Raspberry Filled Lindt Milk Chocolate
This particular chocolate is my all-time favorite and has been for many years. I love the base of Lindt Milk Chocolate and unlike many other raspberry filled chocolates out there, this one has a cordial -like syrup rather than a raspberry creme. Unfortunately, few stores carry this particular chocolate, so I have to often go hunting for it and often times it's rather expensive. But, I suppose this marvelous combination of the raspberry and creamy chocolate makes up for that!
Quality Street Chocolate
Quality Street Chocolate is easily the best tin of chocolate you could ever buy. It literally has something for every chocolate lover out there. It makes in a rather large tin so it will last a while or just barely make it around the table at dinner with the family! My favorite is probably the Caramel Chocolate Finger, its kind of like Twix without the biscuit layer. The great thing about buying a box of Quality Street Chocolate is the variety of chocolate you get. Also, the colorful wrapping is great for presentation!
Lindor White Chocolate Truffles
Most white chocolates have this really fake taste almost like a awful butter with vanilla in it. For that reason, I never buy or eat it simply because it is not worth it. Lindor White Chocolate Truffles is the only one that I have tried and wanted to eat another one. It has a rich consistency and its taste is that of a chocolate but is unique as a white chocolate should be.
Chocolate Lava Cake
Chocolate Lava Cake is easily my favorite chocolate dessert(which says a lot considering I like practically every chocolate dessert out there!) It contains the elements of a perfect chocolate dessert. Warm chocolate cake, gooey rich chocolate fudge sauce, creamy vanilla ice cream coated with a hard chocolatey shell. Mmm, I'm getting hungry just thinking about it. It's definitely a killer ending to a great meal or just as a little something special for an occasion worth celebrating!
Chocolate Fudge is a great dessert to have in house on a consistent basis, it's a a little something sweet without the commitments of a larger dessert (not to mention less guilt, which means more enjoying!). It is also nice if you're having a simple afternoon or evening with friends and you don't want to go overboard by still have something nice and classy as a sweet. The thing with plain fudge though it is does tend to get boring after a while, which I love adding one or two ingredients to give it a kick. Adding nuts such as almonds, walnuts, cashews, or a fruit such as dried raisins or berries is a great way to give the classic chocolate fudge a twist while still maintaining its original amazing taste. If you're feeling a bit daring you can go with more bold favors like chilies, intense citrus, ginger, and cinnamon. This basic dessert has so many possibilities which makes it all the better!
So sorry I didn't post anything else this week, it ended up being a lot busier than expected, hopefully though with summer getting closer I'll have more time to update!
Hope everyone has a great weekend :)