Hot Chocolate Ecstasy
Updated: Aug 16
There is something so damningly great about chocolate that I sense that I am becoming mixed up in the realm of divine happiness. Do you feel that as well? If it's not too much trouble disclose to me I am by all account not the only foodie-weirdo here.
I was served a plate of these Sizzling Chocolate Brownies at a little diner called Relish. Indeed, even before they brought it out, I could hear the "sizzle" that got my tongue hanging out as well as grabbed the eye of everyone in the room as well! I was so cheerful to have the capacity to reproduce a similar sweet at home, for a quarter of the cost. This is the sort of inventive pastry that would thoroughly brush anybody's socks off! You've most likely dependably had hot brownies with frozen Ice cream.
Whenever I make it, however, I would attempt to serve a portion of my chocolate plunged strawberries as an afterthought for a far and away superior introduction. In the event that you're wanting to make this sizzling Hot Chocolate Brownies for Christmas Day, having a few strawberries as an afterthought would just intensify the adoration.
You can use store bought Brownie Mix to prepare this recipe. I have done the same.
Brownie Mix Chocolate Sauce - As you like
Vanilla Ice Cream- 1 Big Scoop
Chopped Dry Fruits (optional)
Preheat Oven at for a few minutes.
Grease the baking plate with butter and pour brownie mix into it and cook it for 20-25 mins.
Take a toothpick and pin it into the brownie to check whether it is properly cooked or not.
Let it cool for half an hour.Pour chocolate sauce into on the Brownie.
Take that brownie out of the plate, cut into square pieces.
Serve it with vanilla ice cream and have Fun.