5 Easy To Make Chocolate Desserts Recipe

“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.”

-Charles M. Shulz

Chocolate is the food of the soul whose delicious flavor never cease to amaze our taste glands. It is your best companion for the happy days when you feel on the top of the world and in those gloomy days when you don’t want to step out of your bed. Yes, they are the mood-enhancer and perfect to sweeten up your romantic moments. If you are a bit bored of eating plain, simple chocolates, then we are bringing you some easy to make chocolate desserts that won’t take much of your time and make the perfect treat for special moments.

Grilled Chocolate Sandwich with Chocolate Sauce

Both simple and yummy, a grilled chocolate sandwich is the perfect fusion of bread and chocolate in which both the components are equally matched. They are crisp, glutinous and delectably chaotic when dipped in the caramel sauce. To prepare this dessert, you need to heat the milk until boiling, add chocolate to it and then whisk smoothly. Spread butter on one side of the slice of bread, put the chocolate mixture on the unbuttered side, and press lightly. Now cook the sandwiches in a non-stick pan over medium-high heat until they turn brown. Then, serve the sandwiches with the caramel dipping sauce.

Chocolate Custard

On those lazy summer days, when you don’t want to spend much time in the kitchen, but feel like having something sweet and light, chocolate custard is the best option. To prepare delightful chocolate custard- Heat milk on the stove until boiling, add dark chocolate pieces to it and stir well. Add egg yolks in a cup with the sugar and beat until smooth. Now add a few tablespoons of the chocolate milk to it and mix well with no lumps. Add the egg mixture to the rest of the chocolate milk and whisk over the low heat until it becomes thick. And you are ready to enjoy your yummy chocolate custard.

Chocolate Mousse

Who could have thought that some chocolate, water and good five minutes can help you prepare one of the yummiest desserts in the world? All you have to do is melt chocolate in water and whisk until it becomes thick. And you are good to go!! You can also freeze it for an hour to get that melt-in-your-mouth consistency. This recipe entirely depends upon the chocolate, so make sure you use good quality of chocolate.

Nutella Soft Serve

Nutella is the first thing that comes to our mind when we crave for chocolate hazelnut spread. You just need some frozen bananas and nutella to create creamy nutella soft serve. Slice banana into chunks and freeze them for at least two hours. Put the frozen slices of banana in a food processor and blend them till the consistency change from lumpy to creamy. Now add two scoops of nutella and blend them one more time. Put it back in the freezer for 5-10 minutes for a soft-serve evenness and then serve in the bowl or ice-cream cone.

Molten Chocolate Mug Cake

This yummy dessert, cakey outside and saucy inside tastes heavenly when melts in your mouth. Perfect for the midnight cravings when you just want something sweet. Try it once, and you will be addicted forever. Take a large mug and put in it flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and cocoa powder, and stir well. Then add some melted butter and milk in it. Afterward, add egg yolks and a splash of vanilla. Stir the mixture well and add in a few pieces of chocolate. Now put the mug in the microwave for 1 to 2 minutes. Take it out of the oven, wait for 2-3 minutes and dig in!!

When all you can think about is sweet goodness, we hope these easy to make chocolate desserts pamper your taste buds in the best manner. Just a few minutes of preparation with easily available ingredients and you will get your dreamy desserts!!

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Apeksha Rawat

Apeksha Rawat is a passionate writer who believes in working hard and putting her best foot forward. She is fond of trying all the new DIY trends and loves to channelise her creative side in all her tasks. She is a brilliant storyteller and is always ready to help every member of the team.

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