This is one of my absolute favorite treats! Butter-y, chocolate-y and absolutely addictive! The addition of nutella was, if I may say so myself, a stroke of genious. 😉 Then again, what doesn’t get better with nutella? But that’s not all! Continue reading
Hello everybody! Today I’m giving you the recipe for my very favorite chocolate mousse! It’s creamy, smooth, chocolate-y and just absolutely delicious. But I’m not gonna lie, it’s a bit tricky too. But well worth the effort! Just make sure to read the recipe carefully in advance so that you know all the steps, because you have to be pretty quick. But before looking at the recipe, let’s check out this cake, shall we?
This cake.. Where do I even begin to describe it? It’s probably the craziest, most over the top cake I’ve ever made! Rich chocolate cake filled with peanut butter frosting, topped with dark chocolate ganache and decorated with popcorn! Yes, popcorn! And did I mention the popcorns are covered in caramel? Crazy as it may sound, they were the perfect topping to this yummy cake. Continue reading
Yesterday, I found 7 egg whites in the freezer. There was sugar and dark chocolate in the pantry. I had no choice but to bake these chewy chocolate meringues! 😉 Continue reading
I hope you have all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year’s Eve, and that you’re having a lovely start to the new year! I want to give a huge thank you for following me here, and for commenting and liking my posts. Writing this blog has been so much more fun than I ever could have imagined, all thanks to you guys! I hope that 2014 will be an even better blogging year than 2013 was, and that you’ll continue reading about my baking adventures and learning from my tutorials. Speaking of which, let’s move on to this dessert, shall we?
When I made my gingerbread truffles yesterday I also made these delicious saffron and white chocolate truffles. I was inspired by a Swedish recipe found here. In Sweden, saffron is an often used spice during the holiday season – saffron buns, saffron muffins, saffron desserts – you get the picture! 😉 So these truffles are really Christmas-y for me! Continue reading
I love truffles! Easy to make – delicious to eat! From start to finish it takes a few hours because of cooling time, but actively working on them is probably less than 30 minutes! And that creamy, smooth texture is impossible not to love! These gingerbread truffles are perfect for Christmas and are difficult to stop eating! 😉
I’ve just come back from a wonderful vacation to the french riviera with a few friends. Actually, we were supposed to be home 2 days ago, but if you have heard about the airplane strike in France, you know where I have been… All the planes leaving Nice airport on Tuesday and Wednesday were cancelled due to the strike so we got another two days there. Well, I really shouldn’t complain about two extra days of paid vacation.. 😉 Anyways; this is the reason I haven’t posted for a while! Continue reading