Oh god. I first had this dessert at a wonderful gelato bar in Crows Nest called Bravo. I admit that it is not the most elegant dessert on the face of the earth but It was so delicious that an evening trip to Bravo for some gelato has become a semi regular occurrence. But alas, sometimes I am just too tired or too plain lazy to make the drive. Therefore, it has become necessary for me to be able to recreate this dessert at home.
While Bravo make their own amazing gelato, it was more convenient to get my gelato from the another amazing store: Pure Gelato which have their factory in Croydon Park. As I was in the area, I picked up a tub of chocolate gelato. It took all my willpower not to demolish it on the drive home!
I hit a few snags when making the crepes. I’m more of a pancakes kinda girl so I don’t think i’ve ever actually made crepes before. After finding a simple recipe on taste.com I cracked the frying pan out and got to it.
No one will argue with that.
(ok the one on the top was really thick but as we have already established, I am pretty lazy and this was the last bit of batter)
Then you just need to nuke them in the microwave for about 40 seconds (make sure you put the heat on medium or 50%) to make the mars bars nice and melty
I used Hersheys topping
I have to admit that before settling on this dish, I had a bit of idea overload for his blog hop. Death By Chocolate should be so easy but everything I thought of was either not chocolatey enough, or so chocolatey that I would never be able to eat it without developing diabetes right there and then. But this baby is just on the right side of decadent to make it actually eatable. Although you may fall into a sugar coma. You have been warned!
Mars Bar Crepes with Chocolate Gelato Recipe
2 normal sized mars bars
1 scoop chocolate icecream/gelato
Crepe recipe from taste.com can be found here you only need two good crepes for each serving, and they don’t need to be huge, just big enough to wrap your mars bars in
1. Wrap each mars bar in a crepe making sure that they are fully wrapped
2. Nuke them in the microwave for roughly 40 seconds at medium heat (or 50%)
3. Scoop out one scoop of icecream and place on top
4. Cover liberally with chocolate sauce
This post was part of the Death By Chocolate Sweet Adventures Blog Hop kindly hosted by The Hungry Australian