Outgoing people always seem to have the most fun at parties. They flit between groups, start up conversations with strangers, and end the night with piles of more friends. I just don't do that. I laugh with friends, enjoy the food and drinks, and wait for the more outgoing people to come up to me.
The only time I am in my element is when I am the host and I am serving my home cooked food. I can talk to anyone about what I cook and compliments about my food make me open up to everyone. Food helps me get out of my shell.
That's why today I am sharing a recipe to make with friends and family at a summer party. It's simple, fun, and will magically make even the shyest person in the room come out of their shell.
Magic Shell Chocolate Sauce
1 cup of chocolate chips (milk chocolate, dark chocolate, or whatever you fancy with ice cream)
2 tablespoons coconut oil (the secret to this sauce is the coconut oil because it's solid at room temperature and turns liquid as it warms up)
1. Combine chocolate chips and coconut oil in a microwavable bowl. Microwave for 30 second periods, stirring in between, until chocolate is fully melted.
3. Pour any leftover sauce into a glass jar and keep on a shelf for future use. The coconut oil will solidify the sauce as it cools, but all you'll have to do is remove the lid and microwave the jar of sauce for about 30 second or so for the fun to start again!
If you're looking for some more easy summer party recipe ideas, look at these Barbecues as Easy as 1 2 3 menus from Life Made Delicious! I think my Magic Shell Chocolate Sauce recipe would fit right in here.
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