Quick Chocolate Recipes for Snacking

It is hard to find anyone who does not love chocolates. Apart from what you can pick right up from the shelves at your local stores, you can come up with quick and easy chocolate recipes whenever you feel like snacking. The best thing about these recipes is that it hardly takes any time to make them, and you can share them with your friends and family members as well. Be it lunch, dinner, or anytime between, you can create multiple quick chocolate snacks and even store them for later use. So, try the following delicious chocolate recipes at home. 

Top Quick Chocolate Recipes for Snacks

1. Chocolate Oat Fondant

Chocolate Fondant is already a French classic for many years. However, this heavenly recipe has received a creative makeover with the addition of oats. As a result, not only does it taste good, but it offers a healthy kick as well. Serve the dish with a strawberry or cherry topping. 

To make Chocolate Oat Fondant, use ramekins with butter brushed on the insides and dust with cocoa powder. Then, grab a pan and pour some simmering water while placing another bowl with a snuggly fit. It should not touch the water. Melt the chocolate and butter slowly, remove the pan and allow it to cool for 5 minutes. Next, grab another bowl and use sugar to whisk the eggs and yolks until the whisk leaves a trail. Now add oats, flour, and baking soda into the eggs while beating. 

Now pour the melted chocolate into the batter while beating in between. Plus, add some milk to loosen up the batter. Take out the ramekins from the fridge and pour an equal quantity of batter into them ramekins. Put them inside a fridge and only take them out when you need to bake them. Preheat the oven at 190 degrees until the fondant roses.

2. Chocolate Rasmalai Terrine Recipe

The Chocolate Rasmalai Terrine Recipe features two desserts in one dish, chocolate and Rasmalai. To make this recipe, you should begin by melting some chocolate and allowing it to cool down. Grab a bowl and mix sweet wine, sugar, gelatin, and double cream. Now, heat the mixture until the gelatin melts. Then, mix the whipped cream with the chocolate. 

Grab an elongated rectangular mould and use olive oil to line it with a pinch of icing sugar. Next, place the chocolate mixture in it. Lay down the rasmalai slices over the chocolate mixture. Pour the chocolate mixture over the rasmalai to cover them. Then, deep freeze the dish for at least three hours. Slice before serving.

3. Chocolate-Muesli Rocks

The Chocolate-Museli Rocks recipe is a quick one if your snack cravings kick in late during the night and you are too lazy to do anything about it. This recipe uses just four ingredients, and two of them are optional. 

To make Chocolate-Muesli Rocks, simply mix the chocolate with museli. Use a spoon and fork to divide equal amounts into small segments onto a flat plate. Place the mixture inside the freezer for around 20 to 25 minutes at 8 C to 12 C. Finally, take them out and enjoy. 

4. Chocolate and Banana Crepes

The Chocolate and Banana Crepes are made using ingredients that are most probably resting in your kitchen cabinets right now. Begin by mixing milk, eggs, and butter together. Then, based on the consistency of the batter, add flour slowly. Add a bit of water to make it runny. 

Remember that the crepes should be free-flowing. You do not want it to be thick. Grab a pan, heat some butter, and pour the batter. Let it cook for a few minutes, and add the toppings such as hazelnut/chocolate and bananas in one dish. The other can have a pinch of cinnamon or chopped oranges. Once it is ready, you can use the topping of your choice.

5. Chocolate Mousse with Pomegranate

Made in just 30 minutes, the Chocolate Mousse with Pomegranate is going to be a sure hit. You need to prepare the mousse and Pomegranate separately. For the Pomegranate reduction, you need to extract some juice or simply use bottled juice with sugar in a pan. Cook it over high heat for at least 10 minutes until it thickens. 

You need to grab a double boiler for the mousse and melt the butter and chocolate together. Once both the ingredients melt set it aside and allow it to cool down for 2-3 minutes. Then, add whisked egg yolks and mix. Now add half the pomegranate reduction and fold the whisked egg whites. Finally, pour the mousse in ramekins and set it inside the freezer for around 2-3 hours. Serve with some pomegranate reduction.

