Baking| Double Chocolate Dessert Popovers … on the fast track with Daring Bakers

“After eating chocolate you feel godlike, as though you can conquer enemies, lead armies, entice lovers.”
Emily Luchetti

Double Chocolate Dessert PopoversAnother month, another Daring Baker challenge; and panic attack as always. It was almost halfway through the month, and procrastination is not my ball game anymore. A hack attack on my blog set me back many days, and I was gasping for air. The Daring Kitchen offered huge respite by way of the theme … Quick Breads. Was music to my ears … and resulted in food for the soul – Double Chocolate Dessert Popovers.Double Chocolate Dessert Popovers

The Daring Bakers’ February 2012 host was – Lis! Lisa stepped in last minute and challenged us to create a quick bread we could call our own. She supplied us with a base recipe and shared some recipes she loves from various websites and encouraged us to build upon them and create new flavor profiles.

Double Chocolate Dessert Popovers

Double Chocolate Dessert PopoversMy inspiration once again stemmed from Renata @ Testado, Provado & Aprovado! at the forum. She posted the yummiest and airiest looking popovers which she made in ceramic pots. I had to make them, but by the time I got to the kitchen, the terrible teen suffered chocolate cravings big time. Studying for her grade 10 state exams has left her hungry 24 X 7 with cravings galore. {They begin today, the 27th}.Double Chocolate Dessert PopoversThe diet never leaves her though and I am thrilled to see her choose a banana over French toast on some days, a fenugreek flatbread {methi ka paratha} with a yogurt dip is suddenly popular. Broccoli is being ferociously chomped, all thanks to the net which offers better weight loss solutions than the hapless mother!Double Chocolate Dessert Popovers It works for me, so doubling the chocolate was offered most happily. “Food“, she boomed… “I’m hungers again“! I loved the idea of quick breads, the forum on the Daring Kitchen speedily inspiring this time. So much creativity and energy there this month, I was infected! Googling got me to David Lebovitz, and these were in the oven as soon as it was preheated! DELICIOUS, gooey and ever-so-chocolaty!

♥♥♥Rules of the challenge♥♥♥
No yeast
Can’t take more than 1.5 hours to prepare and bake through.
Only loaves or muffins/popovers

Quick Apple Walnut Cinnamon BunsI did manage another quick round of baking yesterday, these Quick Apple Walnut Cinnamon Buns. Barely managed to down load a few pictures. Will share the recipe soon, so do stay tuned. They were delicious too … and QUICK!

Thank you Lisa for a real fun and ‘breathless’ challenge. Thank you and Ivonne of Cream Puffs in Venice for hosting this fab kitchen!! Do stop by here to see the other speedy bakers at work!! They are talented as they are quick!

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  1. Oh, lovely! I’ve never had chocolate popovers, but I really like the idea. Divine, I’m sure.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  2. A lovely selection for Daring bakers, these are simply irresistible!

  3. Ohh they look scrummy!! I bet they are divine.

  4. lovely popovers….scrummy lil’ treats!You are such a yummy mummy deeba!!

  5. I’m honored, Deeba. Having inspired such a wonderful baker as you makes me so happy! Needless to say that I will have to try yours too! I had never seen chocolate popovers. Your photos, spectacular as always, I want to jump into the screen to grab one of these beauties!
    Good luck to your daughter on her exams!

  6. Delicious double chocolate dessert Debbie, I am honored to share the delicious food item you may have in your site. Chocolate is one of my favorite desserts since I was a little kid but unluckily, I do not have the talent to cook and bake pastries.

  7. “Ai WOW Shet Sarap” This must be my little kids are sayin when they saw that tasty popovers. :)

  8. Wow they look heavenly! I made simple popovers using the same recipe as posted by Renata, but yours are simply looking divine. As always you are way ahead of all of us.
    Best of luck to your daughter (and to you too) for her exams!

  9. Looks so good!! I never bake with eggs but this recipe is so tempting! I can never get enough of your photos Deeba! You are fabulous :)

  10. There is a lot of chocolate going on here I adore the look of the popovers i made them also I love the flavour profile. Cheers from Audax in Sydney Australia.

