– All Things Chocolate –
These tahini chocolate truffles have a halva-like centre which is not too sweet. The recipe is super easy and can be adapted to almost any flavour!
The secret to getting the thickest, velvetiest hot chocolate is easier than you think!
I baked a LOT of chocolate self-saucing puddings to get to this beauty and boy, was it worth all the washing up!
Chocolate, beer, bacon, and maple syrup – breakfast just doesn’t get more delicious than this!
These chocolate peanut surprise clusters are filled with extra peanut butter to make them softer to eat and extra peanut buttery!
This childhood favourite is all grown up, bursting with layers of tart, fresh raspberries and melted white chocolate.
Make your own fancy-looking chocolates – with an ice cube tray! Create flavours like strawberry-gin, coconut-matcha and more!
What do you get when you combine blondies and marzipan? Introducing bronzies! The gooey, toasty delicious newest member of the brownie family.
Just when you thought there were no other ways to make hot chocolate, I whipped up these hot chocolate bombs. It’s the perfect hot chocolate premix, deliciously encapsulated in some of my dark chocolate!
These Rum ‘n raisin scones feature my favourite scone recipe from chef school and are served with dark chocolate butter, you know, to make them a little schmancy!
Layers of crispy crunchy phyllo pastry, nutty baklava filling and creamy baked cheesecake create the ultimate showstopper for any celebration or even to curb two cravings at once!
Chocolate mousse sandwiched between moist chocolate cake covered in a super shiny chocolate mirror glaze – this Easter Chocolate Mousse Cake has it all!
There’s never been a better time to combine wine, chocolate, cake and a microwave. All made with cupboard basics!
Made with storecupboard essentials and just the right portion for 2 people these are (delicious) budget brownies that will be ready in just 15 minutes.
This is my go-to recipe to cure the 8pm munchies when there is no chocolate to be found in the house!
No, that is not a typo – this mousse really only uses just two ingredients and it’s perfect for fillings, toppings and frostings!
This bark can be used to decorate cakes, served on its own or makes a beautifully packaged gift for someone special
Maltabella gives these chewy chocolate chip cookies a nuttiness making them my best chocolate chip cookie of all time!
Remember those shortbread balls with the block of chocolate hidden in the middle? This chocolate pistachio version is a million times better!
This spin on a peppermint crisp tart has layers of mini chocolate swiss rolls holding a filling of caramel mousse inside with swirls of chocolate coconut ganache.