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14 More Satisfying Ways To Eat A Bar Of Dairy Milk Chocolate

Oh sweet food of the gods.

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2. Ice Cream Pops

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Shape softened ice-cream into balls and put it on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Put in a pop stick and stick it in the freezer. Melt chocolate and cool it. Dip hardened ice-cream pops into the chocolate and place back in the refrigerator. Stare at your freezer for 20-30 minutes and enjoy the fruits of your (minimal) labour.

3. Rocky Road Ice Cream

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Add melted Dairy Milk, Dairy Milk chunks, nuts, marshmallows, cookies and whatever candy you like to softened ice-cream. Mix it all up, the messier the better! Freeze till it's ice-cream consistency and FEAST!

4. Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

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This is pretty basic. Dip marshmallows into melted Dairy Milk and leave on the side to harden. Using Dairy Milk Crackle can take this snack to a whole new level.


6. Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

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This is the easiest, healthiest and yummiest thing you can do with chocolate. Melt a Dairy Milk bar and dip strawberries in. Place them in the freezer till the chocolate forms a hard shell. You can even roll the chocolate dipped strawberries in some chopped nuts to increase health and flavour.

7. Dairy Milk Breadsticks

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Buy a pack of thin, salted breadsticks. Melt Dairy Milk Crackle and dip each stick into the mixture. Freeze the breadsticks for 5 minutes and get ready for the perfect sweet and savoury snack.


9. Dairy Milk Popcorn

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Make regular popcorn using your preferred method (microwave or traditional). Break the chocolate bar into tiny pieces (you can use a cheese grater too) and stir in while the popcorn's still hot.

11. Chocolate-Covered Biscuits

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Melt Dairy Milk with a tablespoon of milk. Spread chocolate on one side of a biscuit and freeze. Turn and repeat on the other side till the whole biscuit is covered in a sweet layer of chocolate.


13. S'mores

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You don't need to make a bonfire to get the perfect s'mores. Carefully roast a marshmallow on a candle using skewers or a fork. Place between 2 crackers or any biscuit of your liking along with half a bar of Dairy Milk. All in the comfort of your home!

14. Chocolate Dosa

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Trust me when I say this snack will change your life. Just remember this for the next time dosa (a light Indian savoury crepe) is being made in your house. Once it's on the pan, place cubes of chocolate and butter on the slightly cooked crepe. Stir so the butter and chocolate mix to make the most delicious topping. You can also add melted chocolate to a fully cooked dosa.

Don't know what is or how to make dosa? Get a super easy recipe here.