Dallas Chocolate Shops Get Busy Making Chocolate Bombs
Do you remember those fascinating cake cutting videos? Not the wine glass, but the one that looked like a real object, let’s say a shoe, then a knife enters the stage on the left and cuts through a two-layer cake? Synapses in your brain go off like fireworks trying to process everything. Is it all cake? Am i cake
Well, seeing chocolate bombs melt and finally explode under a flood of warm milk is about that level. You can’t turn away until the chocolate gives way and marshmallows float on top.
A not quite finished chocolate bomb.
Haute sweets patisserie
Dallas chocolatiers certainly take advantage of the chocolate bomb movement. And we say “Good for you!” In a difficult year, some are working around the clock to meet our insatiable need for chocolate bombs.
Haute Sweets Patisserie is trying to get better after an unfortunate accident in their shop that closed the kitchen.
“This enthusiasm surprised us,” says Haute Sweets’ owner and cook Tida Pichakron. “Now that we’ve done 90% post-accident repairs to the kitchen, we’ve been trying to recreate any lost holiday goodies and fulfill all of the orders for those bombs. It’s been a blessing for us to help bring in much-needed revenue to.” to recover. ”
The Haute Sweets Patisserie will continue to make their “Haute Chocolate” bombs. Keep an eye on the website for updates. Their Mexican chocolate bomb is made from 70% dark Luker chocolate and is flavored with cinnamon, nutmeg and cayenne pepper. You can also take a pan of your cinnamon rolls with you while you’re at it.
Carl the Snowman is such a hot item at Kate Weiser Chocolate that they can barely keep up with demand. Carl, whose name is an acronym for Chocolate and Real Love, is a double-decker snowman made from dark chocolate, a belly-thick cocoa mixture, and a mini marshmallow brain. His pink friend Carla is peppermint and chocolate (sold separately). These $ 32 chocolate bombs fill five cups. There are a limited number of Carls in the Kate Weiser store in Trinity Groves, Neiman Marcus, and Central Market.
The best little mother-daughter chocolate shop in the Bishop Arts District, CocoAndré Chocolatier, is also busy making chocolate bombs. Their adorable confectionery is filled with lucky charms, dark chocolate peppermint, milk chocolate, white chocolate peppermint or just dark chocolate for purists. But don’t sleep on your chocolate scrooge or dirty horchata. If their website is down, it means they are in the kitchen. just keep dropping by.
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Everything for a chocolate bomb.
Isabelly’s chocolate and desserts in Richardson use Belgian chocolate for their bombs, including caramel, cinnamon, and espresso for $ 5 each. They also have hot chocolate pops which is a laissez-faire approach but certainly just as tasty. Imagine the espresso with Kaluha.
Cake Magick also came into play and will have wrapped bombs baked in Flourish in Trinity Groves on the evenings of Thursday December 17 and December 23, which are great for stocking stuffing.
Green’s Produce in Arlington has started making cocoa bombs from Ghiradelli chocolate. You can also buy milk from the small, family-run Volleman’s dairy farm. There are a variety of bombs packaged in different quantities and items of equipment.
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