Image Credit: Noreen's Kitchen via YouTube
It’s always nice to remember your childhood especially when it is associated with food. Growing up, I’ve always loved eating chunky bars made by our mom, this sweet treat often reminds me of good old happy days. Now, I am the one who does this recipe for the kids in the family and they love it as much as we do when we were young. Aside from a major throwback dessert that you can serve at holiday parties, this is also a great gift idea to a loved one. The recipes required here are cheap and the procedure is quite easy, a no-sweat process to be honest. So try this recipe now and be reminded of how decadent and mouth-watering this beloved dessert is. This tutorial is created by Noreen’s Kitchen on YouTube, as always, she never fails to amaze me with her brilliant content.
Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave for 1 minute, stir and add 15 more seconds until there is no lump or until it was perfectly melted that when drizzled it forms a smooth ribboning effect. Mix in the peanuts and raisins until well-combined.
You can start to spoon the chocolate mixture onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, silicone molds, or if both are not available, in ice cube trays. Place it in the fridge for about an hour or in the freezer for half an hour or leave it on the counter until it sets.
*All images used here are credited to Noreen’s Kitchen via YouTube. If you loved this recipe and tutorial, then you’ll surely love her other content too. Do visit and follow her channel, you won’t regret it.