Okay, so I love chocolate. I'd like to say that I could live without it, but I know that would be a lie. I like darker chocolate (around 70%) and the mister loves the hard stuff (90%-99%), he's hard core.
So I stumbled across Chocolate Covered Katie's blog and couldn't WAIT to try some of her recipes. The mister is a huge fan of Reese's Pieces (and peanut butter in general), so when I saw her Reese's Pieces Fudge Frosting, I knew I had to make it. You can find the recipe here. It is delicious! Like, lick off the batter, the spatula, the bowl, your fingers good.
I did tweak it a little bit...I used chocolate milk and added a touch of powdered sugar. I also used my little hand blender to mix it all together as I don't have a magic bullet and didn't feel like lugging out my blender!
So just measure out all the ingredients (start with 4tsp of maple syrup and add it one tsp at a time so it isn't too sweet). Then whip it up!
Within a few minutes you have a lovely frosting...make sure you taste it before you put away the blender and add more milk or syrup depending on the texture and sweetness you are going for!
So now that I had this lovely frosting, I needed something to put it on! I didn't want to make a whole cake so I decided to give her One-Minute Chocolate Cake a bash (check it out here) Oh heavens! for 45 seconds...THIS IS AMAZING. I put it on a pretty little plate (do make sure you let it cool before taking it out of the dish), put some of that delicious frosting on it and dug in! A perfect and simple chocolate dessert!