There’s no hard and fast rule that says you can’t have a big breakfast that that includes chocolate. When you feel happy, energized, and satisfied during the first part of the day, it’s easier for you to feel great the rest of the day.
Ready for a hearty meal? Here are our delicious ideas on what type of dessert you can have for breakfast:
1 Chocolate Cake Recipe
Finish off breakfast with a delicious chocolate cake. We’ve got tons of recipes you can make no matter your level of cake-making skills. We recommend you to try our chocolate cupcake recipes so you’ll have wonderfully portioned cupcakes that you can eat throughout the week.
2 Chocolate Bread Pudding Recipe
Use leftover bread to make this delicious chocolate bread pudding. It’s also quite filling—something that you really need in the morning.
3 Cinnamon Hot Chocolate Recipe
Who doesn’t love hot chocolate in the morning? It’s especially delicious on a cold morning when you’ll feel its warmth thaw away that morning chill. In our hot chocolate recipe, we indulge in some melting marshmallows and cinnamon for that hint of complex flavor. If you want something new to your chocolate, you can also add a dash of cayenne pepper!
4 Espresso Hot Chocolate Recipe
If you can’t decide between chocolate or coffee, you don’t have to. Why not have them both? Start your morning right by satisfying both your caffeine and sugar cravings.
5 Dark Chocolate Champorado Recipe
This traditional chocolate-y recipe just goes to show that our ancestors knew a thing or two about great breakfast meals. Traditionally made with unrefined, nutty tablea, you can also make it with your favorite chocolate bar—even the dark kind if that’s what you love.
You can choose several ways to eat your champorado. Most people are happy with a drizzle of evaporated milk, while some like to sprinkle of salty tuyo pieces. For a few decadent milk-lovers, they like to add milk powder to every bite which adds a unique, creamy texture, and contrasting flavors.
6 Sticky Chocolate-Cinnamon Buns Recipe
We won’t deny it—cinnamon buns aren’t the easiest thing to bake. But ask us as well: is it worth it? The answer is yes, yes, yes, and YES. It’s not just a sticky, decadent, sweet, and warm treat to eat, but what a pleasure it is to also breathe in! These sticky buns are highly aromatic—turning your whole house into a delicious-smelling haven.
7 Chocolate Marble Banana Bread Recipe
The great thing about this is that you can make these loaves and store them in your refrigerator! That way, you’ll get moist, chocolate-y banana bread every single day of the week. YAS. You can even toast your slices, slather on jam, or for more chocolate indulgence, a chocolate hazelnut spread like Nutella would be heavenly.
8 Nutella Loaf Cake Recipe
The distinct, nutty flavor of chocolate hazelnut spread is cause for addiction, really. It’s just so scrumptious!
9 Chocolate Tikoy Rolls Recipe
Add some variation to your chocolate consumption! This crunchy and chewy treat is actually quite filling too since tikoy is made of rice flour.
10 No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies Recipe
This no-bake cake chocolate cookie can be chilled in the refrigerator for a long, long time, so you can have it in a jiffy whenever you need it. It’s also quite filling thanks to oatmeal and peanut butter. You can make this recipe your perfect breakfast on the go!
A lot of us don’t have time for breakfast, but you know what? Sometimes, all you need is inspiration to nudge you along. With chocolate as your guiding force, that dream to aspire to waking up early to make breakfast will be much, much easier.
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