It’s time to add taste to your celebrations with a bakery in Northridge. With the help of a top-notch bakery in Northridge, you can order your favorite cakes, desserts, croissants, pastries, and what-not.
Want to prepare something special for your loved ones? Check out the recipes given below!
Mini Chocolate Croissants
Preheat the oven to 375F. Until then, roll out the puff pastry into a 14 x 7-inch rectangle. Cut the rectangle into tiny 8 triangles. On the bottom of each wide edge, place hazelnut cocoa spread and roll it from the wide end of the tip. Transfer it to the parchment-lined baking sheet. Brush it all over with an egg wash. Bake in the center until the croissants are deep golden in color for 15 minutes.
And you’re ready with a yummy dessert!
Chocolate Caramel Corn
Begin with preheating the oven to 300F. Pop 8 cups of popcorn and place them in a large bowl. Chop and toast ½ cup hazelnuts and add popcorn to it. Blend ¾ cup packed brown sugar, ¼ cup chocolate-hazelnut butter,⅓ cup butter, 1 tbsp corn syrup, and ¼ tsp salt in a medium pot over medium-high heat. Stir it until it melts. Let it sit until the mixture stops bubbling. Now, stir it in ¼ baking soda. Transfer it into a baking sheet and bake until it’s crispy.
After having the chocolate caramel corns, there’s only one word that’ll pop into your mind i.e. Buono!
This is another variation to the classic chocolate fudge. Just a little bit of changes here and there, and you gain a whole new recipe! Add ⅔ cup of milk, ⅔ cup of chocolate butter, and melt it with the milk and chocolate. Stir half a cup of chopped and toasted hazelnuts before you add it to the pan. Continue the same recipe as the classic chocolate fudge and see the magic. You can also add a spoon of hazelnut cocoa spread for a relishing touch.
Now all you’ll say is squisito!
Molten Cakes With Nutella
What can be more mouth-watering than a molten chocolate cake? And that too with Nutella in the center! Freeze 8-1 portions of Nutella and follow the recipe for making molten chocolate. All you need to do is fill ¾ of the portion when it comes to filling the muffin tin. Then, add a frozen ball of Nutella to it. Top it up with batter, leaving ¼ of the headspace, and then bake it. Unlike the original recipe, this one has to be baked immediately once the Italian hazelnut spread has been added to it. The distinct Italian touch to the molten cakes will add a difference to your taste buds.
You’re definitely going to enjoy the molten cakes, saying ‘Ottimo’!
Frozen Chocolate Custard
Melt half a cup of chocolate hazelnut butter in one cup of whipping cream and put it to medium heat in a small cup. Cook it until it’s hot. Whirl one cup of good-quality chopped chocolates along with an egg. Pour the hot choco mixture and whirl it once more. Pour them individually in the ramekins and freeze for around 3-4 hours. You can also make choco-sicles by pouring it into popsicle form and freezing it for around 6 hours.
Eccellente! This dessert will never leave your tongue!
Melt a tbsp of chocolate butter along with 1/4 tsp vanilla and 1/2 cup milk over medium-hot in a small pot. Whisk it and spread the Italian Hazelnut spread thoroughly. Pour it in a mug and top it with one shot of espresso or strong coffee, whatever you have. You can also top it with whipped cream or foamed milk.
Mmmm, can you imagine how tasty it would be? Delizioso!
After all the above sweet recipes, we would like you to try one of your own and lead us to the delicious version of it. Share your recipes with us!
You can always go out for the delicious bakery options in Northridge for teasing your taste buds!