choco pear on toast

This is breakfast for people that have an intensive day ahead. Full of sports, activities and deadlines. It’s a stack of toast. That is fully coated with hazelnut chocolate paste and slices of an overripe pear

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Yes, hazelnuts are part of this hazelnut chocolate paste


editor's note

This super sweet stack of hazelnut chocolate paste and fruit is a delight. And correct me in case I'm wrong. I believe it's a leftover solution for overripe pears. For the fact you need these sloppy soft pears. That have passed their expiration date. However, within today's context on the discussion of expiration date's. It does not matter whether a pear passed it. As long as a fruit is soft and full of taste. It will do great within a hazelnut chocolate coated toast


  1. 4 slices of bread
  2. 5 tsp. of hazelnut chocolate paste
  3. 1 pear


  • a knife
  • a teaspoon
  • a cutting board
  • a toaster
  • a clean kitchen towel


  1. Wash & towel dry pear
  2. Toast slices of bread in toaster
  3. Leave skin on pear 
  4. Cut thin strips from pear
  5. Cement top of toast with hazelnut chocopaste
  6. Layer thin strips of pear on toast
  7. Take a new slice of toasted bread
  8. Cover both sides with hazelnut choco paste
  9. Cover toast (from step no 5) with the slice you just covered in paste 
  10. Repeat step 6-9
  11. Cover the top with a layer of hazelnut choco paste
  12. Cut stack in half
  13. Bon appétit!
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