Happy Holidays! Today we are making a Croissant Bread Pudding with Chocolate! I figured what could be more festive than chocolate and this recipe doesn’t take too much time to prep and only half an hour in the oven, so I like to think of it as EMERGENCY HOLIDAY PARTY DESSERT! That and the NSSSO loves it (possibly too much).
So grab a gym body and let’s start the recipe!
Curiosity’s here with a cold summer treat, Chocopops (a.k.a chocolate popsicles). They are easy and quick to put together. So simple, that I enlisted my cousin to help me with this recipe.
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Today we have chocolate chip cookies. If you’ve been following my blog you will know that cookies and I do not get along. These cookies (awesomely) turned out well the first time I tried it, and we all know that that’s a first, so YAY!!!
Peppermint Tree Bark
Hello everyone!! Welcome to the first post of the Curiosity to the Oven X J:ETUDE collaboration!!
Today, we have a recipe for peppermint tree bark. So what is Peppermint tree bark? Well, it’s chocolate and crushed candy canes… so yes, perfectly safe to eat.
The trick to melting white chocolate is to be VERY CAREFUL with the heat. If the heat is on too high, the chocolate will clump, so it is always better to work with a lower temperature rather than trying to speed up the process by turning up the heat.
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These cupcakes came into being during Valentine’s Day this year. I have never failed to get terribly sick on Valentine’s Day. Every year during Valentine’s Day, I was usually stuck in bed with a fever. This year, surprisingly, I wasn’t sick! To celebrate, I decided to make red velvet cupcakes. Sadly, I couldn’t for the life of me get the colour right. So I gave up and called them chocolate cupcakes instead.
This recipe is actually really really easy. I decided to make this recipe because it’s Easter, and well, much like Valentine’s Day, what is Easter without chocolate? The recipe usually yields at least 24 cupcakes, but it could be because I prefer smaller cupcakes. So you have been warned.