This is a recipe I've tweaked and tinkered with a dozen times in attempts to make it super fancy, to no avail. Sometimes it's best to stick with the original recipe, however humble, such is the case for Mom's Chocolate Pudding Cake. There's no taste like home.
The Devil's Food Salted Caramel Cupcakes we whipped up a week ago for a certain three year old's birthday. So good we had offers of indentured servitude in exchange for more, here's the recipe!
An overwhelming desire for the taste of orange and chocolate lead me down the slippery slope of recipe development creating a deep, dark and delicious Chocolate Orange Chiffon Cake that thrilled neighbors and crushed that craving. (The neighbors love it when I bake!)
Smooth, dark and super rich, this Chocolate Espresso Truffle Cake is a slab of pure chocolate heaven. It's also flourless so there's no pesky carbohydrates, and it's gluten free. Just a few simple ingredients you probably already have: butter, sugar, chocolate, espresso and eggs, it's temptation in it's purest form. You've been warned.
Two recipes adapt in dramatic contrast to create a new personal best. A far east twist on a holiday favorite, Asian Gingerbread Pear Cake is slightly sweet, moist and intense with the bright addition of poached pears for a show-stopping, simple cake; the prefect fit for holiday entertaining.
This is a cake that takes time, patience and effort. Therefore I only make my Double Dark Chocolate Raspberry Cake for those who will not just appreciate, but worship it. It is only fitting for one of nature's most perfect foods.
This could very well entice a leprechaun into exchanging his pot of gold for a slice of chocolate sin. Chocolate Irish Whiskey Cake; rich, dark chocolate cake - moist, not too sweet, with a bite of good, clean whiskey and a hint of walnut. A very 'grown up' brownie.