From snowflake truffles to chocolate 'salami', we have loads of sweet recipes that require no cooking. So relax and have fun in the kitchen with your kids without worrying about fingers getting burnt!
The most intensely chocolatey treat you could wish for! Its a no bake wonder, easy to do with the kids or just for an indulgent treat.
Here is a really easy and tasty recipe for Rocky Road. There are so many variations, you can add nuts, dried fruit and biscuits it really is up to you, but below you will find the recipe that I use.
These brownie bites are so good, you won't believe that they're vegan and gluten-free! They're chocolatey, fudgy and you just can't stop at eating one. You don't have to worry though, they're packed full of the good stuff - walnuts (omega-3 fatty acids), dates (natural sugars and fibre) and dark chocolate (flavonoids). They also require no baking!!!
These rich, decadent chocolate truffles make a special food gift at Christmas, Easter or St Valentine's Day and are exceptionally easy to make.
This easy fudge recipe takes minutes to prepare and doesn't require the use of a hob. Fun to make with children!
You can make this sweet using salted peanuts too, it will lend a slightly salty bite to it, which is also common in Brazil.
If you want a cake without dealing with flour, eggs or margarine, here we have it! A cake made with your choice of chocolate bars!
Traybake version of the chocolate bar similar to a Bounty® in texture, but with raspberry and coconut inside.
These sweets have a peppermint taste, but you can use the basic recipe for other flavours as well. Use almond, vanilla or make them with fruity aromas like strawberry - whatever you like best.
My kids love rice krispie cakes but I wanted to make somthing a bit special for the grown ups. Warning not for those on a diet!