Everyone's talking about costume parties and thriller flicks, but even as an adult I know Halloween is all about the candy. I wanted to make a spooky treat that was different than the usual mix of fun candies and white chocolate - I wanted something... darker. With bloody red candy melts and dark chocolate chips, this Halloween bark is sure to hit the darkest of spots.
Here's the situation: It's summer. It's scorchingly hot outside, the sun is beating down, the A/C seems to be broken, and you just can't stop sweating. On top of all this, you still haven't had your morning cup of coffee yet! What do you do?? Well, if I were you, I'd whip up some of these delicious mocha caramel coffee popsicles (say that five times fast) to prepare yourself for any worst case scenario!
A sweet and spicy combo can't be beat -- I have a feeling these coconut cayenne cacao balls will land a seriously delicious punch!
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Homemade fudge. In three minutes. Using only three-four ingredients.
It's not only possible, it tastes amazing! It'll easily become your favorite go-to recipe. Let's get started!
Advent calenders are sooo last season. Beckie used her Silhouette machine to create the lettering for her Valentine's Day Countdown project, BUT Say it on the Wall now offers the vinyl for a schmeezily $8.50. Perfect for those sans Silhouette. Now, I bet you're wondering what's behind those 14
Take a look at these Wicked Good Chocolate Peanut Butter Pudding Cups from the book Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey Treats for Kids by Jill O’Connor. Don't they look downright droolworthy as photographed here by Bakerella? Their intended use is for pudding, but I think ice cream or any number of things would work out in an equally delicious end result. Want to know how to make them? You'll never guess the trick.
The season of hot toddies and chocolate is upon us, and I can't think of a better way to put more yummy in the tummy than with Marie's chocolate-covered spoons. They'd be perfect for holiday gift-giving too. (I'm envisioning
If you thought S'mores were something made out of chocolate bars, graham crackers, and marshmallows over a campfire, you'd be oh-so-wrong. Check out these recipes:
If you haven't heard, Valentine's Day is this Sunday. Are you ready for it? If not, check out these great how-to posts from the Curbly vault. We <3 them!
Doesn't this chocolate ceiling just make you want to lay down under it and go 'ah'? And don't the oozing walls look simply Wonka-licious??
I don't usually post recipes, but just look at that picture! Pecans, chocolate, caramel, pretzels...a balanced meal if there ever was one! What's even better about these turtles is that they're super easy to make, and, according to Twig and Thistle, they're addictive. They consist of only 3 ingredients, which are:
- mini pretzels
- pecan halves
- Rolos (!)
Their construction is a no-brainer as well. Simply place a Rolo on each pretzel and pop them into a 220 degree oven for about 2 minutes. Take them out and place a pecan on each, pressing down to squish out the Rolo a bit. For the full tutorial, including pictures, visit this page.
POST UPDATE: I made some of these bad boys last night. Tasty, fun to make and they looked just like the ones in the photo: Perfect!
1/3 cup cocoa powder
3 tbsp. heavy cream
2 tsp. cottage cheese
¼ cup honey
3 tsp. oatmeal
Mix all ingredients together...
S'mores from the microwave are convenient, but just don't offer that toasty goodness of the open flame. Instructable-r JWilson27 offers a step-by-step to create a mini, safe grill/firepit for inside s'moring....
(1) Cedar Plank
(4) Bolts - 1/4 inch and 2 and 1/2 inches tall
(4) Nuts - 1/4 inch
(4) Optional washers for the bolts
(1) 2.5oz Stainless Steel Condiment Cup
(1) Box of cheap toothpick
For the s'mores
(1) Box of...
Chocoholics rejoice! We now have an altar at which to worship. It is the world’s largest chocolate fountain. At 27 feet tall, it pumps 2,100 pounds of melted white, milk and dark deliciousness at a rate of 120 quarts per minute. The fountain is pastry chef Jean-Philippe Maury’s creation and is located–where else?–at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. For more information about the glorious well of confection, check out this tasty article.