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5 UNUSUAL CHOCOLATE COMBINATIONS TO TRY OUT

5 UNUSUAL CHOCOLATE COMBINATIONS TO TRY OUT

Anything chocolate and we're already sold! Isn't that how Nutella sandwiches even came into being? Whoever thought chocolate desserts could someday become chocolate breakfasts—but oh well, that's 21st century for you. Here are a few more unusual chocolate combos to try out for those of you who get hung up on the word alone—chocolate!
chocolate pizzas slathered in chocolate sauce

Chocolate pizzas



When two of your most favourite things in the world come together, are you really thinking beyond? Absolutely not! Chocolate pizzas come slathered in chocolate sauce with chunks of chocolate bars making for some crunchy toppings. You’d be lucky if you came across a chocolate burst pizza someday!

dark chocolate and grated cheese

Chocolate dosas



You probably first tried this at a local hawker who stood in front of your college—after which you were hooked. It wasn’t just the Nutella spread that won you over, it was how that uncle warmed it with butter and drizzled grated cheese and dark chocolate on top of it too. Chocolate heaven!

chocolate flavored french fries

Chocolate fries



You pretty much saw this coming. When you’ve heard of maple syrup, honey and melted cheese being added to french fries, why not chocolate? To elevate it further, McDonalds Japan not only made it official, but also added another chocolate flavour to their fries—white chocolate.

chocolate pasta

Chocolate pasta



Having been too accustomed and attached to the idea of mac and cheese, the idea of chocolate may have you a little dicey at first, but that’s only until you try it—topped with berries and hazelnuts. How it’s done? Just add some cocoa to the dough and chocolate syrup to the mix and voila—you have your chocolate pasta ready!

chocolate veggies

Chocolate veggies



They say this is a great way to put some nutrition into kids, well we say, adults too. We’re still pretty gullible to anything chocolate, so dip (and drench) those much detested veggies in chocolate sauce and we’ll believe mom means well. Besides, if strawberries can be dipped in chocolate why not chili peppers?

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