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Easy Valentine's Day Dessert

While my husband was in Spain for a work conference, my son and I decided to make our own Valentine's Day chocolates. Who needs an expensive box of See's Candy when you can make your own approximation?

First step, melt some chocolate chips in the microwave, stirring every thirty seconds until melted. Ghiradelli 60 percent dark chocolate chips are what we used.

Second step, stir in your favorite nuts. We used salted cashews.

Third step, scoop small spoonfuls onto a plate covered with wax paper

Last step, put in the fridge for an hour.

Enjoy these salty sweet treats with someone you love!

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