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  • Ideas for the ultimate chocoholic dessert

    I'm definitely a chocoholic and its on my to do list to discover/come up with the ultimate chocoholic dessert. I don't want to restrict your ideas but I'm thinking it would consist of a range of different types of chocolatey things combined together in a way that just works really well.

    Hit me with your ideas!

  • #2
    Chocolate (semi-sweet more than 60 % dark) - 140gms Butter - 110gms
    Egg - 2
    Castor sugar - 140gms
    Flour - 3tbsp
    Vanilla essence 1/2 tsp


    Butter 8 ramekins and keep it aside. Using a double boiler melt the butter & chocolate and keep aside to cool
    In a separate bowl combine egg, sugar, vanilla essence & flour. Add the chocolate mixture & mix until blended. Divide mixture evenly among the ramekins and place it on the baking tray.
    Bake until the tops are firm and cracked but the chocolate beneath is hot and gooey about 15-18 minutes at 180 deg.

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    • #3
      I don't know if this is something you're looking for, but how about some Chocolate-Orange cookies


      - 100g bittersweet chocolate
      - 125g butter
      - 125g sugar
      - 1 pinch of salt
      - 1 egg
      - zest of one organic orange
      - 200g flour
      - 1 tsp. baking powder

      How to:

      1. grind the chocolate until fine/powdery
      2. zest one organic orange. Use organic because it has less pesticides on its skin than ordinary oranges
      3. mix the orange zest, sugar and butter together until well combined and smooth
      4. mix the flour, baking powder and ground chocolate together
      5. add the flour mixture to the egg mixture in ~ 3 steps and mix until well combined
      6. wrap the dough in plastic wrap and put it in the fridge for 2 hours to firm up
      7. sprinkle some flour on your work surface and on the dough as well
      8. roll the dough out, about 3-5mm thick
      9. cut out the cookies and place them on a baking sheet
      10. bake in the oven at 170 degrees Celsius for about 10-20 minutes, depending on the thickness of your cookies
      11. let them cool - and enjoy!


      • #4
        Chocolate-lover's rejoice! We're sharing 7 of our best chocoholic desserts, perfect for any Valentine's Day festivity you've got planned!

        1. Superfood Chocolate Truffles
        2. Chocolate Ganache Tart
        3. Decadent Chocolate Pomegranite Brownies
        4. Chocolate Fudge Bundt Cake
        5. Chocolate Raspberry Brownies
        6. Spiced Hot Cocoa
        7. Chocolate Ganache Recipe


        • #5
          Originally posted by timcook View Post
          Chocolate-lover's rejoice! We're sharing 7 of our best chocoholic desserts, perfect for any Valentine's Day festivity you've got planned!
          Are you planning to post recipes for these? If not I fail to see any value in your post.
          “If you are afraid of butter, use cream.”
          – Julia Child


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