Easy-to-Make Holiday Dessert: Triple Chocolate Float

It’s almost New Year yet us, moms who run in the corporate world, just got today (30th of December) as start of our holiday break. Though we just came fresh from the stressful life in the office, I am pretty sure that we all still want to fix some yummy dishes for our dearest loves. SuperMoms, we are!

To start off, let me share with you an easy-to-make, no-bake dessert that the whole family will surely love – the Triple Chocolate Float

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Ingredients we will need:

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2 packs M. Y. San chocolate graham crackers
3 packs Nestle all purpose cream
1 big can Alaska condensed milk
Chocolate bar
Chocolate syrup

Tools to use:

Mixer
Mixing bowl
5 pcs 500ml microwavable tubs

Steps:
1. Chill the all purpose cream overnight.

Tip: Chill also the mixing whisks and bowl for best results in whipping the cream.

2. Whip the cream first on low to high speed.

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When the cream has doubled its volume and it forms little peaks, add the condensed milk. Whip for a few minutes.

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3. Get the tubs and spread a little of the cream mixture at the bottom.

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4. Start layering the crackers then put 1 cup of cream. Grate some chocolates on top of the cream.

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5. Do step no. 4 for layers 2 and 3.

6. On top of the 3rd layer, drizzle some chocolate syrup.

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7. Chill before serving.

There you go! Very easy-to-prepare, all time favorite, yummy dessert! The Triple Chocolate Float is like an ice cream and a cake rolled into one. Why get those expensive store-bought ice cream cakes when you can do it on your own in a breeze? And most of all, you also get to bond with your kiddos while preparing it. Panalo!

Hoping we all have a happy 2017!

Happy New Year, Merry Moms!

Enjoy!

29 comments

  1. Berlin says:

    My boys love my graham cakes. I.havent tried this with the grated chocolate and I am excited to try. Surely the boys would like it as they love anything with chocolate. Making graham cake is the easiest way to make desserts and please the children.

  2. Nilyn - Above Rubies says:

    I am not good with cooking and baking and anything that has something to do with kitchen aside from doing the dishes and cooking rice and fried eggs, lol. This is why I also go with easy to do recipes like this one – those that aren’t very complicated. hehe.

  3. Melisa Sanchez says:

    Oh I love graham cakes, but the problem is my toddler. Every time na kakain ako ng chocolates sabi nya sakin “Ew ma, yucks”! Lol! Ayaw nya ng chocolates. But I love this. I’d love to do this sometimes.

  4. May Palacpac says:

    Ah yes, I did another version of this some years ago. The one with bananas and instead of grating the chocolate, I chopped them in chunks. Cream and Condensed milk is such a wonderful combo in the kitchen to have, hihi.

  5. grace says:

    Wow! My husband loves graham cake and I know he’ll love this chocolate version! Since I was not able to make this for holiday, sa birthday ko na lang πŸ™‚

  6. Michelle says:

    Oh my! Pag ganitong nagko-control dapat ako ng sugar intake dahil buntis ako, hindi good for me makakita ng mga recipe na ganito… Hahaha! This is soooo yummy! Mango float ang palagi kong request sa Mama ko noon. Super favorit ko sya, I can eat a whole tupperware all by myself! Hahaha! Siguro next time ipapa-try ko sa kanya

  7. Michelle says:

    Oh my! Pag ganitong nagko-control dapat ako ng sugar intake dahil buntis ako, hindi good for me makakita ng mga recipe na ganito… Hahaha! This is soooo yummy! Mango float ang palagi kong request sa Mama ko noon. Super favorit ko sya, I can eat a whole tupperware all by myself! Hahaha! Siguro next time ipapa-try ko sa kanya itong triple chocolate float. πŸ˜€

  8. Liz A says:

    Never thought of doing this last holiday season. LOL! I made crema de fruta instead since nobody makes that in the family anymore these days. πŸ˜€ Will have to keep this in mind the next time a family event comes up.

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