicious and oh so easy to make! The chocolate with the sweet cherries are wonderful. Good for kids as well as adults. I whipped these up in minutes and brought to party that evening - everyone loved them!

  • cookfromsocal Posted: 03/22/09
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    These are so easy and taste wonderful. A crispy treat. Didn't change anything but next time will try the dried cranberries as previous reviewer suggested. A definite repeat.

  • Choconirvarna Posted: 09/14/09
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    Very rich, thoroughly decadent...2 small crisps are ample for me a confirmed chocoholic (OK, well maybe 3, if eaten slowly!) I used Ghirardelli chocolate (bittersweet and milk instead of white) and cranberries - slightly tart to balance out the sweetness. A (very) easy to make gourmet treat (super Mother's day gift the kids can make with or without Dad's help!)

  • Bella92 Posted: 01/08/11
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    I use my crock pot to melt the chocolate and use Craisins instead of cherries. These are perfect every time.

  • MeMyselfAndPie Posted: 11/19/10
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    These are wonderful. Basically little bite-sized candy bars, only fresher, healthier and less processed. And super easy. Loved them. Next time, I'm going to try them with dark chocolate and different nuts/fruits. The possibilities are endless! Step-by-step photos on my blog: http://tinyurl.com/24psscr

  • gypsy4 Posted: 02/09/10
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    I have been making these for the last 2 yrs. It would not be christmas for my family without these absolutely decadent and super easy to make.

  • zephyr2003 Posted: 01/18/11
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    These are delicious and sooooo easy to make. It says to store them in the refrigerator, which is fine, but I would make sure they have time to come to room temp. before you serve them because the texture is better when they are slightly softer. Like a previous reviewer said, just like a little bite-sized candy bar. And I loved the cherries in this recipe. These make a great treat to whip up if you're having company over or for the holidays, and they won't take time away from other, more time-consuming kitchen endeavors. A+!

  • charoulli Posted: 06/12/11
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    This was SUPER easy, SUPER fast, and SUPER delicious!!! I got a call that I was having people over and I finished this in no time!!! I make with strawberries instead of cherries (that's what I had on hand) and I actually used milk chocolate with white chocolate. It tasted great but I also want to try the semisweet chocolate. It probably won't be as sweet as with milk chocolate.

  • Bngbedard Posted: 05/12/13
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    These were so easy to make and soooo tasty! I toasted the almonds and chopped the cherries.

  • Morganne8 Posted: 03/15/12
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    Yeah these are amazing. I made a quadruple batch for the super bowl party my roomies and i had. They were gone in like an hour. Ridiculously tasty and easy,

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