Especially for chocolate chip lovin' kids out there, who can't have eggs or nuts!
This is a warm, rich, silky, but very traditional pudding, perfect with vanilla ice cream on a cold winter night. Try it it's almost guaranteed not to fail, and if you have kids they will enjoy the way the sauce slowly creeps to the bottom during cooking!
Oh brownies... rich, decadent and truly little mouthfuls of indulgence. These are melt in the mouth brownies topped with a delicious ganache.
I prefer to make a shortbread base rather than use digestive biscuits - it tastes a little richer. But the choice is yours. Either way, this is a great dessert for a crowd.
This delicious tart that will satiate any chocolate craving. A dark chocolate pastry case is filled with a white chocolate and cream cheese filling, then garnished with strawberries.
This is a super-delicious cheesecake, which is the perfect end to any meal. A biscuit base is filled with a white chocolate, strawberry and raspberry cheesecake filling.
Treat everyone to this warm and light chocolate Swiss roll. This one is filled with a chocolate sauce but you can fill it with cream and drizzle the sauce over the top if you prefer. Delicious!
This classic American dessert is very simple to make, but will definitely impress guests at a barbecue or dinner party. It's gorgeously gooey, nutty and chocolaty.
Take a trip back to the 70s with this chocolate fondue. It is simply prepared in a fondue pot and served with your favourite fruits or snack foods -- fresh sliced strawberries, bananas, Granny Smith apples, oranges, pineapple, etc.
An extra-naughty version of chocolate muffins with a subtle tang of brandy – just right when you need a treat.
Specially for the basic galley and lazy on-board cook! The chewy-crispy result is best by using butter and white sugar, but I've used uncoloured golden sugar, and margarine - and even wholemeal flour, but that makes it much heavier. You can also do without the chocolate chunks, or without the nuts, and even without both if you're desperate! Use whatever is in your galley cupboards - add glace cherries, or raisins, instead. Be imaginative! - But the best results come as below.
Enjoyable chocolate muffins. Great fun to make for you and the kids for that spooky time of the year.
I keep experimenting with cakes, some work some don't. Don't be put off by the amount of sugar, it's a cake you have to try.
Digestives for the base, then cream, cocoa powder, chocolate, cream cheese and baileys for the top.
This is my favourite dark chocolate cake. It is deep and rich and slightly chewy on the top.
This taste likes the ones from the shop, however the coffee flavour does come through in the filling so you can maybe take that out. Enjoy!
Dress up fresh fruit for a special person. Imagine how delicious and tempting a tray of bite-sized, dipped fruit will look. Experience it as next gift for your loved ones or as an elegant dessert. Believe it, they will really value it and if dipped with chocolate, it will make a perfect treat for them.
This is really good. Put your doubts aside and have pizza for pudding!
Not much to prepare with this one, you simply need a few bananas - one for each person you are serving, and a large bag of milk chocolate buttons. You could also perhaps try white chocolate buttons for an original twist!
A simple chocolate mousse is an elegant way to end a meal. Great for parties, cause you can make the mousse well in advance.