Baileys hot chocolate is great for when you’re feeling the cold and nothing warms the cockles like a nice steaming hot mug of hot chocolate. I love mine with original Baileys but it’s not suitable for The Boy due to it’s alcohol content. I had been sent some amazing Baileys chocolate terrine from The Patchwork Food Company in Wales and I’d been eating it on my chocolate fruit & nut bread all day but I thought I had better be a bit more creative than that. I headed for the kitchen with The Boy in tow and at his request, we had to have a hot chocolate. I really enjoy making hot chocolate from scratch so this was definitely going to put the chocolate terrine through its paces.
It’s great on it’s own, with a sweet fruit bread or a pastry, if you’re feeling Continental – with croissants or pain au chocolat or even just with your favourite chocolate bar or sweet snack. It looks impressive too and only takes 5 minutes to make and is a delicious drink that is bound to impress your friends!
I was sent some Chocolate Terrine from the wonderful people at The Patchwork Food Company to be creative in the kitchen.
I was strong and didn’t eat them all with a spoon, or thickly spread over my chocolate fruit & nut bread.
This is one of the recipes I came up with and I did eat the rest of the packet with a spoon. It was lush and amazing.