Who doesn’t like rocky road? Not only is it delicious but it is super easy to make. It is great for a last minute treat…. Yummo!
I make these bad boys every Christmas. They are absolutely delicious and very festive… they look just like SANTA HATS! These guys won’t last long and are bound to put you on Santa’s good list.
I stumbled across this recipe when a colleague recommended Detoxinista as a cool health conscious website. As my love of peanut butter and chocolate is no secret I thought I would give it a try. So glad I did as oh my it is amazing! Definitely not something you can have all the time but in terms of a treat this is one of the healthier ones. It is also Gluten and can be Dairy Free.
These homemade Reece’s peanut butter cups are an healthier alternative and so moorish. They have been made with natural peanut butter and 82% dark chocolate. Great after dinner treat.
This is the ultimate winter comfort hot chocolate. It has real chocolate melted into it so you know its going to be delicious. It is great for those winter days when its hard to warm up or as an after dinner treat. Note it is quite rich, just the way I like it!
No one should ever waste ganache. Ganache makes the best chocolate truffles that you can then add any flavour too. Great for an after dinner treat!
These little delights are super easy to make and a great bite sized treat for dinner guests. It will satisfy your sweet cravings without weighing you down. Perfect for parties!
These mint truffles are super easy and are great served up as a after dinner treat or wrapped up as a gift for a friend.
- 2 x packets of Mint Slice biscuits
- 250g regular cream cheese
- 350g Whittaker’s 50% dark chocolate
Place the biscuits in a food processor and grind them up. Add the cream cheese and mix well. It does not matter if there are bits of biscuit still intact. Place the mixture in the freezer until it has hardened (approx. 20 minutes).
Line a tray with non-stick baking paper. Spoon out little balls of the mixture and line the tray (if the mixture is too soft and will not roll into balls easily, place back into the freezer to harden some more). Place the tray back into the freezer for at least another 10 minutes.
Melt the chocolate in a bowl over a saucepan of simmering water. Using a dipping spoon (find at your local baking shop) or fork, dip each frozen truffle into the chocolate then place back on the tray and allow to set.
Makes: 40 approximately.
Recipe adapted from Baking Makes Thinks Better.