Creamy, dreamy chocolate frosting shots…
Tequila shots??? Who needs ’em?!
Maybe you’ve heard of the popular bakery, Sprinkles?
At this bakery, they sell something known as a frosting shot. It’s genius…
How many times have you eaten a cupcake, only to say, “Gosh I wish this cupcake had less cake and more chocolate frosting”?
Enter the frosting shot: a small glass filled to the brim (and beyond!) with—you guessed it—chocolate frosting.
Yesterday, I made my own chocolate frosting shots:
Thick chocolate frosting shots…
You can try this on chocolate cupcakes or even the famous Black Bean Brownies.
Or skip the cupcake, like I did, and simply serve yourself a big glass of unadulterated chocolate bliss.
Cupcakes? With all these chocolate frosting shots around, they’d just get in the way! On a related note, I’ve been surprised how many people have been asking the same question on my blog: Is chocolate vegan? Oh goodness, yes. Chocolate most definitely is vegan.
If you learn just one thing from reading my blog, let it be that!
In the months since I first made this recipe, vegans and non-vegans, health-food-eaters and people who are used to “normal” desserts, have all gone completely crazy for this easy-to-make, smooth and rich chocolate frosting – It is highly recommended!!!
If you try the recipe, please feel free to tag me @ChocolateCoveredKatie on Instagram so I can see and like your photos!
Chocolate Frosting Shots
Chocolate Frosting Shots!
- 1 can full-fat coconut milk or coconut cream
- 1/4 cup plus 1 tbsp cocoa or cacao powder
- 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
- sweetener of choice to taste (Use stevia or powdered sugar for thickest results)
Healthy frosting recipe: Open your coconut milk, and if it’s not already super-thick, leave the can (or transfer to a bowl) uncovered in the fridge overnight. Try not to shake the can too much before opening. It should get very, very thick. (If it doesn’t, you’ve gotten a bad can that won’t work for the recipe. I recommend Thai Kitchen Organic. Hint: shake the can when you’re at the store. If you can hear the liquidy contents swishing around, it’s probably too thin to work for this recipe. Or if you want a no-fail option, buy coconut cream instead, at Trader Joes or an Asian market.) Once thick, transfer only the creamy part to a bowl, leaving the watery part out. Whip in your cocoa, vanilla, and sweetener with a fork, or even beaters if you want to be fancy. For the photos on this page, I didn’t use beaters. But I did pipe the chocolate frosting shots out using an icing tip. Stored uncovered in the fridge, the mixture gets even thicker.
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