In the February issue of Texas Highways, writer Mary O. Parker delves into the sweet success of Lammes Candies, which has been making fine chocolates in Austin for more than 100 years. In the 1970s, Lammes debuted its now-popular chocolate-covered strawberries, which attract customers by the droves—especially in February. But it’s possible to make your own. We can’t guarantee they’ll be as pretty, but it’s hard to go wrong, taste-wise, with berries and chocolate. The only special equipment you need is some parchment paper or wax paper. Some recipes call for adding instant coffee granules, liqueurs, and fruit zest, but this recipe keeps things simple.
Published in Recipes: Desserts