Nutty Chocolate Rusk

Happy National Chocolate Covered Anything Day! 

Have you decided what to cover with your favorite type of chocolate? I bet a lot of people vote for fresh fruits, cookies, chips, popcorns, churros, nuts…well, aren’t you forgetting something? 

Imagine you are in a bakery. There are a variety of sweet bread, doughnuts, cakes, pudding, savory cheesy bread…well, aren’t you forgetting something again? 

In the corner of a bakery, there is always something yummy but not quite spotted a light. Sure for being in a bakery, crunchy, sweet little bag of you. Here, this is your day, rusk!! 

This is the version of sweet milk chocolate with crunchy roasted nuts. When you have a bite, first you’ll hear nice crunchy sounds followed by sweet chocolate, earthy nuts, and full of wheat flavor bursting in your mouth:)


<Today’s Recipe>

Nutty Chocolate Rusk

nutty chocolate rusk


  • Some baguette
  • 2 slices milk chocolate
  • 3 tablespoons walnuts



  1. Toast baguette until they are crunchy.
  2. Roast walnut in a pan. Set aside.
  3. Melt chocolate by putting the bowl in hot water.
  4. Remove baguette from heat and spread chocolate on baguette.
  5. Sprinkle walnuts and let it cool until the chocolate is set.


nutty chocolate rusk

Super easy to make, yet it’s sure they makeover your teatime exceptional! 


<Don’t Forget Something to Drink!>

With extra whipped cream please! Vienna Coffee

vienna coffee

With a boost of berry flavor! Russian Tea

russian berry tea

Did you know, a lot of Vietnamese coffee contains chocolate flavor! Vietnamese Coffee

vietnamese coffee

Enjoy the sweet aroma of chocolate in your home:)

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