  11. Exams would make more hungry (than usual) I would so look forward to snack time. Your popovers look invitingly dark and dangerous too, another recipe for me to try from your space. Chocolaty and quick is really really hard to resist!

  12. How incredible do these look? Chocolate is so delicious but always so hard to photograph with all its brown colours, but you’ve managed to make these look so amazing. I would reach out and pluck one from the screen right now if I could!

  13. isabella057 says:

    I love this recipe! Chocolate muffins? hmmm.. love it! I should try baking this recipe. My niece and nephews will surely enjoy it!

  14. Beautiful photos, beautiful recipe. I must say I adore your quotes in every post :)!

  15. These are so beautiful. I love the idea of chocolate popovers.

  16. I’m still in that teenager chocolate phase. I’m unsure if I’ll leave it. These look so so scrumptioouss

  17. Wow, Deeba! You have a way with pictures and a way in the kitchen! Both of those look marvelous. Nice job on the challenge!

  18. They do look chocolatey… and delicious! Good luck to your daughter with her exams
    Best, Sandie

  19. These popovers look delectable!

    And so do the cinnamon roll-ups, mmm. I tried to make those once myself, but it was a big disappointment — too bready and not pastrylike enough, for some reason. I’ll be checking back for that recipe.

  20. shane26 says:

    I want to try this kind of recipe this weekend…I will ask the help of my sisters…For sure my family will love this too!

  21. Emily says:

    It is difficult to express how impressed I am by your photos. Are you a proffessional photographer? Love the recipe!

  22. Both recipes look absolutely divine! I’m going to look out for the recipe for the Quick Apple Walnut Cinnamon Buns!

  23. wow I just fell in love with your choco popovers, but the cinnamon buns look mezmerizing to me too. I wish I could have some now, looks so very tempting. O.O
    enjoyed your photographie!

  24. Dear Deeba these look amazing and beauty and Im hungry dear!!! (lol)

  25. Beautiful and lovely! I am always so excited to see what you have created with each challenge! I love pop-overs, and I am sure double chocolate ones would be amazing!

  26. Your popovers look amazing! How have I never baked popovers before.

  27. Beautiful pictures and delicious chocolate popovers!

  28. delicious…
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  29. I love the pictures you have posted here…This post is really amazing!

  30. Wow, these look so tempting! Was so busy this month too, finally posted my challenge. Nowhere as good looking as yours dearie. Hope the teeny bopper is going well with exams and hope you’re hanging in there as support crew. *hugs*

  31. That looks delicious. I have to make it tonight.

  32. What a great looking dessert. I’ve never made it. Beautiful pics also.

  33. That’s a drool worthy dessert with chocolate. Perfect for all kinds of celebrations. Pictures are stunning deeba.

  34. I have been so busy hence skip the DB challenges so many times now, but your choco pops made me wish I did something delicious too! All the best to the teen for her exam!

  35. Anything that starts with double chocolate is bound to catch my attention and these popovers certainly did that!

  36. This is a great challenge :) You did a fantastic job! These are like a cross between a lava cake and a cupcake and just everything that I like!!!

    Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  37. I have made regular popovers before, but chocolate popovers sound amazing. Anything with chocolate catches my eye. Going to make these this weekend!

  38. Francinne says:

    Chocolates are definitely lovely!I want to try this kind of recipe…

  39. i wannA have allllll of those! A L L

  40. manjeet says:

    Hi
    I was not familiar with “popovers” as a dessert but the pics looked so amazing that I tried these out today..they came out nice but I am not sure how they should taste..Should they taste like muffins or a dense chocolate cake? Can you perhaps elaborate on that please? It’ll help me understand whether my attempt was perfect or not :)

    • Hi Manjeet, They were light and airy, more like muffins. Like most popovers, they must be served warm out of the oven to retain the feel of lightness.
      Hope this helps. Take care

      • manjeet says:

        Thanks for the prompt reply Deeba..Mine were not really popping over :) They were dense ..should I have added some baking soda or powder?

  41. Theriz26 says:

    Wow! this is really a mouthwatering Chocolate muffins. I will definitely gonna try baking this recipe. Thanks for the post and for sharing this to us.

  42. Yummy!!!! Bookmarked the site…
    mumbaiflowerplaza.com

  43. Those double chocolate dessert popovers look delicious! Great photos.

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