Chocolate

10 Smooth Recipes For The Winter Chocoholic

Mousses, bars, truffles and cake, right this way
Feb 25, 2015 12:00 pm

Here's the thing about winter: You're going to need some chocolate, or possibly a lot of it, in as many forms as it comes. We're well aware of this fact and have a long list of dark, smooth, rich chocolate recipes that utilize baking, dipping, rolling and more. Espresso, nuts, peanut butter and green tea are all invited. What's it going to be?   

Go Nuts For This Easy Pistachio Truffles Recipe!

Crunchy-silky bites of dark chocolate and pistachio
Feb 20, 2015 11:00 am
chocolate pistachio truffles
Photo: Signe Birck

Master chocolatier Fritz Knipschildt guides you through classic and brand-new chocolate recipes in his recent cookbook, Chocopologie. Whether it's a simple sweet or a complex multistep dessert to impress your dinner guests, Chocopologie will leave a great taste in your mouth.

Valentine's Day Practice Round: Sexy Desserts

Luscious sorbet, dark chocolate: Get in the mood!
Feb 13, 2015 1:30 pm

A subpar box of chocolates or a pair of store-bought cupcakes isn't going to do the trick on Valentine's Day. We've seen it all before. It's time to up the ante and make a romantic dessert with your own two hands. Whether it's infused with red wine, then frozen and scooped, or infused with red wine and served in a big chocolaty wedge, there's a dessert in here that's going to tickle your taste buds just right. 

Crispianity: Chocolate Meringues Recipe

Fill these meringues with creamy homemade Nutella
Feb 13, 2015 11:00 am
nutella meringue recipe
Photo: Evan Sung, stylist: Kaitlyn DuRoss

Chances are you’ve had a meringue, but one with a hidden Nutella center? That might make you look twice. The homemade hazelnut-chocolate spread is easy to pull off, but if you want to take a shortcut, by all means go for store-bought. With their snowy white exterior and gooey, dark brown center, these meringues will take the cake this Valentine’s Day. 

12 West Coast Chocolate Shops Raising The Bar

A cacao-fueled road trip from Seattle to L.A.
Feb 11, 2015 11:00 am

First it was wine. Then coffee. And now it’s chocolate. The West Coast has always been one step ahead on food trends, and it’s ahead of the curve again — this time with craft chocolate. Sure, the popularity of so-called bean-to-bar chocolate makers is exploding (hello, Mast Brothers), but it can still be pretty hard to find to good stuff. 

Superseed Peanut Butter Cups Recipe

Power up your peanut butter cups and enjoy!
Jan 16, 2015 12:00 pm

Blogger-turned-cookbook author Cassie Johnston knows a thing or two about making healthy food choices without compromising flavor. Her trick: cooking uncomplicated, delicious food with emphasis on pumped-up nutrition. 

Coffee And Toasted Almond Fudge Recipe

Rich, buzz-worthy fudge melts in your mouth
Jan 9, 2015 12:00 pm

If you've got a candy thermometer and a sweet tooth, cookbook author and food stylist Annie Rigg has Sweet Things, a whole pile of delicious treats for you to make for friends, family...yourself...really, anyone who comes to mind. With foolproof instructions from a master confectioner, homemade coffee almond fudge is well within reach. 

Hocus Pocus Cocktail Recipe

A drink with sherry and spice and everything nice
Dec 19, 2014 3:00 pm

Ada Coleman's original Hanky Panky cocktail was made with equal parts gin and sweet vermouth with a hint of Fernet Branca, and this updated version provides a rounder and richer experience, fit for the colder winter months. This new combination of chile, cumin, cinnamon and chocolate flavors, balances the Hocus Pocus perfectly for a more sophisticated holiday drinking experience. 

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