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I have something to say that may shock you. I am not a huge fan of red velvet. I know it is tremendously popular but most red velvet type desserts that I’ve tasted have always been bland, dry, or sickeningly sweet.
When Nestlé approached me last month to be apart of their Dark Pinspirations Sweepstakes, I nearly fell off my chair! You see, today’s cookies are in a contest with some other great talent! If you like dark chocolate, you have to check out the other recipes in the contest.
“Is there anything more comforting and pleasurable than chocolate cake?”
This cake is insane! I love it. But first, let me set it up.
There are cakes which look absolutely stunning and gorgeous on the outside, but when it comes to the taste, it disappoints, and you just wished that it tasted as good as it looks. I've had a lot of those experiences, and in fact, I think I've made a few of cakes like that myself! What I love about a good Japanese cheesecake is that while in appearance it resembles a humble (and perhaps, plain or boring?)
First of all, I’d like to thank everyone who left a comment on my last post. My family has gone through a tough time lately, and although I’d prefer not to get into the details here, the virtual hugs are very much appreciated. Secondly, I’d like to apologize to all my subscribers and followers for hitting “publish” instead of “preview” earlier today.
© Pamela Rodriguez. Uno de Dos La receta Las natillas caseras con un clásico en todas las casas y personalmente me parecen una forma muy fácil para aprovechar yemas de huevo.
If pies are the new cupcake then these mini cherry pies can rival any cupcakes in the cuteness category and they're 100% home-made and so delicious!
After making three batches of Italian buttercream last week, I had quite a few egg yolks left over.
Press any convex object of choice firmly into packed brown sugar, pour melted chocolate chips into the mold and wait for it to set up. You can flavor your chocolate with spices, citrus zest- or even salt and pepper!
Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays that have become a bit too commercialized I think. I like to keep this holiday simple… so I helped my son make and mail valentine’s cards & bake something special. ( UPDATE : Sweetheart chocolate chip cookies with love messages for this year!) When I checked out the Kitchen Play February menu, I knew exactly which recipe I would tackle. This month’s sponser is Cherry Marketing Institute , and Julie from The Little Kitchen had a wonderful idea with her cherry mini pockets. I wanted to take her idea and change it up a bit to make a sweet heart shaped pocket for the sweethearts in my life. Use your favorite pie dough.
Sigh. There are times that I wish I could just do things over again. Like the fact that I should have embraced my curly hair looooooooooong before I actually did. All of those bad yearbook photos and my poor, poor curling iron – it never expected to be used as a straightener.
for the chocolate ganache: Prepare the chocolate ganache first, so it has time to set and thicken. Place the chocolate in a medium bowl. In a small pan over medium-high heat, bring the cream to a boil. Remove cream from heat and pour cream over the chocolate pieces. Stir until the chocolate is completely melted and the mixture is smooth and glossy.
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Here’s a fun spin on the classic chocolate chip cookie perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.