Chocolate Graveyard Raw Whipping Cream

Are you guys ready for what we have in store for you?!

Just in time for Halloween, we bring you these delightfully easy whipping cream treats. These are so ridiculously easy to make, and so tasty, that we don't know why we haven't done this for past Halloween parties. 

The first thing we started out with (because we figured this might be the hardest part of the whole recipe) was decorating the "tombstones". Thankfully it proved to be much easier than initially thought. Hey, that's ok with us! More time for wine!

As with all things in life, we learned that there was a bit of trial and error with the writing. It was easy to do, we just had a few casualties along the way (we just considered it nibbling food).

As with all things in life, we learned that there was a bit of trial and error with the writing. It was easy to do, we just had a few casualties along the way (we just considered it nibbling food).

This part proved to be a bit of fun for us too. There's probably a more conventional way of crushing these cookies (food processor, etc.) but we decided to be a little more primitive and just throw it all in a bag and smash it with a spoon. It was fun...loud, but fun. 

Now that you have all the "accessories" sorted out and made, you're going to want to get to the bulk of it. Basically, you're going to want to follow the recipe we did for the Homemade Whipped Cream, but beat it a little longer to make a thicker whipping cream. It's a personal preference to how thick you want it, so just play it by ear. 

Once you have that made, combine everything. We noticed it looks a little neater with the "dirt" surrounding the "tombstones", so we made sure to put the tombstones in before we covered the top with cookie crumbs. It just looked more...natural (if that makes sense). 

All you have to do now is dig in and enjoy. Or you can pass them out too. It's just so much nicer to sit in a corner and nibble them all away though (we know, we did it).

Full recipe card below! Enjoy! 




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