Simple Bitter Chocolate Pots with White

Simple Bitter Chocolate Pots with White Chocolate Sauce♥
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4 people
45 minutes

Prep Time:
15 minutes
Cook Time:
30 minutes

570ml double cream

1 tsp Specially Selected Colombian freeze dried coffee granules

Pinch of salt

80g Aldi Moser Roth bitter chocolate, chopped (70% Cocoa)

4 medium egg yolks

120g granulated sugar

For the sauce

100g Choceur white chocolate

100ml double cream

Grated bitter chocolate

Pre-heat the oven to 170°C, Gas mark 3.

In a pan bring the cream, coffee and salt to the boil, then add the chopped chocolate. Remove from the heat and stir until dissolved.

In a bowl whisk the egg yolks and sugar just to bring together.

Pour the chocolate milk on to the egg mixture and stir well.

Pour into 4 or 6 (depending on the size) small china pots or ramequins. Egg cups are a fun alternative for childen.

Place the pots carefully into a baking tray half filled with boiling water, cover with foil and place in the oven.

Cook for about 30 minutes or until just set and slightly wobbly. Be careful to not overcook!

When cooked, remove from the tray and cool, then chill them well.

To serve, melt the white chocolate in a bowl over a pan of gently simmering water, then add the cream, stir until smooth and silky.

Top the chocolate pots with the hot sauce and grated bitter chocolate. Perfect!

Top Tips

This recipe can be adapted with any of the Aldi chocolate range – try adding a little chilli powder to the warmed chocolate, this works really well.

A few raspberries or strawberries chopped, then mixed with a little chopped white chocolate and spooned on top, nicely rounds off this dessert.

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