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Crunchy Chocolate Cups - Taste and Create

Doesn't it look yummy??

Yeah…I bet that all chocolate lovers will really love this recipe including me J. This is my first recipe for “Taste and Create “group and this month I got paired with an innovative blogger Manju from “Desi fiesta”. As per the rule, I have to select recipe from the paired partner and try it…While surfing, I found lots of yummy n innovative recipes from her blog but since I was looking for some sweet recipes and the mouthwatering picture of this recipe in her blog tempted me to try… Very simple to prepare and tasted divine…

I made a little twist by adding butterscotch and colored sugar balls and I thank Taste and Create group, who gave this lovely opportunity to try this delicious dessert…
Special thanks to manju J

Here comes the recipe…

  • 1 ½ Cup Chocolate Chips
  • 1 Tablespoon butter
  • 2 Tbsp Roughly chopped nuts
  • ¼ Cup Butterscotch
  • 1 Tbsp Raisins
  • 1 Cup Whipping Cream
  • ¼ Cup Colored Sugar balls

  • Add whipping cream in a pan and bring it to boil.
  • After boiling, remove from the flame and add chocolate chips followed by chopped nuts, raisins and butterscotch.
  • Mix well till the mixture becomes smooth.
  • Add the colored sugar balls in a glass and pour the mixture till half of the glass.
  • Again add few colored sugar balls and fill the glass with remaining mixture.
  • Repeat the process for remaining glasses and freeze it till they are firm.
  • Garnish with butterscotch and nuts before serving.

Serving Options :

Can be served with Ice-cream. 


  1. really yummy and drool worthy.....

  2. chocolate cups looks yummm :) happy to hear that you liked this dessert :) And U have given a very nice twist by adding butter scotch to its :) yummmy combo priya :)

  3. Beautiful and very elegant dessert, looks absolutely divine.

  4. Beautiful chocolate cups :) looks so inviting, can i take the cup?

  5. OMG ! Drooooooooollllllliiiiinnnngggggg.....

  6. wow i want tht
    the whipped cream still troubles me as i get here in powdered form

    wud love to try this one

  7. looks really creamy... please pass on one cup... :)

  8. Looks inviting..cute cups,love to have now:)

  9. Priya......u have a Liebster award at my space, pls collect it .

  10. yummy & mouth watering recipe priya

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