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Wonderbag Valentine’s Day Recipe to test out this Wednesday

Wonderbag Valentine’s Day Recipe to test out this Wednesday

Are you looking for the perfect dessert to serve up on Valentine’s Day? Well here’s a super simple slow cooked Chocolate Dip recipe that’s perfect for dipping strawberries, apples, cookies or pretzels.

This Wonderbag recipe will allow for you to serve up something sweet for your loved one on Wednesday evening. The Wonderbag is perfect for this recipe because it’s not a direct source of heat so it won’t burn the chocolate, yet it will slow cook it while you work on other things…. such as Valentine’s Day Dinner! Beat the Valentine’s Day rush by placing your order online today at

Valentines Day Chocolate Dip(serves 2 people)



1 cup heavy cream
12 oz semi-sweet chocolate (chips or chopped baking chocolate)

1 tsp vanilla

¼ tsp kosher salt



Add the heavy cream to a medium pot over medium-high heat. Once the cream begins to bubble, add the chocolate and continuously stir until melted. Add the vanilla and kosher salt, and keep stirring.

Once the chocolate is smooth and bubbling, cover the pot, place in the Wonderbag and close. Slow cook in the bag
for 1-3 hours.

Remove from the Wonderbag and dip strawberries, cookies, pretzels, or even bacon into
the chocolate dip.

Prep Time: 10 mins

Stove Top Time: 10 MINS

Wonderbag Time: 1HR

Recipe credit: Whitney Bond of




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