Easy Dipped Shortbread Fingers
Spring is here and that means it is time to pack dinner into a picnic basket as often as possible and head out for an al fresco meal with the kids! We usually take cookies along on these occasions for dessert, but last week, I wanted to take that to the next level of delicious.
This post is part of a sponsored collaboration with Walker's Shortbread.
Walker's Shortbread is the natural choice for my family, we love the buttery flavor of shortbread, but spring days require something super special; after all, we are celebrating the return of feathered friends, the sunshine, and shorts, and we are sending our bulky coats back to the closet from which they came!
Within a few moments time, I took our favorite shortbread to new heights with 3 simple ingredients and very little effort! To make our picnic a nutty sweet affair after the meal had ended I offered my family Walker's Shortbread dipped and drizzled with white and dark chocolate and coated in crunchy walnuts. This was maybe the best ending to a meal that I have ever whipped up in under 3 minutes!
To begin, I laid out parchment paper and spread my shortbread fingers on it.
Next, I melted a fine brand of White Chocolate and a decadent brand of dark chocolate. I drizzled the melted goodness directly on to my shortbread.
Next, I sprinkled on chunks of raw walnuts and followed up with the dark chocolate.
Allow this to cool and harden for about 30 minutes. If you are in a rush, pop the cookies in the freezer for 10 minutes.
Serve or store in a sealed container for up to 4 days.
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