On cold weekend morning I woke up a lit earlier, knowing no lunch has to be packed and I can do things at my own pace (till they were sleeping). I knew, later I won’t be able to make what I have planned and if somehow able to make then won’t be able to click. First I quickly posted my post and seeing them still sleeping, I quickly whip up my son’s favorite Peanut and Hazelnut bars.
I must confess earlier things were easier, just copying steps from others which I believe is the most serious part of a post but now I have to do this work extra carefully, and now it takes time too. But the positive thing is that now I can add my steps which I notice during baking. Earlier I took my steps or instructions for granted (though I try to add as much as possible) but still, I thought; those were the steps from experts and doesn’t require any change.
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This time I surprised my son by making his favorite Peanut chocolate. It’s been very long time that I haven’t made any chocolate. I don’t know why I feel lazy whenever I have to make any chocolate; to your surprise I know very different varieties of chocolate. I try to come with them soon, till then I hope my this eeasy peesy chocolate must be able to tempt you too.
Super tasty and so easy that even a child can make. I consider this as a perfect gift for Christmas.
I just able to save 3 pieces and the others were taken by my son. My son who loves sharing everything with his sister, but for chocolate he falls week and said to me, you make more for them but later take some for them in school. I don’t blame him, chocolate is everybody’s favorite. Whenever he buys chocolate from outside, we literally have to beg him for a piece.
I saw this recipe very long time back on Foodfood channel on Turban Tadka. I personally recommend this recipe which is super easy to make.
- Dark Chocolate – 1 cup
- Butter – ½ tbsp
- Hazelnut Paste – 2 tbsp
- Salted Peanuts – 2 cups
Line a tin with cling film. Melt the dark chocolate on double boiler or microwave it for 2 minutes, on a interval of 1 minute. Mix butter and hazelnut paste into it. Now finally add salted peanuts into it. Pour the mixture into the tin. Keep this mixture in the freeze for 1/2 an hour. Cut into desired shape.