6. Chocolate Muffins


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It is impossible to complete a chocolate list without mentioning muffins. Considering that you can consume them at breakfast or mid-day, there are very few chocolate recipes that outclass muffins. 

To make chocolate muffins, begin by placing the pastry cups in muffin pans. Sift the cocoa powder, flour, baking powder, and then transfer the mixture into a mixing bowl. Add eggs, sugar, butter, salt, and vanilla while beating the mixture until it turns smooth. Now add a bit of hot water and beat the mixture again. Once the mixture turns smooth, pour it into the pastry cups and preheat the oven. Bake the mixture for about 15-20 minutes. Finally, remove it from the oven and allow it to cool.

7. Fudgy Chewy Brownies

The Fudgy Chewy Brownies Recipe takes one small bite to get you hooked. You can have a dozen of these brownies in a single day and still not get enough. Preheat the oven at 325 degrees by adjusting the rack to a lower-middle position. 

Grab a bowl, whisk some salt, flour, and baking powder, and set it aside. Next, use a cooking spray to spray an 8-inch baking pan. Place a foil sheet in the pan keeping the sides up to use as a handle to lift the cooked brownies. Use the cooking spray to spray the sheet as well. Then, grab a medium bowl and melt the chocolates and butter over a pan that contains simmering water. 

Remove the mixture from heat and whisk in vanilla and sugar. Now, whisk the eggs individually, ensuring that each egg is fully incorporated before adding the next. Ensure that the mixture is smooth and glossy by continuing whisking. Then, add dry ingredients. Use a prepared pan to pour the batter and let it sit inside the oven for 35-45 minutes. Get a hold of a wire rack and cool the brownies for five minutes. 

Using the handles, lift the brownies from the pan and allow them to cool for at least three hours. Once cooled, cut the fudge into squares or any other shape of your preference. You can also store it as a cake by wrapping it in plastic wrap. 

8. Grilled S’mores Sandwich 

Grilled s’mores sandwich will become your next big obsession if you are a grilled cheese lover. Whether you crave some chocolate snack in the middle of the night or love some choco-kick for yourself early in the morning, this delicious chocolate recipe has your back. 

With the crunchiness of the bread toasted to perfection and the smooth, gooey sweet filling of the chocolate and fluffy marshmallows, this take on the savory grilled cheese sandwich is nothing short of food heaven. For making this quick chocolate fix, grab your favorite brand of chocolate and a bag of marshmallows. Spread chocolate on the bread and plop little fluffy marshmallow balls all over it. The more, the better! 

Now grill the sandwich in a grilling pan or toaster oven and taste the yummiest dessert sandwich you could ever wish for. 

9. Chocolate PB Graham crackers 

Graham crackers are the most delightful munchable snacks that ever existed. If you combine it with the heavenly goodness of chocolate and peanut butter, you can achieve the ultimate chocolate euphoria. Graham crackers also have less sugar content, making them healthier than regular cookies. 

For this delectable chocolate snack, grab white and black chocolate and a large quantity of creamy peanut butter. You have to make a creamy sweet paste by mixing white chocolate with peanut butter and leaving the black chocolate alone. Now coat the graham crackers with both types of chocolate and let them set in the fridge for a couple of hours. Your instant chocolate snacks are ready. 

10. Junior Mints Coated with Chocolate 

Unlike peppermint patties, these junior mints coated with chocolate pack a punch of flavor that is best for quick snacking. For the filing of these devilish little bite-sized munchies, whip up a frosting made by blending cream cheese and powdered sugar. Once the mixture is all whipped up and sturdy, mix in your preferred mint extract. 

Make little balls of the thick cream frosting and let them set in the fridge for some time. Coat them generously with melted chocolate once set and place them on cooling racks.


When it comes to quick chocolate recipes for snacking, all you need are a few simple and basic ingredients paired with the right technique. These recipes are not limited to special events or occasions. You can easily make them with a few minutes to spare. Moreover, you can also store them in the freezer to treat yourself as soon as the weekend kicks in.