Nutty Chocolate Rocks
Dark chocolate - 100 gm
Roasted Pista (crushed) - 30 gm
Roasted Almonds (crushed) - 30 gm
Roasted Walnuts (crushed) - 30 gm
Muesli - 20 gm
1. Melt the Dark chocolate in Microwave.
2. Add Roasted Pista, Roasted Almonds, Roasted Walnuts, Muesli & mix well in the melted chocolate.
3. Make your own shape & place in the butter sheet.
4. Keep in the Fridge for 10 minutes.
5. Your Nutty Chocolate Rocks is ready.
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