1. Stonehouse Restaurant’s Freakshakes:
This is probably one of the sickliest desserts I have ever had but it was so worth it! Stonehouse’s Freakshakes are delicious. The four flavours are, Peanut Butter, Bubble Gum Sweet Shop, Brownie & Choc Chip Cookie and Coffee & Crème Brûlée. These desserts are perfect to satisfy a sweet tooth and look amazing on camera. All flavours include vanilla ice cream, with added extras like chocolate flakes, mini doughnuts or pretzels. Although I did feel extremely bloated after this dessert, it is definitely one to remember and deserves a place in my top 3! These desserts are also suitable for vegetarians and are priced at about £4.50, which for the chocolate heaven you get isn’t too bad!
2. Sainsbury’s Belgian Chocolate Fudge Cake, Taste the Difference:
This is a delightful chocolate cake. I recently had it for my father’s birthday, with a few other smaller cakes as alone I don’t think it’s really made to be a birthday cake. However, the small size is a good thing. The richness and gooey inside creates an indulgent taste, but I believe if the cake was any bigger, I wouldn’t have been able to finish the slice. The white chocolate flakes on top of the rich icing is a nice touch and the different chocolate flavours mixed together create a lovely blend. Either served cold or heated up, this is a great chocolate cake that will satisfy your cravings. This cake is also suitable for vegetarians which is a bonus!
3. Toby Carvery’s Chocolate and Cherry Torte:
This vegan dessert filled with Belgian chocolate, bramley apple and cherry compote served with chocolate sauce is the ultimate chocolate-fest. The rich, gooey and crumbling texture is a wonderful change to the usual vegan desserts found in chain restaurants. The sharpness of the fruit within this dessert adds a real kick to the chocolate flavour. This indulgent treat is definitely one of my favourite desserts and the fact that it’s vegan also makes me feel less guilty about eating it!