Hope you all had a nice weekend. We had a great one, with perfect warm weather and some good food.
The dessert I made this weekend has a lot of fond memories attached to it...this was the first recipe I ever made or shall I say, my cooking experience started with this recipe.
My neighbour had passed on this recipe to me and I still remember that after making this dessert, I was jumping around with joy, and with pride in my eyes I served this to my family and cousins... it was like a big achievement for me :-)
All these sweet memories were refreshed when I made this dessert. I did change the recipe a bit, though, to match the development of my taste buds since then and also trying to avoid too many calories :-)
50 gram - dark chocolate (I used one with 80% cocoa solids), melted and slightly cooled
2 tbsp - honey (more or less)
2 tbsp - powdered milk
1 1/2 tbsp - hazelnuts, finely crushed
4 pieces - leibniz whole wheat biscuits ( or any other biscuits), roughly broken
2 handfuls of mini marshmallows
- Add honey, powdered milk, hazelnuts to the melted chocolate and mix well.
- Add the biscuits and marshmallows to the chocolate mixture and mix lightly.
- Spoon the mixture in the greased moulds/bowls and let it chill in the refrigerator for approx 2 hrs.
- I served the set chocolate in paper cups to make them look more inviting :-)
Hope you like this chocolate delight as much as we did!