Chocolate Toasting, Tasting, “Souping” Cups!

With the new Fall/Holiday catalog now available, you will be seeing more new and creative recipes using some old favs combined with our new product.  This month to showcase our Dark and White Chocolate Toasting Cups, Chef Mark created a Mixed Berry Soup. Perfect for summer entertaining!

I am calling it A Berry, Berry Good Soup.

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Berry, Berry Good

Petite Toasting Cups
with Mixed Berry Soup

Yield: 2 boxes DCD Toasting Cups
½ cup cranberry cocktail
¼ cup yogurt (any kind)
1 packet DCD Frosty White Chocolate Smoothie Mix
1 cup frozen or fresh mixed berries, thawed
(strawberries, blueberries, raspberries)
1 tablespoon DCD Raspberry Dessert Sauce, prepared
2 boxes DCD Toasting Cups
Optional Ingredients:
1 bar DCD Chef Series Dark or White Chocolate, shaved
1. In a blender, combine cranberry cocktail, yogurt,
Smoothie Mix, berries, and Raspberry Sauce.
2. Blend on high speed for 60 seconds, until liquefied and
3. Divide evenly among Toasting Cups. Garnish with
shaved chocolate, if desired.

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