After Easter we find ourselves with so many chocolate eggs that we have not been able to devour! What to do with so much advanced goodness? In this regard, we offer you some simple desserts that involve the use of chocolate. Let's see then how to recycle chocolate eggs dark, milk and kinder.
How to recycle dark chocolate eggs
250 grams of chocolate, 80 grams of butter, 160 grams of sugar, 1 tablespoon of flour, 5 organic eggs
In a large bowl, beat 2 eggs and 3 yolks then add the sugar
Mix everything until you get a frothy mixture
Melt the butter and chocolate in a double boiler
When they have melted and amalgamated, add them to the mixture and mix everything with a wooden spoon
Whisk the 3 remaining egg whites until stiff and add them to the mixture together with the spoonful of flour
Mix everything until all the ingredients are well combined
Pour the mixture just obtained into a pan previously lined with baking paper
Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for about 35 minutes
Sprinkle, to taste, with icing sugar and serve the cake at room temperature
How to recycle milk chocolate eggs
6 pears, 300 grams of chocolate, sugar and water
Wash and peel the pears without removing the stalk
Put the pears in a high pot and fill it with water until the pears are completely covered
Add the sugar in the water to the extent of 15 grams for each deciliter of water and cook
Cook for another 20 minutes after boiling: the pears should be tender
Meanwhile, chop the chocolate into pieces and melt in a saucepan in a bain-marie
When the pears are ready, drain them and arrange them on individual plates
Mix the melted chocolate then pour it over the pears and serve.
How to recycle Kinder chocolate eggs
Sponge cake and kinder chocolate
Melt the chocolate needed to fill the whole sponge cake over low heat and stir continuously until completely dissolved.
Once the chocolate has melted, fill the sponge cake and sprinkle with more chopped chocolate
Put the cake in the fridge for about 30 minutes to harden the chocolate.
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