I was pondering what to write about and I decided to make a quick and simple drizzle for soy or coconut milk ice cream. I was recently at the beach with vegansweetpotato and we had an ice cream night. She wanted toppings for her ice cream and I told her that I would make her a chocolate drizzle since my family only had milk chocolate. The recipe is simple and it only takes less than 4 minutes to make.
I have made this twice and on the first go around I used soy milk. The second time I upgraded to a fantastic vanilla almond milk that I found at my local grocery store. Both times I used the Lindt 85% Dark Cocoa, however, they do make other varieties that would be tasty!
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1) Decide how much chocolate you want/ need for your drizzle ( 1/2 bar… full bar…???)
2) Add about 1/3 to 1/2 cup of milk in the bowl and microwave for approximately 30 seconds.
3) Stir your drizzle and add a little more soy or almond milk. Then re-heat. I like to repeat this step a few times until I get it just right.
The trick here is to get a medium thick consistency and eyeing out the milk and adding small amounts at a time will help ensure that your result is the right consistency.
Tip: Dark chocolate can be bitter for a lot of people so feel free to sweeten this baby up with a little sugar!
This is such an easy way to enjoy your favorite night time snack… ice cream!