This is an easy, fail-safe chocolate soufflé recipe. It is the perfect recipe for two, especially if you want to impress your loved one for a special occasion!
An extra-naughty version of chocolate muffins with a subtle tang of brandy – just right when you need a treat.
These little meringues make a perfect low fat chocolate fix.
This is my favourite dark chocolate cake. It is deep and rich and slightly chewy on the top.
Nutty and spicy European style biscuit treats with a masculine twist.
This is one of those recipes that people either love or hate. It is irresistible if you are addicted to Toblerone or like a sweet mousse and is the ultimate test of weather you have a sweet tooth
A delicious, yet simple chocolate cake, which is slathered in whipped cream and topped with sliced bananas. Scatter with toasted walnuts, if desired. Serve as an indulgent dessert.
A very impressive take on the classic pavlova, yet easy to make with very basic ingredients. This makes a fab dinner party dessert. The ground almonds in the meringue really give a nice texture and flavour. Enjoy!
A delicious layered sponge cake, moistened with rum syrup and layered with ricotta cheese, mixed cut peel and dark chocolate. Serve for dessert, afternoon tea or as a snack.
This chocolate brownie is a little different than the average chocolate brownie. It's cake like, not too sweet and lightly spiced with cayenne. It's perfect for afternoon tea, general snacking or dessert.
These cupcakes are tender and delicious. A vanilla spongecake is topped with a rich and chocolately frosting. They are perfect for dessert, general snacking, afternoon tea or even birthdays. The frosting in this recipe is enough to spread onto the 24 cupcakes, if you want to pipe on the frosting you will need to double the frosting recipe.
This is just heavenly! If you have a chocoholic in the family, try this tart. It's simple to make, looks stunning and tastes scrumptious.
It had been a week since I've last made something sweet, and because Sunday was a rainy day and I didn't have a lot to do I thought, I'll make a delicious dessert. Looking through the cupboards I realised we have quite a lot of chocolate and since I prefer my chocolate in cakes I've decided to make these incredibly delicious muffins.
Soft, yummy, definitely heaven if you love chocolaty delights - hell if you’re trying to lose a few pounds!
This is my modified version of the bread pudding that I have found here. I have tried it my way this weekend and it turned out pretty well. I hope someone tries it out and will get the same result that I did.
Weren’t we all brought up on the luxury of After Eights or Elizabeth Shaw Mint Crisps or Matchmakers, those quintessentially 1970s pieces of sophistication? Or was it just me? So using our peppermint extract, I decided to create these Mint choc cupcakes that bring together the luxury of chocolate cupcakes with a 1970s feel of mintiness coming from the peppermint flavours in the cake, chocolate topping and then sprinkled Matchmakers over the top.
Just a good ol' chocolate cake that my Mum has baked since I was diddy and taught me to bake. I've been baking this cake since I was about 4 and it's one of my favourites (:
Just a handful of simple ingredients come together for a rich and deliciously naughty dessert that's easy to make.
Souffle's get their height and volume from the beaten egg whites. Because of this, it is important to beat the eggs stiff and very gently fold in the chocolate mixture so no air is lost.
A French chocolate ganache tart with a chocolate pastry base. The cream for the ganache is infused with Earl Grey tea.