What do you get if you pair the gooey, chocolatey deliciousness of brownies with fresh, slightly tart raspberries? The answer: these AMAZING super fudgy raspberry brownies. They’re easy and quick to make, taste absolutely delicious, and are gluten free to boot!
How many ways are there of saying ‘I love brownies’? Because I think I’ve exhausted them all. So… yeah, I love brownies. Adore them, could eat them every day, can’t live without them. Some might call it a problem, I call it an excellent taste in life’s delicacies.
Today, I bring you: super fudgy raspberry brownies. You haven’t lived until you pair the gooey chocolatiness of brownies with the tartness of raspberries. Haven’t lived, I tell you. It’s a revelation, one you’ll want to experience again… and again… and again. (Don’t say I didn’t warn you.)
Crumbly, buttery cookies bursting with orange flavour, dipped into dark chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt. Made with both the orange zest and the juice of a freshly squeezed orange, these orange cookies are the real deal. The perfect afternoon pick-me-up treat, for when you start craving something sweet and delicious.
Let’s take a cookie break today. Mmkay? Let’s just sit down, and relax, and nibble on a cookie. Have a cup of tea or coffee – the mellow kind that makes you feel all warm and comfy, rather than jittery and allovertheplace. There’s been too much allovertheplace lately.
And if you don’t have any cookies on hand – let’s make some. There’s nothing quite as relaxing as making cookies, and pretending you haven’t eaten half the cookie dough by the time it gets to the oven. May I suggest these gluten free chocolate dipped orange cookies? You’ll love them. I know I do.
These homemade peanut butter cups are a brilliant, healthier alternative to everyone’s favourite store-bought treat – and they only contain 3 ingredients! With a delicious dark chocolate shell and a fudgy sweet-salty peanut butter filling, this gluten free + vegan sweet treat is easy to make, and almost too easy to eat.
Peanut butter cups. A food love affair that started in 1928, and persists to this very day. While known in the UK, Reese’s peanut butter cups are very much a US thing – so it’s hardly surprising that while I’ve heard about them before, I had my very first taste of them only a week ago. (Shocking, I know.)
And… I like the idea. The chocolate shell, the almost fudgy sweet-salty peanut butter filling – but at the same time, they were too sweet and had that “artificial” taste of overly processed peanut butter and milk chocolate.
I’m sure the US folks are completely outraged right now. Don’t get me wrong – if you like them, love them, can’t live without them: more power to you! But if you are like me, and you want to taste the slight bitterness of dark chocolate, and the nutty earthiness of peanut butter, with just the right balance between sweet and salty… read on.
Do you love chocolate? Is ice cream your favourite cold treat? Then you’ll love this healthy chocolate ice cream – made with only 4 ingredients, it couldn’t be more delicious or more decadent. With a rich, luxurious healthy chocolate sauce, this vegan & paleo ice cream recipe is every chocolate lover’s dream.
Chocolate ice cream. That velvety, luxurious chocolate decadence that leaves you all blissed out and just… happy. Drizzled with a rich, shiny chocolate sauce that hardens into a crackly shell once it hits the cold ice cream. It’s chocolate with a side of chocolate – and it’s healthy.
That’s right, we’re talking healthy chocolate ice cream today. And not just any old healthy chocolate ice cream, but one that tastes like the most indulgent of indulgences, and contains only 4 ingredients.
I know, it does rather sound like it’s too good to be true.