This is not just another banana bread. This time we’d like to introduce you to the melted chocolate, too. Not just bananas, rum, eggs, flour, and sugar. We’ll fill and top the bread at the same time, by making a rectangular cut 1 or 2-inch deep where the melted chocolate will go.
Prepare to meet the crème de la crème of the chocolate-based sweets. It’s a soup but made of chocolate. What’s more, in the kitchen you can upgrade everything, even the perfect chocolate. Here we uber-flavored it with mint and honey and served it with a cream made from mascarpone and cranberry syrup.
Salted caramel and Oreos? In a cheesecake? Just when we thought life couldn’t surprise us anymore! All the different flavors go together just perfect in this cheesecake. Plus, it’s got a rich amount of chocolate, that will also please chocolate lovers who try it. Bake it at home and your family will literally fight for it!
Everybody heard about the celebrated eclairs, right? Don’t you think it’s pretty much the time to try making your own? Follow the steps to see how you make your own “choux” pastry, a must in the case of an authentic eclair. Then prepare the vanilla-flavored filling. You need mainly eggs, milk and flour to concoct these. Bon Appetit!
Is there really anyone here who doesn’t like chocolate? We thought so. Then let’s bring the creaminess and crunchiness back together with this no-bake peanut and chocolate cheesecake. Add cornflakes to the base mixture and crushed peanuts (you can crumble these, too, if you want) into the filling for a crunchier experience. Let the creaminess do its thing with cream cheese, heavy cream, and melted chocolate.