Celebrate World Chocolate Day with these Delicious Recipes
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Why are we celebrating the 7th of July you ask? Well because it's World Chocolate Day! The reason it's celebrated on the 7th of July is because it was on this day in 1550 that chocolate was first bought over to Europe. It's now perhaps the best day of the year, so we thought there's no better way to celebrate than by getting creative with your FUEL10K chocolate favourites to make them even more chocolatey. Read on for the mouth watering recipes.
These simple treats are made using our Double Chocolate Muffin baked in the microwave using a doughnut mould. When cooled dip in chocolate and cover in toppings of your choice.
Oreo Baked Chocolate Porridge
A mouthwatering twist on traditional porridge oats using a pot of our Chocolate Porridge.
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees (fan) .
Mix 1 pot of FUEL10K Chocolate Porridge, 1/2 mashed banana , 50ml milk (use a FUEL10K drink for extra protein), 1/2 tsp baking powder, 60g Greek yoghurt, 15g chocolate brownie powder, 5g cocoa powder.
Fill with one tbsp of light cream cheese and 5g of chocolate spread or FUEL10K Chocolate Peanut Butter.
Bake for 12-15 mins.
Top with chocolate sauce and crushed Oreos.
White Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
Melt 175g white chocolate with 1 tablespoon coconut oil and scoop into a cupcake case until 1/3rd of the way up - repeat for a total of 6 cupcake cases and then refrigerate for ten minutes.
Place a heaped spoon of FUEL10K Chocolate Peanut Butter on top of the now set layer of chocolate and refrigerate for another ten minutes.
Meanwhile melt another 175g of white chocolate and then layer on top of the Chocolate Peanut Butter layer.
Refrigerate for 15-20 minutes and then enjoy!
Chocolate Porridge Muffins
Mix 40g of FUEL10K Chocolate Porridge from our brand new pouches with a spoonful of Greek yoghurt, a pinch of baking powder and one egg. Bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes.
Chocolate Muffin Cake Jar
Distribute one FUEL10K Double Chocolate Muffin between two glasses. Break up and layer between white chocolate yoghurt, strawberry jam and chopped chunks of chocolate. Top with chocolate cream.
Chocolate Chunks Granola on Toast
This recipe couldn't be easier! Simply top a piece of toast with FUEL10K Peanut Butter, FUEL10K Chocolate Chunks Granola, frozen raspberries and a sprinkle of syrup.
Colin the Caterpillar Topped Chocolate Porridge
Our Porridge makes this simple recipe even simpler. Prepare your porridge as per the serving suggestion and top with a Colin the Caterpillar, strawberries, raspberries and any extra chocolate decorations you have.