What to do When There is Just Too Much Chocolate
Quick fact: a person must eat more than just chocolate. However, that seems to be all I've eaten all week. Here's my new favorite way to start the day.
To start with, you need a bagel, peanut butter, a banana, and chocolate. I prefer bananas that have been in the refrigerator, because they seem to taste sweeter than room-temperature bananas, and they're cold! As for the chocolate, really anything will work, but I think that a nice hollow bunny works the best.
Spread peanut butter on your bagel, liberally if you're able to. You don't want too much peanut butter, because it will become runny later on, but you need enough that the chocolate will stick to it.
Next, we take the bunny out. Doesn't it look innocent? Let's take a closer look. What a face.
Unfortunately, the next step is quite clear.
Sprinkle the chocolate pieces over your bagel, and put the bagel in the microwave for 15-20 seconds. The chocolate may not look melted, but the peanut butter will have melted. The chocolate will continue melting in the hot peanut butter. Plus, if you continue microwaving the bagel, eventually it will become stretchy and tough, and harden when it cools, making it difficult to eat. For this reason I recommend only microwaving one half at a time.
If you really want to, you can use a toothpick (or your finger) to swirl the chocolate around in the peanut butter. Or, you can just slice your banana and place the pieces on top, since you won't be able to see the swirls anyways.
Enjoy your breakfast!
Note: you probably won't use the whole banana for this, but bananas are yummy, so eat the rest of it. Don't eat the rest of your bunny, though. The point of this breakfast was not to enable the guilt-free consumption of chocolate bunnies before noon. Otherwise, this may occur: