Five Houston Eateries Serving Chocolate for Breakfast
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|Imagine a s'mores inside a waffle. Now find Waffle Bus and get it.|
Where to Find It: The Waffle Bus
The Waffle Bus is a food truck worth visiting, not only for its savory treats, but for this chocolate-and-marshmallow-stuffed waffle sandwich. It's made with warm chocolate ganache, a graham cracker crumble, and crispy and oozing torched marshmallows, and you'll never want Eggo again.
The bus, now with two locations, opens at 11 a.m., so a late breakfast/brunch is in order if you want to get a taste of this treat.
The Dish: White Chocolate & Bacon Bread Pudding
Where to Find It: Brick & Spoon
We had to share a little white chocolate love...especially when that love comes with bacon and bread pudding. This Southern specialty from Louisiana import Brick & Spoon is made with pecan-smoked bacon, French bread, and a thick and creamy white chocolate custard.
The Montrose restaurant is open starting at 7:30 a.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. on weekends, so you can get your chocolate fix bright and early.
The Dish: Mexican Hot Chocolate & Churros
Photo by Mai Pham The dessert table at Hugo's Sunday brunch is a must.
Where to Find It: Hugo's
You'll have to catch Hugo's award-winning Sunday brunch buffet to indulge in this hot cocoa and fried pastry combo -- and trust us when we say you'll want to save room for it.
The incredibly decadent cinnamon-spiked hot chocolate is thick and creamy, making it the perfect dip for the hot, fresh and sugary churros. Get in line and grab yourself a few; after all, they're (sort of) bite-size.