Sannel Larson

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Sensual Chocolate Dessert for Valentine's Day

The weeks pass by so quickly and before we know it, Valentine's Day will be upon us. It's time to start planning that special evening so that everything will turn out the way you have fantasized and hoped for.

Sannel's "Couldn't Eat Just One Piece Without Wanting More" Dessert

Go Straight To The Dessert!
To prepare an amorous meal for that special someone, takes much hard work and time, but do not spend much energy on the main course — Heck, save yourself all the effort, and head straight to the dessert. As the saying goes, all work and no play. . . Well, setting the right mood for a frisky evening does not include a hot stove and dirty dishes.

Move You In The Right Direction

So what could be more sensual than to serve your sweetheart a tempting aphrodisiac that will put you both in a better mood, and get your blood flowing to all the right places. Chocolate is just the perfect appetizer that will melt-in-the-mouth and truly whet your partner's appetite for wanting more.

One mouth-full of this velvety, sexy and luscious natural aphrodisiac will get your pulses racing, and will in no time move you towards the right direction, the direction to the boudoir that is.

Chocolate - Gives You A Natural High
Chocolate has something that's called phenylethylamine and serotonin. It's a chemical that will lift your mood and give you a natural high. This feeling resembles the same feeling as when you feel love-sick, passion or even lust. Moreover, the cocoa in chocolate has a stimulant which is called methylxanthinesThis stimulant will give our sensuality a boost, and our skin will feel even the slightest touch against it. Those feelings cause a rise in blood pressure that will increase the heart rate and activate feelings comparable to lust.

Sinfully Delicious! 

Spark Of Sexual Hunger
Setting the right mood for a memorable evening, and to make that special guy or girl to be swept off his or her feet, well, then you definitely should serve them chocolate. Chocolate seems to have libido-boosting qualities. However, to call it an aphrodisiac might be stretching it a bit, but eating chocolate does activate certain feelings in you that will trigger of a spark of sexual hunger.

Golden Goblets Of Chocolate
The Aztec emperor Monteczuma with his 600 or so wives, had to do anything and everything in his power to keep those women happy. Apparently he drank fifty golden goblets of chocolate a day to keep up the strenuous work as an affectionate and lustful husband, and to keep his manly reputation intact. Whoa!

Women More Responsive To Chocolate

The famous lover Casanova, they say, consumed chocolate for its aphrodisiac boosting qualities before he went out for his amorous play with his conquests. However, if he had known that women are more responsive to the effects of phenylethylamine and serotonin, he should have brought some of that stimulating chocolate with him to give to the women, and not leave everything up to his charm alone to guarantee successful achievement.

Sensuality One A Plate

A Memorable Recipe
With this sensual recipe you'll make a memorable and unforgettable Valentine's evening, or any other evening noteworthy for that matter by increasing the energy, and testosterone levels of you and your partner.
A bite of this rich and scrumptious chocolate dessert may not turn you into Hollywood's sexiest hunk or the sexiest and hottest calendar model, but a mouthful of this visually appealing and sinfully tempting chocolate will sweeten the night, and make sure of a loved one's everlasting devotion.

An Unforgettable Evening Of Lust
This ice-cold dessert will trap your partner into a sensual evening of passion. With each spoonful, the velvety chocolate cream melts over mouth and tongue. The soft marshmallows swell in the mouth as a sensation of lust heightens. The raspberries sourness will dampen some of the guilt of arousal, but the last spoon of melting rich chocolate will make the consequences to be forgotten.

Finally, licking the last silky, chocolate cream from the bottom of the bowl the climax is near, and when the culmination is in a final state, the feeling of guilt of wanting more is so strong, knowing that only one serving of this sinfully moist and luscious dessert is not enough, and an evening of passion begins. 
There’s nothing sexier than chocolate!


  • ¾ cup (170 ml) water
  • ¾ cup (170 ml) granulated sugar
  • ¾ cup (170 ml) cocoa powder
  • 1 ½ cup (340 ml) heavy cream
  • 3 ½ ounces (100 gram) semisweet chocolate
  • 5 ounces (140 gram ) save some for decoration mini marshmallows
  • 5 ounces (140 gram ) frozen or fresh raspberries for decoration

How to:

Serves 6 to 8

1. In a small saucepan over medium-high heat, gradually whisk together water, sugar and cocoa powder until it is a smooth paste, (couple of minutes). Remove from heat. Cool. If you like you can place the bowl with the chocolate sauce in a bowl of ice-cold water to speed up the cooling process.

2. Meanwhile in a stainless steel bowl beat the heavy/double cream with a hand mixer until light and fluffy.

3. Chop the chocolate.

4. With a rubber spatula, gently fold in the whipped cream, chunks of chocolates and mini marshmallows into the cold chocolate sauce.

5. Line a plastic bowl with plastic wrap. Pour the chocolate mixture into the bowl and spread evenly. Cover with plastic wrap. Put in the freezer. Freeze the mix for at least 4 hours (overnight if you have the time).

6. Take the bowl out of the freezer. Take away the plastic wrap.

7. Just before serving gently place the dessert on a serving plate. Take away the plastic foil. Scatter raspberries and some extra marshmallows around the ice cream.

8. Serve immediately using a sharp knife.

Enjoy your Sensual Dessert!

 Soothing Sensual Music With Your Amorous Dessert 

Happy Valentine's Day! 



  1. Oooh, Sannel! I like the way you think! This dessert looks entirely too decadent, even sinful, to eat. I'm sure it will whet one's appetite for more than just chocolate. Good thing too! After eating this you would definitely have to partake in some form of vigorous activity in order to burn off the calories!

    Thanks for sharing this delightful recipe. By the way, some people might like some peanuts with this tempting taste bud tantalizer!

  2. M'm, M'm I'll share this with family, friends, and the whole world if you whip up a batch big enough - smile. That little bit of zip from the Master Chef is what does the trick I bet. I'll ask Julie and John after Valentines day.

    For now I'm splurging with a Hagedaz strawberry pint. Just about right. I would go for Coffee Crunch, but the 7-11 store does not carry it :( oh well, remember to smile and have fun, fun, fun . . .


  3. Rick, I'm really glad that you are agreeing with me when it comes to all the positive benefits this dessert has to offer. You should definitely try your hands on this, I promise, you'll not get disappointed. Mmmm, peanuts. . . oh, now you really make this dessert irresistible! Lol!
    Thank you for your wonderful comment!

  4. Mitch, I'm afraid, if I try to make this dessert for you and your family, I'll eat it all myself, before I have time to send it to you. Sorry, but it's so good. There is no way I can resist it as much as I can't resist HĂ€agen-Dazs Coffee Crunch. . . yummy, my absolute favorite!
    Take care!

  5. The type of pan you use when baking is important. The right pan can determine the outcome of your dish.

  6. Wow! So beautiful and romantic!
    Very nice!

  7. Oh my goodness this sounds heavenly! I'm late to the party so I'll have to make this soon. Heck I'm not waiting till next Valentines Day to make it....... Gotta go shop :)


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