I am so very pleased with them!
The secrets of my success:
Slow down: I made the Oreo Balls one night and dipped them in the chocolate the next day. I gave them a lot of time in the fridge.
Attention to detail: I used our brand new blender instead of the mixer, which made the dough more fine and less chunky. Last time I wasn't sure if I had used reduced fat Oreos and/or cream cheese. This time I ensured there was no skimping on the fat! I also melted the chocolate in the microwave (w/o shortening), the heat from using the stove kept softening the oreo balls too much last time.
Patience: I have quite a bit of patience when it comes to children but next to none in the kitchen. I am easily frustrated which usually leads to rushed, sloppy work. It took all my calming techniques, that I teach my clients in the therapy room, to finish this project. (Kind of sad or ridiculous, isn't it?)
Thanks for all the help and support!
This is another one of my favorites:
I <3 the Colts!
Even though I'm just a trainee, I still need an assistant...
and I'm teaching her early in the way she should go...wherever the Oreos are.
(Have you ever seen such crazy hair?!)
Heros earn medals. Angels earn wings.
Do DGT's earn golden spoons?