Ever wondered how to make honeycomb? Well, wonder no more – this quick and easy recipe for homemade honeycomb candy requires only 4 ingredients and 10 minutes! This delicious candy is gluten, dairy, egg, soy and nut free, and the recipe also has a vegan option.
This one will be short and sweet. Very sweet, as it happens – because this post is all about how to make honeycomb. Sometimes also called honeycomb toffee or hokey-pokey (try saying that three times and see if you don’t end up smiling like a crazy person), it’s a crispy candy that’s all bubbles and caramelised sugar and crunch and just… fun.
This fun and delicious gluten free zebra cake is super easy to make and bound to impress just about anyone. Chocolate and vanilla batters complement each other perfectly in this sweet, moist and airy cake that is suitable for all occasions, from posh afternoon tea to a children’s party, on its own or frosted in buttercream, dusted with icing sugar, or smothered in chocolate ganache.
There are many things to love about this delightful gluten free zebra cake.
It’s super fun – to make, to eat, to look at.
It’s chocolate and it’s vanilla, no need to decide between the two.
It’s incredibly easy to make (although you might not think so).
And it looks ridiculously impressive.
Oh, and it’s simply delicious.
These incredibly decadent raw vegan cookie dough chocolate cups are super easy to make, and are simply to die for. The homemade chocolate melts the moment it hits your tongue, and the raw vegan cookie dough filling is just the right amount of sweet, dense and fudgy. It really tastes like real cookie dough! This raw vegan dessert is gluten, dairy, egg, soy and refined sugar free, but you’d never know with how absolutely scrumptious it is!
EDIT: A reader helpfully pointed out that cooked chickpeas aren’t raw. Shocker, I know. *facepam* Good job on that one, Kat. To make these completely 100% raw, sub in ~more~ cashew nuts instead of the chickpeas. It won’t be the same, but it will definitely be just as yummy!
Can we all agree that raw cookie dough is the best thing ever? Cake batter is delectable, licking the bowl clean after making chocolate ganache is heavenly, but nothing – nothing – beats stealing pieces of raw cookie dough. While I’m all for cookies of all flavours, shapes and sizes, I always feel that baking takes something away from the wonder that is cookie dough.
These gluten free brownies are just the right amount of sweet, gooey and chocolatey. The chopped pecans add a wonderful crunch, and the addition of salt and coffee into the brownie batter makes their flavour pop. Easy and quick to make, this just might be your new favourite brownie recipe.
Raise your hand if you love brownies. Oh, you too?
Perfectly understandable, really – what’s not to love about gooey heaps of chocolate goodness? (Barring, of course, you’re one of that strange breed of humans that *gasp* don’t like chocolate.)