I originally had a different recipe up for honeycomb (seafoam) from a time when I was watching an episode of The Incredible Spice Men, on which they were making chocolate and cardamom mousse cake with honeycomb. But due to the
I had a good handful of the chocolate eggs that I wanted to use up in one fell swoop so they wouldn’t hang around and be tempting. Luckily, I found this recipe for chocolate pound cake, that didn’t use sour
Rumballs are a Christmas staple in my house. Easy to make, delectable, and always a hit for giving away as presents or at Christmas parties. The chocolate ones are actually a family recipe of a friend. Our friends had ladies in their family
I was watching Pioneer Woman the other day and she made a spicy coffee that she called the Spicy Cowgirl. It looked awesome and was easily made low carb by making the spicy simple syrup with Splenda instead of sugar.
The other day I was putting away groceries and noticed a can of chocolate milk stout that the Hubby hadn’t drunk. This is a milk stout, that is flavoured with chocolate, not a chocolate milk tasting stout. Either way, I
Another new Christmas treat for me. Bizarrely, I don’t think I’ve ever made fudge. Probably because it’s not my all-time desired sugar fix. But after struggling to get my caramels to work this year, and not feeling in the mood
Inspired from a recipe that combined a plain coffee jelly with a mocha mousse, I decided to cut down the prep time, and made a mocha coffee jello topped with whip cream. It turned out really well, a nice light
I had my Easter menu pretty much planned out a couple weeks ago, with the exception of dessert. I was thinking about possibly making lemon meringue pie and kept the idea on the back burner. Then I watching The Delicious