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Magic Chocolate Chip Cookies.
A 7 layer bar, but in cookie form. They're rich, decadent, heavy on the chocolate, extra gooey...and magical!
Coconut Rice Pudding with Rhubarb Compote
This recipe borrows from the British tradition of pairing rhubarb with cream—instead of sugar—to counteract its bitter flavor.
Strawberry Mousse Jello Low Calorie Dessert
Jello is a popular favorite among kids. It is easy to make, and you can add anything to it to make more delicious. This recipe is a no-bake and low calorie dessert that you can make anytime.
Salted Caramel Sauce
Real salted caramel requires patience, dexterity and a sugar-thermometer, none of which come naturally to me, but a salted caramel sauce can be rustled up in a matter of moments. True, in those moments you wouldn’t want to walk away from the stove, but the saucepan provides captivating enough watching to make that agreeable. I have given a range of quantities for the salt, but I tell you now that I go for the full whack. It might be wise to start off with half a teaspoon and add more to the…
Venetian Carrot Cake
I long thought that carrot cake was an American invention, until I found out that an early version was made by Venetian Jews in the original ghetto. This modest disc is very different from the gargantuan US model with its rich sweet cream-cheese filling and topping, and although - apart from a glorious goldenness - it's not much to look at, it is divine to eat. It also has the added virtue of being attractive to those with dairy and gluten allergies: it came to me dairy free, and I decided…
Flourless Pistachio Cake, A Birthday And Win Signed Copies Of My Cookbook
A lush but deceptively light flour less nut cake with a great crumb and texture, this pistachio beauty is gluten free and dairy free. It is a robust cake that travels well and slices even better! Adapted slightly from Australian Women's Weekly Indulgent Cakes
Totally Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies
Along with chocolate, there is much comfort to be gleaned from reading cookbooks. This recipe combines two loves by being chocolatey to the point of madness and having revealed itself to me after a cosy, snuggled-down read of Elinor Klivans' glorious Big Fat Cookies. What I do is make up the full batch of these (hard to divide it really, since it contains only 1 egg) and form all 12 cookies, but bake only half and freeze the other half. I freeze them on a little tray and, once they're hard…
Some say, challenging more generally accepted ideas about the provenance, that tiramisu was invented in a casa chiusa (a house of ill repute) to give the working girls a pick-me-up, as the name (tira-mi-su) suggests. Whatever its inception, this one reverts to the original formulation - although in dinkier format. This is not because I am a huge fan of the cute - you know that - but because it means you have a tiramisu worth making for fewer people (you don't need a partyful), and in less…
Rocky Road Crunch Bars
No one is ever going to complain about having one of these in their lunchbox, and they're pretty handy to have around in the kitchen for a quick, snatched burst of energy at any time. I'm not claiming them to be a health food, but when you're talking about lunch on the run, packing quite a few calories into a small parcel can be seen as an advantage. That's my view, and I'm sticking to it. For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list.