Shabbat Menu for Chocolate Lovers
There are endless combinations and possibilities. Milk Chocolate? Dark Chocolate? White Chocolate (even though it's not really chocolate)? I've even seen strawberry and hazelnut chocolate. Plain? Stuffed? With mix-ins? I can go on and on.
Personally, I love dark chocolate, and that's why I love a good quality chocolate dessert. But I'm always on a hunt for the perfect chocolate dessert that isn't too dark (so my kids will like it) but isn't too sweet (so the adults can enjoy it too). The two chocolate dessert options below hit the spot, be sure to check them out!
What's your favorite chocolate?
Charred Broccoli Salad with Crispy Pastrami by Miriam (Pascal) Cohen
A fantastic, crowd-pleasing salad that is just begging to be served at your next gathering!
Shabbat Pulled Beef by Faigy Murray
You can never go wrong with a classic pulled beef recipe, that is easy, delicious and perfect for Shabbat!
Sticky Lollipop Drumettes by Chani Stern
This chicken is a kid's best friend- between the sweet and sticky sauce and the fun way to eat them, the inner child in you will love these as well!
Dijon Baby Potatoes by Nechama Norman
You better hide these after making them or there won't be enough left for dinner!
Easy as Chocolate Pie by Michal Frischman
This chocolate pie “recipe” is literally three ingredients and easy enough to delegate out, even to a non-dessert makers.
Chocolate Marshmallow Clouds from the Dining In Cookbook
These are hot cocoa bombs in cookie form. Enjoy dipping them in a glass of hot cocoa for the most delicious results!