5 Ways To Add Your Favourite Chocolate Bar To Your Usual Dessert
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Do you like to eat something sweet after a meal or just like to nibble every now and then? But do you often take a walk to the refrigerator, spot your favourite chocolate bar and settle on eating a few of them instead of making an actual dessert? If you nodded yes, this article is a must-read for you, especially if it caters to your sweet tooth.

If you love your chocolate bar so much that you’re choosing it instead of the world of desserts, here are some options you can make with that candy of yours. Yes, you read that right; with these easy-to-follow recipes, you would neither have to give up on chocolate nor would you have to take the time to make something elaborate. So, why don’t you get started?

Chocolate Parfait

Instead of settling for a plain old parfait or just munching a chocolate bar, why don’t you mix the two and have an impeccably tasting dessert? Start by crushing or cutting your favourite chocolate into pieces and layer it in a tall glass. Then, add a layer of yoghurt or custard covering the chocolate. Next, chop up some fruits like mangoes, bananas, apples, etc., and add them to the next layer. Finally, add some whipped cream garnish with the chocolate pieces and dive right in.

Sundae Bar

What’s better than different scoops of ice cream topped with a chocolate bar? So, why don’t you take a bowl and add two or three scoops of the same or different flavours of ice cream? You can then add chopped dry fruits and nuts like almonds, cashew nuts, walnuts, and raisins. Then, garnish with a generous amount of molten chocolate with a side of that chocolate bar you so badly wanted to have.

Chocolate French Toast

This is an interesting combination that you won’t regret trying. To make chocolate French toast, start by whisking together some eggs, milk, powdered sugar, and cinnamon. Then, take a few slices of bread, cut little pockets that can hold pieces of chocolate bar and soak them in the whisked mixture. Now, stuff the little pockets with chocolate pieces and cook your toast. Garnish with some honey and chocolate sauce, and it’ll be like nirvana served on a plate.

Chocolate Mug Cake

Chocolate mug cake is a quick and easy fix for your cravings. All you need to do is make a regular batter for chocolate cake with maida (all-purpose flour), baking soda, sugar, butter, cocoa powder, etc. After whipping up the batter, chop some bite-sized pieces of your favourite chocolate bar and some of the chunks to the batter. Pour the contents into a mug and microwave for about ten minutes, and you’ll have a cake with the flavour of your favourite chocolate.

Crispy Cookies

If you have some time on your plate, you can bake some cookies with a twist that gives you a hint of your candy bar in every bite. To make a batch of these crispy cookies, mix the dry ingredients like flour, cocoa powder, sugar, baking soda, and a pinch of salt. Then, uniformly mix the wet ingredients like milk, butter, vanilla essence, etc. After whisking the dry and wet ingredients, you’ll get a smooth batter. Add a large number of chocolate bits to the batter, arrange the batter in balls, and bake. After about twenty minutes, you’ll get your mouth-drooling chocolate cookies.