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4 Easy chocolate recipes to woo your better half this Valentine’s Day

Not that we ever need an occasion to get our chocolate dessert fix, but Valentine’s Day makes for the perfect excuse, doesn’t it? What’s more, you will be sharing it with your better half. But if lack of time or cooking skills is coming in the way of concocting something elaborate, we have the perfect solution for you. Here are some super easy chocolate recipes that do not require much effort.

Chocolate Mousse

This is a simple recipe that has only two primary ingredients, namely chocolate and water! A generous drizzling of dry fruits further brings in the right amount of crunch to this gooey goodness. Dig in!

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Chocolate Cluster

Are both of you craving for something sweet and crispy this time around? All you need for this toothsome recipe is some good old melted chocolate and cornflakes. Just mix them together and let it cool down. You can also store them in an airtight container and enjoy later!

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Chocolate Fudge

A velvety delight that will leave you asking for more! Cocoa powder, condensed milk, milk, sugar and butter come together for this unique chocolate fudge recipe. You and your partner can enjoy it as a dessert or a side nibble!

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Quinoa Bar

Health conscious couple? This recipe that is whipped up from wholesome ingredients such as quinoa and dry fruits is the ideal choice. Sugar is replaced with honey and regular chocolate is swapped with dark chocolate to make it a healthier option.

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Give any of these a try to sweeten your special day.

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