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Decadent Chocolate Fruffles

My mom and I recently dined at Red Robin during a shopping trip.
We noticed a new decadent dessert on the menu.  Chocolate Fruffles.

Described  as sinfully rich and soft fudgy brownies, dipped in dark chocolate snf bejeweled with French sea salt and sugar crystals. They serve them with  whipped cream and a side of berry sauce for dipping.

These rich brownie sticks are very easy to make.  You can use a brownie mix.  Bake them as instructed .  I would underbake them a little, so the center is moist and then cool.  After cooling,  stick them in the freezer to firm up, so you can dip them. Cut them into sticks, about 1/2" wide.

They are ready to be dipped! You can use a rich dark chocolate or semi-sweet chocolate. Melt as directed on package.  I used a microwave to melt mine.  30 seconds interval. You can also use melting discs
After dipping each brownie stick, lay on parchment paper and immediately sprinkle with your desired toppings.  Let set up and you are ready to go.

I served them with caramel sauce and then a raspberry sauce.

Get creative with this fudgy sticks.  After dipping them in a rich chocolate, sprinkle with French sea salt, coconuts, or nuts.

This is the French sea salt I am using. You can buy it from Amazon.
I am using a french fry holder for serving.  Red Robin likes to refer to these as fry - chocolate truffle, so Fruffles.....ha ha.

I like using Plate scrapers by Smuckers.

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  1. Oh my goodness, are you kidding me? They look amazing...and simple enough for me to make. Which could actually be quite dangerous!! Off to pin them...

  2. This is awesome. I must try this one! Pinning for sure!

  3. O my gosh those look so good.

    Linda C in Seattle

  4. Linda these looks awesome and yummy. I have never seen those plate scrapers. So cool.

  5. Delicious! I'm drooling.. :D

  6. These look so good and yummy. I know my college girl would love these. Thanks I can't wait to make them. :)

  7. YUMMY, Linda!! They are so easy and would be great for a chocolate fix!

  8. omg, you have my mouth watering! I have got to try the Plate Scrapers, haven't seen it before! Also, will definitely treat myself to some quality French sea salt! I'm so glad your mom is able to go shopping and to lunch!

  9. These do sound decadent Linda. They would make a great make ahead desert for a special occasion.

  10. O.K., I know what I want for my birthday. These look absolutely amazingly yummy!

  11. Oh wow Linda, these look delicious. I think it would be fun to make these and so many toppings to go with. I love how you've served them, like restaurant. I really enjoy using my sea salt, wouldn't be without. Now, I'm craving these :)

  12. OMGOSH Linda! Leave it up to you to come home and not only imitate the dessert but probably make it better than the restaurant serving.
    These look delicious and I think I put on about 5 pounds reading this post. lol xo Diana

  13. Hmmmm, so delicious, Linda!
    HAppy week to you and lots of Love, Claudia xo

  14. Great idea! Pretty pretty too Linda!

  15. This looks like a great special ocassion dessert for someone special - I'm thinking Valentine's Day next year!

  16. That really looks amazing. I can't eat sugar and sometimes I DREAM of chocolate! Then I eat a strawberry! heehee! Thanks for being such a sweet friend this past week! You've really gone above and beyond and I'll never forget it! Sweet hugs, Diane

  17. Linda, these look delish~! Thanks for sharing this idea.

  18. Linda, thanks so much for sharing this delicious treat with us. I know my dinner guests will enjoy them.


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