Randy Mayor; Cindy Barr
Yield
10 servings (serving size: 1 bruschetta)

Salt enhances the chocolate flavor. For best results, use good-quality chocolate and coarse sea salt. Garnish with fresh mint leaves instead of orange rind, if desired.

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat broiler.

Step 2

Lightly coat bread with cooking spray. Place bread on a baking sheet; broil 3 minutes on each side or until toasted. Remove bread from oven.

Step 3

Reduce oven temperature to 350°.

Step 4

Sprinkle each bread slice with about 1 1/2 tablespoons chocolate. Bake 5 minutes or until chocolate melts. Sprinkle evenly with salt; garnish with orange rind, if desired. Serve warm.

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Ratings & Reviews

momloveschocola's Review

JennSkiEats
December 07, 2009
This was very easy, very fast and looked and tasted elegant! Everyone I served it to at a holiday Wreath Making Party wants to make it for Christmas Eve! I didn't alter the recipe at all!

LittleMo
December 10, 2015
Did you try the recipe as is? What did taste like? Are you just rating it a one star because you prefer such a dessert to be made with pound cake or graham crackers as you suggested? Personally, I think serving Yorkshire Puddings with anything other than savoury gravy is crazy - downright revolting, in my opinion ... but if I came across a recipe for such, I wouldn't immediately rate it one star until I'd tried it and found it to be not to my taste. Even then, I would still rate it three as long as the directions made sense and following the recipe as listed ensured the outcome I was supposed to have.

JennSkiEats's Review

momloveschocola
October 28, 2014
It wasn't possible to give this less than one star, or I would have. This is wrong. Chocolate on bread is wrong. Here's how to really make "chocolate bruschetta" Instead of bread use graham crackers or pound cake. use the same dark chocolate but also chop up about 15-20 strawberries and a little bit (1 oz) of white chocolate. Bake at 350 for five minutes.