I know, I know. Very little toys lately in Toys & Bacon. I'll make it up big time, starting Friday. All next week will be about toys or at least have something toy related.
Now you may have read my Monday topic on the cheese omelet. I claimed that omelet was a great place to start experimenting for two reasons: Omelet is extremely simple to make, and the egg is versatile and can take on the role of both dinner and dessert.
I also gave some unusual suggestions, among them was making a chocolate omelet. While not extremely creative, it can be an alternative to some that want to do something slightly different. And for you low-carb nuts out there, this is a viable option for dessert.
I'm very much up to the task of trying out new stuff, and the chocolate omelet is by far the weirdest thing I've made. My onion milkshake may be up there. As could my almond-pizza. But at while it is extremely funny to experiment, after a few decades of eating various stuff, you kinda know what to expect when you mix ingredients together. You know that the onion will clash with the ice cream.
Even though I have never made chocolate omelet before, I know what to expect, I can imagine how it will taste. I know I'm not taking any risks.
Mix the egg and spoon of milk, stir it properly. Add choco.
I assume adding syrup, sugar and jam will make it taste even better, but as it was, this was a surprisingly cute dessert. Extremely easy to make, and like all omelets it's easy to customize to your preferred taste.