This post contains advertising for Netto Marken-Discount Have you ever made broken chocolate yourself? Are you slowly getting into Christmas mode? In any case, I am and you too should soon start thinking about what little things you could put in your loved ones’ Santa boots or what surprises you could give colleagues, friends or neighbors a little joy with. Of course, homemade little things from the kitchen are always the best ideas, because the recipients will notice how much effort you have put into them.
In my search for delicious Christmas ideas, I found inspiration in the large Christmas range from Netto brand discount* wanted. This year Netto is offering so many delicious products from its own brands that will make the hearts of anyone with a sweet tooth beat faster. Combining this, I decided to make homemade broken chocolate. Because it’s easy to implement and you can modify it as you wish. And now be honest: Do you know anyone who doesn’t like chocolate?
Before I tell you more about the vegan chocolate, the roasted almonds and the Nuremberg wafer gingerbread from the Netto Marken Discount range, here are the instructions for my broken chocolate:
- 2 vehappy vegan Table Blond
- 2 vehappy vegan Table Brown
- BioBio Nuremberg wafers gingerbread
- Favorite roasted almonds
- Christmas sprinkles
- baking paper
- baking tray
Place baking paper on a baking tray and preheat the oven to 50 degrees.
Break the white and dark chocolate into small pieces and place dark and white alternately on the baking paper on the baking tray.
Place the baking tray in the preheated oven.
Tip: Please do not set the oven higher than 50 degrees, but rather let the chocolate melt slowly. Otherwise, the dark chocolate will turn gray after it cools. This doesn’t affect the taste, but it doesn’t look particularly nice and you still want to give the broken chocolate as a gift.
After about 9-10 minutes, take the chocolate out of the oven. After melting, the individual fragments can still be seen – the chocolate is still liquid!
Using a skewer, carefully mix the individual chocolate colors together to create a marble pattern.
Now comes the decoration. Cut the Nuremberg wafers gingerbread into small pieces and place them on the creamy chocolate mixture. Now add roasted almonds and decorate the whole thing with Christmas sprinkles until the chocolate looks Christmassy.
Finally, let the broken chocolate cool well and harden, cut it into pieces or break it and pack it in transparent bags. Tie with decorative ribbon and give as a gift to a loved one.
You can also top and decorate your broken chocolate differently.
Netto has a lot to offer at Christmas time! Here’s a little insight into what you can find on the shelves in the next few weeks:
vehappy vegan board
In the branches of Netto brand discount* There are now vegan chocolate bars from vehappy in the varieties “Blond” and “Brown”. Not only are they delicious, but they also make for a more conscious enjoyment. It is made without cow’s milk and has a Rainforest Alliance certificate for better cultivation and working conditions in the cocoa plantations. The vegan chocolate bar from vehappy “Blond” has an almond content of more than 20 percent and does not contain any milk or milk components. The “Brown” variety from vehappy contains 38 percent cocoa, crunchy oatmeal cookies and fruity-sweet cranberries. The packaging of vegan vehappy chocolates consists of paper foil that can be recycled using waste paper.
Favorite roasted almonds
They cannot be missed during Advent and Christmas: roasted almonds, which smell tempting at the Christmas markets. Since many of us won’t be able to stroll through Christmas markets this year, my tip: bring home the roasted almonds from Netto’s own brand, Favoriten. You can also snack on the crunchy almonds covered with a shell of caramelized sugar at home when you meet up with friends or family for Advent coffee. Or you can try something new and grab your favorite roasted peanuts.
Nuremberg wafer gingerbread from BioBio
These gingerbread cookies from Netto’s own brand BioBio are delicious and also certified organic. This means that producers undergo independent controls to ensure that the high standards of organic food are met in any case. To receive an organic logo, plant-based products must come from varied crop rotations. Genetic engineering, easily soluble, synthetic mineral fertilizers, preservatives and artificial flavors and colors are an absolute taboo. So you can enjoy these Nuremberg wafers gingerbread with a clear conscience.
See you then.
* In Christmas cooperation with Netto Marken-Discount