10 Joyfully Magical Chocolate Recipes

10 Joyfully Magical Chocolate Recipes

Milk, dark, white; melting or in crisp thins- chocolate gives happiness in big and small mouthfuls

We should all know how to make a chocolate something. Whether it's a chocolate chip cookie dough baked with salty potato chips, or a chewy rice-flour ondeh-ondeh bursting with liquid chocolate, or a bag of freshly-fried churros with a chilli chocolate dip, here are 10 joyfully magical chocolately recipes that bring you happiness in small and big mouthfuls.

1. Bursting Bite-Sized Chocolate Ondeh Ondeh Nibbles

Traditionally made with pandan leaf extract and filled with palm sugar, we have kicked the Ondeh Ondeh up a notch! Introducing the Chocolate Ondeh Ondeh, a perfect mouthful of glutinous rice balls plump with melted chocolate and coated with chocolate rice. Here’s a tip: eat it with your mouth closed or the precious liquid chocolate will squirt out all over the person next to you!

2. Freshly Fried Churros with Chilli Chocolate Sauce

Crispy on the outside, light and airy on the inside, freshly fried churros are a favourite treat in countries like Spain and Mexico. It is traditionally dipped in thick chocolate sauce, but we have spiced it up with a touch of chilli powder and birds-eye chilli! Here’s a secret from Spanish grandmothers– churros are great for making ahead. Simply allow them to cool after frying and pop them as is in the refrigerator in an airtight container. When it’s time to have them, heat them up with an oven at 180 degrees until crisp and golden.

3. Dark Chocolate Ginger Crème Brulee

Soft, sweet and creamy dark chocolate custard with a refreshing touch of ginger, our Dark Chocolate Ginger Crème Brulee will have your guests begging for more! Our favourite thing about this dish is that the ingredients are a staple in most kitchens so you can, quite literally, make some now. To cut through the richness, top it off with some strawberries.

4. Sweet Salty Chocolate Pretzel Milk Shake 

All chocolate lovers know this – a generous pinch of salt over chocolate can really enhance its flavour. Chocolate milkshake is no different but instead of using salt, this recipe calls for… the crunchy salty goodness of pretzels. A word of warning: This sweet and salty Chocolate Pretzel Milk Shake is so heavenly that there is no chance you will enjoy a normal chocolate milkshake after.

5. Milo Dinosaur Chocolately Pancakes

Having trouble with sleepyheads at home? Whip up our Milo Dinosaur Chocolate Pancake and we guarantee that they will spring right out of bed! On top of the usual pancake ingredients, we throw in a good dose of Milo powder which gives the pancake a lovely malt chocolate flavour. Top it off with our easy coconut whipped cream and Milo powder (yes, more chocolate!) for even more indulgence.

6. Melty Chocolate Peanut Fruit Kebabs

This is an awesome treat for the kiddos, both to prepare and to eat! Involve the little ones by getting them to piece together the fruits, peanuts and chocolate while you do the “dirty” deed of melting the chocolate. Not only are these sticks of Chocolate Peanut Fruit Kebabs healthy, it will keep them happily entertained!

7. White Chocolate Pots de Crème with Passionfruit

Our White Chocolate Pots de Créme with Passionfruit will be your next favourite dessert! Baked lovingly in a water bath, these little pots of sunshine house dense, rich and silky custard made of white chocolate cream, and a mixture of egg yolk and sugar. Finish with scoops of passionfruit and be amazed at the complex flavours of this dessert. 

8. Porridgy Breakfast Champorado Bowl

Indulge in a sweet Filipino sticky glutinous rice Champorado porridge with the double chocolatey blend of bitter dark chocolate and creamy milky white chocolate- perfect for a tea time snack or usually eaten for breakfast in the Philippines. If you like it even sweeter, add sugar- brown sugar for a mellow, deeply rich sweet sensation. 

9. Tangerine Cake with Vegan Chocolate Ganache

A bright, light and sweet citrus cake that infuses the air with the inviting scent of tangerines -the fruit that symbolises a new year. Spread smooth on top is a thick rich layer of melted vegan chocolate ganache for extra pleasure. For a gluten-free alternative, use almond or coconut flour instead for a still pleasurable Tangerine Cake with Vegan Chocolate Ganache.

10. Chunky Chocolate Potato Chip Cookies

Ridged and ruffled chocolate chip cookies is happiness first in a tray, then in a jar. Chunky chocolate drops and a crispy crackling of potato chips are generously tossed into one cookie. A little bit of crunch, a little bit of soft, gooeyness. What's more to love? Just our Chocolate Potato Chip Cookies.

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