For the chocolate, butter, and cream steps, just make sure to thoroughly melt the butter and heat up the cream before adding the chocolate, otherwise it will seize. Cold liquid to warm chocolate? Nope. Hot liquid to cold chocolate? No problem! If you're not into the double boiler situation, you can go ahead and heat the butter and chocolate together in the microwave in 20-30 second stints, while scalding the cream on the stove. When the chocolate and butter are completely melted together and the cream is steaming, slowly pour the cream into the chocolate mixture and stir constantly until completely combined. Either way works!
All in all, these drool worthy bars take some time to make and a little more focus than usual to make but they are truly worth every single second. Lots of cooling is required so make sure to start these early on before your Thanksgiving feast! In fact, I would make them the day before, and let them cool over night to really set up. Serve these to your family and friends this Thanksgiving to make a perfect end to a delicious meal! (complete with these Easy Cranberry Daiquiris to start of course 😉 )Print