Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Jina's Naughty 'n Spice Choco Surprise for Valentine's Day

Sex and chocolate are the ultimate pleasures, so why not combine them both in a spicy surprise you'll both enjoy this Valentine's Day?

The fun is not just in the eating, but in putting together a sexy choco version of his dream gal: You.

The surprise is the smooth sorbet or ice cream hidden under the whipped cream.

You'll have him thinking there's more to you than meets his eye.

Serves: 2

Preparation time: 5 minutes

Assembly time: 10-15 minutes


1 12-14 oz. bag of M&Ms (I used Cupid's Mix with red, white and pink M&Ms)

1 can of whipped cream

2 scoops of raspberry sorbet (or the ice cream/ sorbet of your choice)

Shredded coconut

2 chocolate or cocoa covered almonds

1 Hershey kiss

Ground cinnamon

1 oval serving platter

Arrange a bag of M&Ms on the oval platter into the shape of a sexy female torso using any color combination you like.

Be creative and put a hula skirt on her with shredded coconut as I have or a cute polka-dotted bikini top or leave her topless. It's up to you!

Use a Hershey kiss for her belly button.

Arrange two big scoops of your favorite sorbet or ice cream at the top of the platter. Make her any bra cup size you wish.

Add swirls of whipped cream over the scoops of sorbet.

Place a cocoa-covered almond on top of the whipped cream swirls.

Sprinkle with ground cinnamon.

You can add candies and spices of your choice to create a fun, romantic mood with your naughty 'n spice choco surprise that will have him thinking about you every time he grabs a handful of M&Ms.

Happy Valentine's Day!!

She embraced the way of the warrior: Two swords, two loves...


Wynter Daniels said...

I love that - sexy and creative! Great idea.

Michelle Polaris said...

Oh, Jina, I love this confection creation. My mind was in the gutter, however, since I didn't think the shredded coconut was clothing of any type. A sweet and spicy way to liven up the holiday indeed!

Jina Bacarr said...

Thankz, Wynter, I thought I'd do something fun with chocolate that was also different. It was also fun eating the leftover M&Ms!

Jina Bacarr said...

Michelle--you're right...the coconut can be in the eye of the beholder. That's what makes it spicy, too.

Dalton Diaz said...

LOL! Love this!

Jina Bacarr said...

Thankz, Dalton. Whoever said M&Ms were just for kids?

Naima Simone said...

LOL! Jina, I love it!! I'm am so going to try this out on Valentine's Day! My husband is going to blow something--hey! Scoop your minds out of the gutter, that's not what I meant!! LOL!

Anyhoo, great post! It's easy for those who can't cook and will make me look creative and romantic!

Jina Bacarr said...

Naima, I am so pleased that you'd like to try my choco surprise on Valentine's Day! Be sure to let us know how it turns out--take a picture if you can!!

Happy Valentine's Day to everyone!

Stephanie Adkins said...

This is so awesome! Thanks for posting it, Jina! I've printed it out for future reference. ;) Happy Valentines Day!

Savannah Stuart said...

I'm really late commenting but this is super cute!

Jina Bacarr said...


I'm glad you enjoyed it!! You can use any kind of candy pieces and change it to fit the holiday--e.g., orange and chocolate for Halloween, etc.

Happy Valentine's Day!

Jina Bacarr said...

I appreciate you stopping by, Savannah. It's a fun project to put together, both the assembly part (eating the chocolate as you go) and sharing it later on with your Valentine!