3 Dark Chocolate Recipe Ideas to Make Your Sweetie Swoon this Valentine’s Day
Read more about 4 benefits of dark chocolate.1. Dark chocolate brownie sundae
Pile on the dark chocolate with this sweet treat. A fudgy brownie supports a gigantic scoop (or two!) of delicious dark chocolate ice cream overflowing with a river of hot fudge sauce.
2. Dark chocolate caramel tart
This one will make your love interest weak in the knees – envision your sweetheart indulging in layers of silky caramel and dark chocolate ganache, served with dollop of freshly whipped cream or tangy crème fraiche. This mouthwatering dessert requires a little more experience in the kitchen or a quick trip to your local bakery, but it is so worth it.
3. Mocha dark chocolate pudding
Add cocoa powder, cornstarch, salt and sugar to a saucepan and whisk it together with milk, egg yolks, and vanilla. Cook over medium-high heat while whisking constantly until it comes to a simmer. Add dark chocolate, continue to whisk, and bring it to a full boil. Turn the heat down to a simmer and continue whisking until the pudding thickens, which should take two to three minutes. Stir in some butter before pouring the pudding into heart-shaped bowls.
Position a piece of plastic directly on the pudding and refrigerate for at least four hours. Top this dessert with a healthy dose of whipped cream and serve it in a single bowl with two spoons.With all these benefits, go ahead and enjoy that Valentine’s Day chocolate. And don’t forget, Prevagen makes a great gift, too. It supports healthy brain function and helps with mild memory loss associated with aging, and that’s a gift that keeps on giving.