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I love it when I can easily make something at home and it turns out to be just as good or better than the more expensive store-bought kind. I’ve been wanting to try some homemade chocolate syrup. The basic recipe is very simple, but there are a few variations of it, so the other day I decided to experiment with them and have a chocolate syrup taste test. Not a shabby way to spend the afternoon!
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I took my sweet time posting this recipe because I wanted it to be perfect. I wasn’t looking for anything fancy. My criteria were the following: quick low on sugar no fake sugar dessert worthy chocolate substantial
I can’t recall the last time I made brownies. But then, Katie got me thinking about them…and I couldn’t get them out of my mind. With brownies on the brain, I nervously set to work in the kitchen.
Evan’s vegan fudge is no joke. I can’t put it into words. I mean, look at that! Still not sure why he’s a “ wannabe ” chef. As far as I’m concerned, this dessert is about as close to heaven as it gets. For Evan’s recipe, click here .
This is probably the easiest recipe ever. I almost feel like a fraud using the word “recipe.” As I mentioned yesterday , I’ve been hankering for sweets in a major way lately. Lord knows I have plenty of chocolate on hand, but what I was really craving was something more snack-like.
To know me is to know I love hummus. I mean really. Even my coworkers (who don’t know jack diddley about me) know that I’m a chickpea connoisseur. So how excited was I to get this in the mail?!? SO EXCITED!
So. Effing. Tasty.
This weekend was a reminder of why Kyle and I moved back to the West Coast. No offense NYC, but when it comes to the weather and the social scene, California is where the party’s at! I may be well out of college, but that doesn’t mean I’m an old fart (yet). This weekend I was drawn to keg parties and tailgates like a moth to a flame.