Happy Saturday! I have a serious sweet tooth post coming your way. It’s only fitting since my last batch was on Valentine’s Day. Personally, I think these guys are great for learning how to draw, collage, creating imaginative works, and designing hidden picture video games.
But where did these yummy illustrations come from? A cookbook from the the early 20th century – 1908 to be exact. It was originally archived by the Library of Congress, but you can also find the full color-illustrated cookbook on Archive.org. All the images in this post were curated from the chocolate dessert section. And that section was huge, as the cookbook was also sponsored by a chocolate company.
So without further ado. Let’s get chocolate wasted!
2-Ingredient Chocolate Desserts
Don’t have time or money to waste? These recipes only take two ingredients to make and are done in a snap. I found these recipes on AllRecipes.com, Enjoy!
- Oreo Cookie Bark
- Nutella Coconut Fudge Pops
- Chocolate Covered Potato Chips
- Chocolate Blueberry Bark
- Dark Chocolate Almond Clusters
How to Make Your Own Dessert Illustrations
Need help drawing your own chocolate illustrations? Check out these tips and tutorials for drawing candy, ice cream, cake, and more yummy treats.
- How to draw a chocolate bar
- Tutorial: Drawing Chocolate Candy
- How to draw a simple chocolate ice cream cone
- Draw a chocolate cake step-by-step
How to Score Free Chocolate Samples
Free chocolate, anyone? Here are some brands and services that give away free chocolate samples, and a few other tricks for scoring chocolate freebies.
- Attend a food fair
- Go to the mall. If you’re lucky, you can score free samples.
- 2000 Freebies has a ton of free sample links. I found some for Lindt chocolate, Oreo cookies, and Godiva.
- Check websites and coupons of your favorite chocolate brands for fee samples opportunities.
- Look for new chocolate brands that are giving away free samples to promote their brands.
- And my personal favorite: free sample Saturdays at Costco 🙂
And one last chocolate illustration before I go.
Until next time, internet.
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