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“My Familys Favorite Food” Contest: Vote for the Best Homemade Chocolate Recipe!

Chocoholics unite … it’s voting time! We asked readers to share their family’s favorite homemade chocolate recipe, and we received a trio of mouthwatering submissions! Check them out after the jump!

From an Oreo and peanut butter chocolate spread to homemade Ferrero chocolates, our readers sure do know how to satisfy their sweet tooth! Vote for your favorite by commenting on this post with your pick!

The chef of the winning chocolate recipe will win a sweet prize pack from Pampered Chef … plus they’ll have their recipe featured here on Family Kitchen!

Happy Voting!

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  • Oreo Peanut Butter Dip 1 of 3
    Oreo Peanut Butter Dip
    "Our favorite treat is this Oreo peanut butter dip. With just four ingredients, this recipe makes 3 half-pint jars: one to keep and share with your family, one to keep hidden for yourself, and one to share with friends! This dip is fabulous on pretzels, crackers, cookies, and a spoon!"
    — Submitted by Aimee Shugarman
  • Chocolate-Covered Oreo Balls 2 of 3
    Chocolate-Covered Oreo Balls
    "Delicious and moist, these chocolate-covered Oreo balls melt in your mouth. And what's great about them is you can decorate them any way that you would like!"
    — Submitted by Cara Otten
  • Homemade Ferrero Chocolates 3 of 3
    Homemade Ferrero Chocolates
    "This Valentine's Day, I made my husband homemade Ferrero chocolates. It was a fun chocolate to make, and my husband thought it tasted better than the real thing!"
    — Submitted by Fareen Jadavji Jessa

This contest has ended — stay tuned for the winning recipe!

More on Babble: 15 homemade chocolate recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth

 

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