Get ready to have your taste buds blown away by this AUTHENTIC Chocolate Stollen recipe filled with chocolate chips and topped with a dark chocolate glaze! So grab your apron and prepare to embark on a chocolatey journey that will leave you wondering why you ever settled for anything less than perfection. And don’t forget to buckle up, folks – this is going to be one sweet ride! Stollen + chocolate chips = Love at first bite! Prepare for a sweet explosion of flavors.
Breaking news: Traditional Stollen gets a modern twist with chocolate chips.
Not only is Chocolate Stollen totally stollentastic, but there are 2 ways to make it:
- As traditional German Stollen with regular flour and yeast.
- As low-carb, keto, mini Stollen with naturally gluten-free almond flour and no yeast, a delectable take on the classic German Christmas bread.
The spices and the orange-and-lemon candied fruits are the same in both recipes, so the only major difference between the two is the type of flour used.
The ‘Stollen’ secret: Mini Chocolate Chip Stollen.
How to make traditional Chocolate Stollen
Just head to my Classic Stollen Recipe and adapt the recipe as follows:
- Use dark or semisweet chocolate chips instead of raisins.
- Decorate the Stollen with a dark melted chocolate bar instead of powdered sugar.
How to make equally delicious keto Mini Chocolate Stollen
To make its rival, head to the Chocolate Chip Mini Stollen Recipe. Absolutely mouthwatering, this recipe has one advantage: It’s faster since there’s no yeast.
In terms of flavor, they will both have you dancing the polka in no time.
Mouthwatering baking awaits you
So, after indulging in the scrumptious journey of authentic German Chocolate Stollen, we can safely say that this delectable treat is like finding the pot of gold at the end of a deliciously sweet rainbow. With its rich history and mouthwatering blend of flavors, it’s no wonder why this buttery delight has become a beloved holiday tradition. So, next time you find yourself craving something special to satisfy your sweet tooth, skip the ordinary and go for the extraordinary.
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