I love collecting hot chocolate recipes from different countries. When wintering in Paris, one of life's great pleasures is sipping a cup of rich hot chocolate, le chocolat chaud, in a cozy café. This hot chocolate is deeply flavorful, but not over-the-top rich, so enjoy anytime! Adapted from David Lebovitz's blog
Warm caramel sauce and a little chocolate syrup spooned into a ramekin's bottom results in a cake with an irresistibly gooey surprise. Plan ahead, because you need to freeze the ramikins for about 70 minutes before baking. Adapted from Country Living magazine.
A favorite combo of flavors, these muffins resemble crumb cakes when made with streusel. The topping makes alot so you can use more for later or cut the topping in half. Update: I have made a few changes to make this even better!(Thanks Realtor!)
This is a rich version of cocoa and what a treat it makes! In the 18th century Europeans married milk with chocolate and sugar. Soon after, it became a very popular after dinner drink!
Adding a pinch of cayenne gives it a little spice too! Adapted from Country Living magazine.
My daughter just loaned me her Peachtree Boquet cookbook, put out by the Jr. League of DeKalb County, Ga. There are some real goodies in this one. This is pretty healthy for tasting so darn good! I have tweeked this just a leetle!
Oh my goodness, this gets me hankerin' for some sweet dessert! You can add chocolate(I personally like dark chocolate) or/and crystallized ginger, both sound amazing! I have not made this yet, putting it here for safekeeping. Adapted from Friedas.