8 oz. chocolate with 70% cocoa or higher 1/4 cup cocoa, sifted 1/2 cup confectioner’s sugar, sifted pinch of salt Equipment: Ziplock bags or piping bags A double boiler or pan with a glass bowl that can sit over the simmering water Some kind of chocolate mold, ice trays work great Stir sticks or a bag of wooden craft sticks Read full recipe here!
Peanut Butter "Cheese Ball" from my friend Jenni; adapted from Nestle Ingredients: 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, at room temperature
1 cup powdered sugar 3/4 cup creamy peanut butter (not all-natural) 3 tablespoons packed brown sugar 3/4 cup milk chocolate chips 3/4 cup peanut butter chips Graham cracker sticks, teddy grahams, and/or apple slices for dipping
*This recipe makes a large batch. If you are making these for 2 or 3 people, just save the extra dry mix as I’ve indicated below. This way you’ll have plenty for the next time you decide to make pancakes! If you’d prefer not to use whole wheat flour, use white flour instead.
One of the surest ways to impress your date is with a romantic meal finished off with the intimate sharing of a dessert. If you’re not so confident in the kitchen, the following five dishes will give...
Looking online you will find dozens of recipes for baked doughnuts but how would you know if they are any good? Well, first you can always send me an email and I will force myslef to help you out and make a few batches, just to be on the safe side.
Recipe: Tempura allsorts with tentsuyu dipping sauce – as seen on The Morning Show » ... The ultimate adults dessert… bitter chocolate, spices and a good dose of rum make these tiny morsels explode with flavour.
First make the pie crust. This recipe makes two single pie crusts so you’ll only need one of the pie crusts for this blueberries and cream pie. In a large bowl, mix together 4 cups of flour, 3 Tablespoons sugar and 2 teaspoons kosher salt.
Telegraph.co.ukFrench almond cake recipeTelegraph.co.ukThis cake is perfect served with one of my fruit compotes: white nectarines and raspberries in rosé wine; apricots and lavender; or figs and blackberries in late-harvest riesling.
Corn cob jelly is a perfect example of the “waste not, want not” spirit of our ancestors who knew how to use everything, and I mean everything. Most of us are accustomed to tossing corn cobs in the trash or the compost pile, but there are actually many, many ways to utilize them. Corn cob jelly is one of the tastiest. Here’s a short list of other ideas.
It's spring, the sun is shining, and that feels like reason enough to celebrate. It's just the right time to serve this bright, zingy lemon tart, a simple, no-bake dessert that combines Greek yogurt and bottled lemon curd in a tender pastry crust.
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