Sea Salt Mania & Chocolate Dipped Caramels

Chocolate Dipped Caramels with Sea Salt Recipe

This season it seems everywhere I look, I see chocolate topped with sea salt, caramel made with fleur de sel, or salted candies of some kind. And it tastes so good; that combination of salt, sugar and chocolate! I looked through our holiday recipes, and found a really easy sea salt, chocolate and caramel version using Toll House morsels. It looked easy enough for a kid.

So I enlisted the help of a very savvy 9 year-old in the kitchen. And I was right. My Little Assistant followed the directions, melted chocolate, dipped caramels and consulted on salt-chocolate flavor combinations. We ended up with 3 kinds: dark & mint chocolate with black lava sea salt, semi-sweet chocolate with Hawaiian clay sea salt and cinnamon, and semi-sweet chocolate with bamboo sea salt and lemon zest.

Chocolate Dipped Caramels with Sea Salt Recipe

They were all delicious, but the ones with lemon zest added a lovely citrus twang, and reminded me of summer. So they were my faves (shown above).

Premier White Lemon Cookies Recipe

Another great gifting idea (and another way to enjoy lemon during the winter) is these chocolate-dipped lemon cookies, shown above.


More holiday gifting recipe ideas:

Easy Chocolate-Dipped Ginger Cookies Recipe
Easy Chocolate-Dipped Ginger Cookies
Oatmeal-Chip Cookie Mix In A Jar Recipe
Oatmeal-Chip Cookie Mix In A Jar

One Comment

  1. Edie Burge
    Posted December 14, 2010 at 11:49 am | Permalink | Reply

    These look delicious and have inspired me to make these on a lazy weekend!

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