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    Desserts with Belgium chocolate?

    Each trip I pick up some Belgium chocolates at the airport before heading home. The funny thing is when ordering dessert in Aruba I most always go for the Dutch Apple pie. I want to switch things up a bit and wonder where do you go for desserts with Belgium chocolate?

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    I'm not a big dessert person, but I remember someone, I think DD, on one of our trips having a fancy chocolate dessert at Taste of Belgium. Just guessing it was Belgian chocolate.

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    That makes perfect sense and I like Taste of Belgium. I'm thinking those fried grouper nuggets a nice Belgium beer and something chocolate.
    Last edited by Pegmeister; 11-15-2014 at 04:33 PM.

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    Does Suisse Chalet have a fancy Belgian chocolate dessert?

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    Chalet Suisse http://www.chaletsuisse-aruba.com/in...topic=desserts

    Swiss Chocolate Fondue (for two)
    Our famous Toblerone chocolate fondue is served with a colorful variety of fresh fruits and cake for dipping

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    We've never been to Chalet Suisse. That Swiss chocolate fondue sounds good.

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    We had that dessert years ago at chalet Suisse.
    I remember it being marvelous .
    Apparently I remember the dessert better than
    i remember the name of the restaurant. Thank you Lisa.
    Last edited by Andrea J.; 11-15-2014 at 05:04 PM.

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    Were you looking specifically for Belgian chocolate (eg Godiva, Neuhaus)? Toblerone (Swiss) chocolate tastes very different from Belgian.

    Just in case you're looking for a Belgian taste.

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    Peg is indeed looking for Belgian. I am the one that veered off topic . I have been asking lots of "mea culpas"
    lately.

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    There is something special about Belgium chocolate. Of course I wouldn't turn up my nose at Swiss chocolate either. Funny thing is I have never been a dessert person but the last few months I have been craving sweets.

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