Chocolate bunnies are great, but there are way more creative ways to eat chocolate with kids!
Half-do-it-yourself, half-delight, this little experience will give your tasting a festive air. Lightly inflate a few balloons and dip them in melted chocolate. When your chocolate has hardened, pop the balloons and remove them from your pretty edible ice cream bowls!
Hot Chocolate Spoons
For their hot chocolate, hot milk or coffee, these chocolate spoons are ideal. You will watch the chocolate slowly melt and you will draw small sweet currents in your hot drinks. It's zen in addition to being good!
If you love chocolate covered marshmallows, these fake mini hot chocolate cups will have you cracking up! Just stick small marshmallows on top of your large chocolate marshmallow and use a piece of candy cane or pretzel for the handle.
This idea is often seen on social media so we tested it for you. The difficulty is tofind a cutter of the right size, but the following is very simple to execute. Since you need to find pretty fruits of the right size, you can also use blueberries, blackberries and raspberries.
Is there a more perfect snack than chocolate fruit popsicles? It's just sweet enough, just fruity enough, feels just right enough to eat, and doesn't melt in your hands!
You can buy chocolate puddings all you want, nothing beats mom's homemade chocolate cream. If you don't have a recipe, we found the one by Patrice Demers who explains how to succeed at each step. All you have to do is divide it into small portions and refrigerate it. It's easy, delicious and will be very appreciated by sweet tooths!
Brownies in a cup
Perhaps the ultimate in indulgence is brownies in a mug. In addition to being rich, they are easy to prepare, served in individual portions and will only take you 5 minutes to prepare in the microwave.
- 1/4 cup flour (50g)
- 1/4 cup sugar (70g)
- 2 tbsp (13 g) cocoa (unsweetened)
- A pinch of s alt
- A hint of cinnamon
- 1/4 cup water (60ml)
- 2 tbsp vegetable oil (not olive oil, because of its strong taste)
- 1 to 2 drops of vanilla extract
- A small dollop of ice cream or whipped cream for serving.
Place the flour, sugar, cocoa, s alt and cinnamon in a microwave-safe ceramic mug. Mix the dry ingredients with a fork, making sure the powder is well blended. Add oil, water and vanilla and mix well. Place your mug in the microwave, on high, for 1:40 (1 minute 40 seconds). Let cool for a minute and add your ice cream or whipped cream before serving while still warm.
Do the best chocolate fudges contain Nutella? Mix together 3.25 cup milk and 1/3 cup Nutella, blend and freeze your mixture in a popsicle mold. You can replace a little milk with cream for a creamier and more indulgent texture.
S'mores in a cup
You can turn ordinary hot chocolate into a s'more drink. All you have to do is roll the rim of your mug in chocolate syrup, then roll the rim of your mug with graham cracker crumbs. Fill your mug with hot chocolate and add marshmallows. For an even more spectacular effect, lightly brown your marshmallows in the oven, taking care not to burn yourself when taking out your cups.
Oatmeal rocks withoutcooking
These delicious no-bake cookies are easy to make and are a real favorite with kids. Boil 2 cups of sugar, ½ cup of milk, ½ cup of butter and ½ cup of cocoa in a cauldron for 3-4 minutes. Remove from the heat and add 3 cups of oatmeal, a cup of coconut and a tablespoon of vanilla. Place spoon cookies on a baking sheet lined with waxed paper and let stand.