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Amaretto Chocolate Dessert Surprise

How is everyone today?  It was our Easter this past Sunday and I hope everyone who celebrated Greek Easter enjoyed the holiday.  I would love to hear how everyone spent the Easter Holiday. 🙂  The day was spent indoors, it was raining so we weren’t able to celebrate the way we would have liked too.  

I couldn’t decide what kind of dessert to make, I had a few White Chocolate recipes, but I knew I would get that rolling the eyes and “what no Chocolate” look!!  So, I gave up on that idea and went for  this  delicious Italian Amaretto Chocolate Dessert.  When it was ready, I just gave it a quick taste to see if the taste was strong enough. You know me, I don’t eat Chocolate but  everyone else enjoyed it!! 



I love Italian food, desserts, everything Italian…:)  Also meaning, bags, cloths, make-up, perfume, and oh yes the country of course. 🙂  I have never been to Rome, and I so do want to visit.  So, I am keeping fingers crossed that maybe this year I just might be able too.  Wishful thinking, but you never know what life might just bring your way.  We will see how things will roll in the next few months. 🙂

I do have Italian friends, and I adore them.  I do hope that I will have the chance to meet with them face to face after so many years.  We do Skype but it really isn’t the same. 🙂 

If you do try out the recipe, let me know your thoughts!!  

Have a great day everyone!!

INGREDIENTS:

3 Tablespoons Sugar

2 Tablespoons All Purpose Flour

3 cups Milk

1 Vanilla Stick

1/3 cup Butter

1/4 cup Amaretto Liqueur

150 grams Dark Chocolate (finely chopped)

 

PREPARATION:

On low heat add sugar and flour into sauce pan.  Mix dry ingredients thoroughly.

Add in milk

stir until it starts to thick.  

Add in the Amaretto Liqueur, stir.

Continue by adding in the Dark Chocolate,

and butter.  

Stir until it becomes a thick texture.

Once it is ready, let this cool and place into the glass of your choice.

KALI MAS OREXI!!! 🙂

Comments (14)

  • popsiclesociety 3 weeks ago Reply
    Delicious! 😋 Finger crossed Sophie! Rome is beautiful! Italy is beautiful! I love it too so much 💕
    foodzesty 3 weeks ago Reply
    Thanks so muchhh...We will see
  • Invisibly Me 3 weeks ago Reply
    Happy (belated) Easter! Sorry you had rubbish weather for it, I had a quiet one too. Sadly I didn’t have such a yummy dessert to enjoy - this sounds delicious! And never say never about Rome, maybe this could be the year..! xx
    foodzesty 3 weeks ago Reply
    Thanks so much!! I am hoping :) Have a great day!!
  • dtills 3 weeks ago Reply
    Happy Easter Sophie!!🌟
    foodzesty 3 weeks ago Reply
    Thankssss Deeeee
  • RhapsodyBoheme 3 weeks ago Reply
    Oh that sounds delicious ❤️
    foodzesty 3 weeks ago Reply
    Thank you!! How are you doing? How is your mom?
    RhapsodyBoheme 3 weeks ago
    It’s been a tough road with all of it, but I am hopeful everything will work it’s way out how it is meant to be. Thank you for asking my friend.
  • Megala 3 weeks ago Reply
    Wow! Looks stunning!! Hope the sky is clear now.
    foodzesty 3 weeks ago Reply
    Thank you Megala....this will be our dessert if I ever am able to come to you :)
    Megala 3 weeks ago
    :)
    foodzesty 3 weeks ago
    :)
  • FrugalHausfrau 2 weeks ago Reply
    All I have to do is look at that to know I'd love it!! You've outdone yourself. Here's crossing fingers you'll get to visit Rome and bring back some recipes and idea for the rest of us!!

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