When you have a snack attack, who you gonna call? Chocodilla!
I don’t quite remember where I first heard of a Chocodilla. From the name, I thought it would be a giant chocolate Godzilla or something. It’s actually a fast food creation by Taco Bell consisting of chocolate in a tortilla.
Available in other countries but not in the US. I thought I can easily make that. And to make it super easy, I won’t even worry about melting any chocolate, I’ll just make it with Justin’s Chocolate Hazelnut Butter. And I’ll throw in a banana, you know, to health it up.
Lately, I’ve been seeing chocolate hazelnut spread everywhere. Sadly, most brands have sugar as their first ingredient. Except Justin’s, which list hazelnuts and almonds first. Sure it’s a bit more pricey, probably because there’s more nuts in it. But I usually only get a jar when it’s on sale.
No need for a recipe really, it’s so easy and simple. Just slather the chocolate spread on a warmed up tortilla (I used sprouted whole grain tortillas). Place sliced bananas on one side and fold in half. Cut into wedges and eat. Such chocolatey goodness!
You could also fry it up in a lightly-buttered skillet but I figure I don’t really need the extra butter. But if you’re going to go all out, instead of a banana, have marshmallows and make it into a s’moredilla.