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13 Apr 2015

We are sure you no more use piping bags for chocolate writing or for designing choco figures, flowers and lattice shapes. Chocolate decorations on cakes and cupcakes can become messy with this ancient technique. If you seek perfection and detailing, you need to pick smart and ready-to-use choco-writers.

which are completely natural and free of any harmful fat or flavour.
Now, let us come to the point. You may have tried several traditional decorations with these choco writers but we have certain unique ideas to share.

Do try these and give us a feedback.

Choco-borders and lines on Jelly

Are you in love with the softness of this substance? And the taste? We are sure if you have kids in your house, they are the voracious in-takers of pineapple, raspberry, strawberry or mango jellies.

Add some more fun to their platters. Swirl the chocolate on the jelly top or make lines, borders, patterns. You can also write names or a quote, a personal message. Do whatever you like. Just decorate like a cake with the choco-writers. Dark chocolate will do nice.

Bread and Chocolate Pudding

Easter is over and you have already had pounds of bread-and-butter puddings. May be you have plans to bake more. If so, then just make some alterations and fill the baking tray with loads of chocolate.

Option 1— Skip the cream and fill the saucepan with the chocolate instead. Stick to the rest of the recipe or you can customise according to your preference.

Option 2— Stick to the traditional recipe but decorate the top with innovative decorations, words and messages.

Crunchy Chocolate Chicken Breasts

Well not everyone would like this idea but you can give it a try. Just follow the steps.

1. Pre-heat your oven to 375 degrees F.

2.Take a 9x13 baking dish and pour water.

3.Whisk together 1 cup vegetable oil, 1 egg, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, 1 pinch of salt and 1/4th cup chocolate poured from a choco-writing tube. Opt for the milk chocolate one.

4.Mix 1 cup plain bread crumb and 1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder in a separate bowl.

5.Use a fork to poke holes into 4 skinless and boneless chicken breast halves. Then dip the breasts in the oil mixture mentioned in step 3.

6.Next, press the breasts inside the bread crumb mixture. Coat both sides.

7.Now arrange the chickens inside the baking dish and bake for about 45 minutes.

Isn’t it crazy, crunchy and chocolatey? Will come back with more



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