5 recipes to get rid of leftover chocolate

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Thanks to Easter, our house will soon again be filled with delicious chocolate. But honestly, after a while you’ve had it with these chocolates. What can you do with them? We’ll list five delicious recipes for you, to get rid of the remaining chocolate.

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1. Make a milkshake

Milk chocolate on overflow? Then choose a delicious milkshake. Add a frozen banana, 250 ml coconut milk and one spoonful of cocoa powder. Throw everything in the blender and mix. Finish with whipped cream and some pieces of chocolate and ready.

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2. Hot chocolate

Not too much work, but still want to enjoy all that leftover chocolate? Put a cooking pot on the fire and go for a delicious hot chocolate. Ideal for a dark, cold day. Take 50 grams of chocolate, 100 ml semi-skimmed milk and finish off with whipped cream if necessary. This recipe can easily be made with any color of chocolate.

3. Bake some cookies

Nothing beats the smell of oven-fresh cookies, right? Chop the chocolate into small pieces and heat the oven to 190Β°C. Cut 150 grams of butter into pieces and throw them into a bowl. Sieve 225 grams of flour into the bowl and add one egg, 150 grams of sugar and a pinch of baking soda. Knead the dough and finally add the chocolate pieces. Shape out the dough balls and put them on the baking tray. Bake the cookies in the oven for 15 minutes. When they are ready you will notice that they are still soft, but let them harden on a grid and it will be all right.

4. Chocolate pancakes

Baking pancakes is always one big party! Thanks to the surplus of chocolate, you can also choose a less traditional pancake; because how about chocolate pancakes?! The recipe is simple, use the classic recipe (flour, eggs, milk, salt) and add some cocoa powder or mixed pieces of chocolate. Afterwards you can finish the pancakes with melted chocolate and banana. Delicious combo!

5. Add fruits into it

Finally, we have this top suggestion for you; because whether you have children, want an evening for yourself, or a romantic date with your partner, this recipe is ideal. Melt the chocolate and push fruit into it. Let the fruit cool on a baking tray and then enjoy this delicious dessert. This recipe is also easy to use with leftover tangerines, ideal right?!

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Do you have a delicious recipe with which you can use the remaining chocolate? Then be sure to let us know in the reactions.

This article has been written by Stephanie De Vroe from @SMOTHERHOODS

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