Sure, eating all the chocolate is one option, but why not transform it into something new with one of these clever blogger ideas?
Thisisrocksalt’s combination of chocolate, walnuts and coconut make a unique, sweet and uniquely swirly dessert that will go down a treat when entertaining guests. See the full recipe for leftover chocolate povitica.
You can be gluten-free and greedy this Christmas thanks to Glutenfreescdandveggie’s gluten free cookies that are packed full of nuts and chocolate. See the full recipe for gluten-free chocolate and hazelnut cookies.
Wineandolives’ traditional Italian recipe is a nutty choice, great for chocolate lovers and a winning dessert for any post-Christmas dinner party. We love the sprinkle of icing sugar adding a festive touch. See recipe for chocolate and hazelnut cake by wineandolives.co.uk.
Musingsofagem’s chocolate fridge cake provides the perfect excuse to mix all the leftover chocolate, fruit and nuts you have lying around after Christmas. Throw together pretty much anything you like for this simple quick recipe. See Musingsofagem's chocolate fridge cake recipe.
Howtocookgoodfood’s perfectly plaited homemade loaf is packed full of delicious dark chocolate and dried prunes giving it that festive flavour to keep you in high spirits after Christmas. See recipe for dark chocolate and prune plaited loaf.
For the peanut butter lovers out there, this chocolaty treat will hit the spot. We love the simplicity of this four-ingredient treat so make sure to check out the recipe for rachphillips‘ 4-ingredient peanut butter fudge.
We all know December is a very indulgent month, so Myfussyeater puts her leftover chocolate to good use with a healthier version of chocolate bark containing pistachios and goji berries. See the recipe for superfood chocolate bark at Myfussyeater.com.
Throwing a New Year’s Eve dinner party? This frozen chocolate and meringue cake makes a great centerpiece as well as keeping your guests happily full. See juliesfamilykitchen recipe for frozen chocolate and meringue cake.
As festive Christmas treats go, chocolate orange is up there. Lavenderanddlovage’s homemade chocolate orange truffles can be prepared and frozen a few days before serving, making them an ideal treat using your chocolate leftovers for a post-Christmas party. See Lavenderandlovage’s recipe for chocolate orange truffles.
Fussfreeflavours’ rich and indulgent layered chocolate verrines are not only easy to make but a great crowd-pleaser and just the right size for a light dessert too. See Fussfreeflavours’ recipe for layered chocolate verrine.