A little bit late today, but HAPPY CANADA DAY to all my Canadian viewers!! -waves-
So I thought of a recipe last night for some simple and quick cookies for Canada Day and voila, Canada Day Cookies were born!
The recipe is simple since I’m using my Sugee Butter Cookies as well.
Hello Everyone and welcome to Curiosity to the Oven 2013!!
Let’s start things out simple in the new year, I present to you… BUTTERCREAM FROSTING!
I love mousses. They are one of the best parts of desserts (I find), so I am BEYOND excited to be able to create a chocolate mousse.
This recipe is oddly easy. I use 70% cocoa chocolate because I like it bitter, but feel free to change it up if you wish.
This is actually the first time I’m trying out this recipe. It’s a fairly simple recipe though so I figured it cant fail as badly.
My friend’s birthday is actually a week after mine and I have promised to make her a birthday cake. The criteria, however, was to make a chocolate lasagna. What the hell is chocolate lasagna? So I spent a week trying out ways to make a cake look like a lasagna. One of the things I decided was instead of pasta, I would put in a chocolate layer instead. So voila, I needed to make a chocolate filling.
As I said before, this chocolate ganache is actually really easy. It takes almost no time to put together.