Saturday, March 3, 2012

Marbled Chocolate Cheesecake Toast

Have you ever seen a prettier piece of toast?  I most certainly have not.  I almost didn't want to eat it because it looked so pretty.  And then I really wanted to eat it and almost forgot to take a picture (*gasp!*).  Have you made my strawberry cheesecake toast (here)?  Well..this recipe may be even better.  There are way too many toppings you can put on toast, (you can look at my toast page here) so I only post the really really reallyyy good toppings on my recipe page.  And this recipe definitely qualifies for a spot.  It's everything you love about chocolate cheesecake, but on toast.  Now you can whip it up for breakfast, dessert, or just as an any time snack..and it won't take you 5 hours, like a normal cheesecake would - more like 2 minutes.  The warm chocolate chips get all melty and you have to lick off the frosting if it starts to fall of the toast cause it gets all gooey and delicious and warm and - OHMYGOSH!  Just make this.  You won't regret it.

1 slice of bread
2-3 tablespoonfuls of cream cheese frosting*** (or your desired amount)
handful of chocolate chips 
Gram Cracker Crumbs (optional)
Chopped nuts (optional)
Sweetened flaked coconut (optional)

1.  Toast bread.  While bread is toasting, place chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for about 15 seconds, or until soft.  Don't heat them up for more than 15 seconds at one time or they may burn.
2.  Spread hot toast with cream cheese frosting.  Drop soft chocolate chips on top, and swirl them with a knife to make a marble looking design.  Top with additional toppings if desired.  Serve immediately.

***If you don't have cream cheese frosting prepared, you can use the frosting from here, but leave out the maple syrup.

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