During Lent many people try to give up sweets. Some just chocolate. Others, like me, try to give up chocolate for good.
I've been telling you a while back that I haven't eaten chocolate for some time and trying hard to stay away from it.
Looking at these buns, clearly I can't be trusted. I gave in. Had to had some chocolate. I should be sleeping on the treadmill.
And if the chocolate inside wasn't enough, I drizzled some on top. There's never too much chocolate, is it?
I loved every bite of these buns. The recipe is easy and the it rises so quickly.
In my opinion, if you follow the recipe you should divide the dough into 16 or even 20 balls. This time I made 12 but I found them a little too big after baking.
There's something else left out in the recipe : how to stop eating them !!! they're addictive
To get the recipe for these heavenly delicious buns with stunning photos you have to go to Sandra's blog.
Sweet Rolls filled with ChocolateI started reading Sandra's blog few months ago. Her amazing photos, her sense of humor and the family meals make me go back every time I receive an email she posted something new. If you have never visited Sandra's blog take my advice and have some tissues handy, you'll need them to wipe your chin after all that drooling. Look at these Sweet Potatoes Phyllo Cups she made for Mardi Gras or the Oscar inspired menu You can follow Sandra on Twitter, Facebook or FoodbuzzThank you Monet, Carolyn, Wendy, Elisabeth Lora Alisha Sara Kate Claudia Nancy Gina Dionne
Andreea Sandra Thank you everyone for visiting. Hope you'll have a wonderful sunny weekend. As usual, RoxanaThank you for your vote!!!
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