Chocolate Grazing Plate, A Great Alternative To Cake!

A few weeks ago my ‘baby’ turned 18! How the hell did that happen, it did not seem that long ago that she had her first day of school….

Both of my girls have always had a birthday party every year….yep, I am one of those mums that loves organising parties, coming up with themes and baking up a storm.

As we were planning her 18th party, she informs me she does not want a cake….WHAT!

Who has a major life event party without a cake? Miss WW does. Ok, time to come up with plan B.

At birthdays we eat cake

We did have a caramel and pecan mud cake at her family and friends lunch, but I hatched a different plan for her party.

Admittedly I did notice at last years party that the awesome cake I made did go virtually untouched so I did not argue about not having one this time.

Miss WW loves chocolate and adores brownies, so I combined the two and popped it all on a large white platter and that was a huge hit and was literally inhaled by everyone.

 

we love chocolate

 

I did not have time to experiment with brownie recipes so I played it safe and went with my one pot brownie that is just lush and you can get the details here.

Then I added the following goodies:-

A packet of Cadbury Milk Chocolate Finger biscuits

A packet of mini Kit Kats with the wrappers removed

A packet of mini Twix bars with the wrappers removed

A block of Nestle Cookies and Cream chocolate cut into pieces.

But you can use whatever chocolates are your favourites. Nestle was on special that week so they won out.

Sparklers also won out as I did not want to try and stick 18 candles into all the brownie pieces.

The brownie can be made the day before and with virtually not preparation required so it is an easy dessert for any party.

Have you gotten into the grazing plate style of food service that is so popular right now?

 

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