Chocolate is the comfort and pleasure food that can brighten any day and add spice to any dessert. There are a variety of desserts you can create or improve by melting chocolate, let us explore our options and see how you can change a normal dessert into a gourmet one.
You can use melting chocolate on any dessert without adding too many calories to your silhouette and the way to do that is to use sugar free chocolates. One of the most common and enjoyed fruit dipping in chocolate is strawberry however, did you know that you can dip in melting chocolate almost any fruit you like such as: poached pears; baked apples; pineapple; cherries and even orange peels for a delightful serving with coffee after diner or whenever you choose.
Melting chocolate is very popular at parties during the cold season where you can dip a marshmallow to your heart’s content; for this purpose you will need melting chocolate fountains, which you can find in department stores the size and shape of your choice.
Use Chocolate For The Inner Part Of A Dessert
There are a few desserts that achieve melting chocolate in a dessert so that when you open the same the warm chocolate will flow all over it. In order to obtain such a dessert you need to use frozen chocolate when you bake it and/or follow the directions as per the prescription.
There are many types of chocolates that can be used for melting in order to suit everyone and they are: milk chocolate, dark chocolate and white chocolate. You can also find cooking chocolate which is specially used for melting purposes so it stays longer that way.
If you or your friends are suffering from any medical condition that do not allow you to eat regular chocolate you can find sugar free or chocolates with limited carbohydrates, which will help you watch your silhouette as well as enjoy a chocolate dessert as well.
Don’t use chocolate desserts as a main course or the melting chocolate fountain as the main attraction of the party but always serve them after the meal is done and you will be able to regulate that way the amount of calories you intake as you will be already full from the meal.
Chocolate is very tempting and usually at the late night hours when you don’t have any activity other than going to sleep, which in turn will allow those calories to create the much unwanted pounds therefore, try and eat chocolate at a time when you know you will have some activity and can work off those calories and/or don’t keep more chocolate in the house than you would like to eat.