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.
Now I love a good chocolate brownie and so I was quite eager to try this version using avocado. Too be honest I wasn’t expecting much but wow, if I hadn’t of known I would of thought it was a typical delicious unhealthy brownie but this baby is a great alternative. It ticks a number of health requirements including Gluten & Dairy Free, Paleo and even Vegan. I will be sure to be making this again.
Afghan’s are one of my Dad’s favourite biscuits so it is only fitting that I made these for Fathers Day. Unfortunately Dad is up in the North Island and unable to sample these specific ones but they are going down a treat in my house.
Have leftover old banana’s? Don’t throw them out, mash them up and make tasty banana chocolate muffins. They are great for taking to work. You can easily double the recipe and freeze the leftovers to pull out each day for work.
As previously mentioned peanut butter and chocolate are one of my fave combinations. If you are a fan of the deliciousness that is peanut butter you will love these cookies. They smell like traditional peanut cookies but they are so much more with their crunchy exterior, soft centre and large chunks of dark chocolate. These babies are a new discovery of mine and one I will be making regularly!
Cheesecake and brownie would have to be two of my favourites. This easy recipe combines the two and makes a great wee treat. Perfect for dessert and great served up with a dollop of natural yoghurt.
This is my take on a friend, Jaclyn’s, Mars Bar slice. It only requires 4 ingredients and can be whipped up in about 10 minutes. Great for those last minute guests or children’s birthday parties.
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!
Chocolate ganache is the ultimate chocolate icing for cakes. It is rich, smooth and velvety. It can also be used as the base to making amazing chocolate truffles.
These puddings look like little cakes but as soon as you break into them a delicious liquid chocolate filling oozes out. You can either turn them out onto small plates or leave them in a cute teacup to serve.
There is a little story behind these brownies. A great friend of mine, Izaak is reknown for his rich melt in your mouth brownies. I have been unable to twist his arm (yet) to get his version but this one is pretty close. It is rich, smooth and absolute heaven. You can opt to leave the chocolate chunks out if you wish, the brownie works either way.
This recipe combines two of my faves… chocolate and peanut butter. It is a very easy no bake slice that can be whipped up in 10mins and ready to eat in an hour or so.
These are amazing! I am more of a round cookies fan than the flat biscuit and these cookies nail it. The cookie style has a crunchy exterior but a soft doughy centre. They are very popular and a hit with colleagues and kids.