This recipe produces the most delicious shortbread biscuits I have ever eaten. If you are worried about calories then DO NOT make them. They are full of everything bad for you. ^KWRead More
The fabulous Leeoyn Pavey of Envirotrend sent me through this fabulous cake to try. It has a hazelnut ganache which I didn't make (because of the kids) but I just replaced it with my go-to icing of sour cream and dark chocolate which still makes it one of the most sensational cakes I have tried. Read on for more details of Indulgent Chocolate Cake!Read More
Oh boy. I made this cake and it took three days to eat the whole thing. It is now my go-to-cake and definitely my go-to chocolate icing. Who would have thought sour cream and chocolate chips could taste so phenomenally good? Read on...Read More
I'm going to get a bit MasterChef on you this time. This was a toughie but I finally decided on Chocolate Sorbet Quenelles, which just so happen to go really well with my favourite Donna Hay recipe Caramelised Wonton Stacks...Read More
Of the chocolate recipes we've had submitted by our newsletter subscribers, this is the one we've found ourselves turning to the most - for everything from office functions to kids' parties. With great pleasure we invite you to try Naomi's Chocolate, sent in by Naomi Sack of Hayes Knight SA.Read More
Thank you to all of you who've sent me your chocolate recipes - its amazing the number of you that require alcohol with your chocolate :-) I'm going to try each recipe and if I absolutely love it I will put it in our newsletter - with you and your company credited of course!
This issue however I'm going to give you one of my easiest recipes using chocolate.
Chocolate Omelette (I have been making this for years and it never gets old)
- Four eggs
- 2 Tablespoons Drinking Chocolate powder
- Chocolate buttons
Beat the eggs like you would a normal omelette then mix in the drinking chocolate powder. Pour into a non-stick oven-friendly frying pan and cook until the bottom is set. Sprinkle the chocolate buttons (chopped pieces, chips etc) over the top of the omelette and then put under the grill until cooked to your liking. Put a large spoonful of Pauls Dollop cream or vanilla ice-cream on the top and eat.
Kelly Wright - email@example.com