Can’t get enough chocolate? TikTok is the place for you! Creative TikTok chefs have whipped up some of the most delicious and unique chocolatey pastries and baked goods you can imagine. From chocolate-infused breakfasts to decadent chocolate desserts, here are five amazing recipes for chocolate-lovers.
If you love peanut butter almost as much as you love chocolate, this is the dessert for you. To make it, melt down some chocolate chips and pour them into a tart pan. Then fill the tart pan to the top with a mixture of graham cracker crumbs and peanut butter, and coat the top with more chocolate. Once the chocolate sets, you’ll have a giant chocolate peanut butter cup you can slice into like a pie!
This creative chocolate dish turns pasta into a decadent dessert. To make it, fill a baking dish with strawberries, cream cheese and sugar, and bake for 45 minutes. Then add chopped semi-sweet chocolate, and stir it until it melts. Finally, grab some cooked chocolate pasta noodles (you can make your own or purchase them at a specialty store), and mix them into your chocolate strawberry sauce.
These hot cocoa bombs are as adorable as they are delicious! Start by melting some chocolate, and pour it into molds, just enough to line the bottom. Refrigerate the molds for 15 minutes, then transfer the chocolate to a muffin tin. Fill the chocolate with hot chocolate powder and marshmallows. Then attach the other half of each mold by heating slightly. To enjoy, toss the hot chocolate bombs into a warm cup of milk and let them melt.
This vegan chocolate tofu pie is so decadent! To make it, press a crust mixture of graham crackers and coconut oil into a pie pan and bake for 10 minutes. Then, in a blender, mix tofu, peanut butter powder, agave syrup, melted chocolate and almond milk. Pour the mixture into the pie pan, refrigerate for two hours, top with cocoa powder and enjoy!
These chocolate baked oats are perfect for dessert or breakfast! To make them, blend milk, maple syrup, vanilla extract, one egg, cocoa powder, rolled oats and baking powder. Then stir in some chocolate chips, pour the mixture into a ramekin, and bake for 20 minutes. When there are five minutes left, top with a chocolate square to give it an extra chocolatey kick!
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