Although neither the Chap nor I have much of a sweet tooth occasionally the urge takes you. I succumbed a few weeks back and (lured in by the price) picked up a multipack (5x normal packs!) of what turned out to be disappointingly flavourless boring biscuits in a local shop. I guess at a quid for the whole lot I should have known better... Now; I'd managed to get rid of the majority at work and the Chap has had a few and even I have occasionally dipped back in - more in that hope that something magical has happened to transform them in the interim into something you'd actually want to eat but alas no, they remained boring, dry and tasteless.
So today - inspiration struck! Also everyone wittering about chocolate as easter is nearly on us. So it got me thinking that chocolate can brighten pretty much all foods up right? (And for anything it can't handle we have cheese?) So - lets Choc-O-Late up those boring biscuits people! (Imagines that to a snappy little tune and a happy dance that swoops us over to a demonstration table.)
Melt choc in the microwave. (I used S'burys basics dark chocolate that I had in the cupboard.) Don't melt your choc on full power as it'll burn it. Half power and patience my dears. Then 'drizzle' over the biccies with a spoon. Ok - more like 'fat lump' it on the biccies but I'm not about to do that pro-chef flicking it thing - it'd only mean me cleaning chocolate off the walls afterwards right?
Then add whatever bling you want / have to hand and ta-da - no more boring biscuits for us and with all that choc lovingly lumped on they should taste somewhat better. Win!
You could even make something like these to give away (perhaps utilising better biscuits though) instead of overpriced and over packaged eggs. They take no time either so ideal for a last minute thing if you forgot. Just need the time to set - not a problem in my frigid kitchen at the moment I can assure you!