Chocolate

5 recipes have been tagged with Chocolate:

Bourbon Pecan Pie with Dark Chocolate

Posted on September 28, 2015
Posted in: Pecan, dessert, Pie, Chocolate, Bourbon

Look, let's not muck around here. There's a lot of sugar in here, in bunch of different forms. I'm not going to lie to you either, and say you don't notice it. You'll notice it, and so will everyone else. But you know what? No-one cares, because it's freaking delicious. Go forth and eat this pie.

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From Joy the Baker, these are extra good with a few cheeky salt flakes sprinkled on top. Chill the dough for at least 30 minutes and whip these out of the oven as soon as they're golden to ensure a plump, chewy cookie.

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Classic Brownies

Posted on July 20, 2015
Posted in: Brownies, Chocolate

Just a really good recipe. Courtesy of Joy the Baker's blog, these are a dense brownie with a crispy top. Serve with milk or icecream (or both). Update 9/15: Earlier this week, I added about 1/4 cup of Nutella to the egg-sugar mixture at the same time as adding the chocolate. I also swirled a few teaspoon-sized dollops through the top of the mixture, after I'd added it all the the tin, making sure not take it right to the bottom of the pan. The result? Let's just say I was extremely popular for the day.

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Dulce de Leche Brownies

Posted on January 10, 2015
Posted in: Chocolate, Caramel, Brownies, delicious. magazine

Adapted from delicious, these are a bit of a life-changer. The original recipe calls for a jar of dulce de leche, but if you have the inclination, they're much better with homemade caramel: use the recipe from the Bannoffee Pie and you will be duly rewarded. Prepare it before you begin, and give it a quick warm before you use it. Whichever way you go, they're incredibly rich, but you won't hear any complaints! Serve warm, with icecream.

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A Very Serious Mud Cake

Posted on November 24, 2014
Posted in: Chocolate, Cakes, Dinner parties

This mud cake is not for the faint hearted. Share with friends, and have a drink nearby! You need to leave it overnight for it to fully develop, so begin the day before.

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