Hi to all! I need help on Dark Chocolates pleaasee...
My friend brought home Lindt Excellence dark chocolates 85% and 70% cocoa. But it is so bitter that we cannot eat it. Any dessert recipes or any ideas what to do so these chocolates would not go to waste?
Do a web search for a flourless chocolate cake recipe. It is a very good way to use chocolate. There are a ton of those recipes out there.
I would imagine any recipe that uses semi-sweet baker's chocolate you could use these instead. Baker's chocolate is real bitter.
turn it into a fudge. :-) or melt it together with a milk chocolate then pour into molds/paper cups for dark chocolate pops/cups.
I would take them, melt them in the microwave, throw them in the blender with milk, fruit and some vanilla.....make yourself some delicious, refreshing drinks!
ha ha, well my friend more cocoa leads to more bitterness to the flavor.You can make brownie or chocolate mousse but you have to mix you 85 percent chocolate with some regular chocolate and it will be fine.
You can eat a little bit of this great chocolate with your morning coffee.
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