I absolutely love angel food cake and topping it with warm, chocolate gravy simply puts it over the top. Chocolate gravy is a southern staple, served on everything from cake like this – to warm biscuits for breakfast.
Mississippi Mud Slow Cooker Cake is a rich brownie and chocolaty sauce cooked together in your slow cooker. A perfect dessert for your chocolate lovers!
Holiday Bourbon Truffles – they may look sweet, but look out! They are wickedly good!
Delicious waffles infused with the flavor of coffee and chocolate. Mocha waffles are a delightful way to start your morning.
This week the Sunday Supper team is bringing you recipes for CHILLING! I’ve shared my yummy homemade mocha latte ice cream recipe, which I recently made for our Independence Day barbecue.
Soft, chewy, chocolate oatmeal cookies with chocolate chips. Whenever I make these cookies, my boys try to convince me that they can eat them for breakfast since they are oatmeal cookies. I think I’m lucky if any even make it to breakfast the next day!
This silky, “chocolatey” pie will simply melt in your mouth. Chocolate Pie is here for my third segment of “Pie Week.”
This week at Hip Homeschool Moms I shared these yummy cookies. The other day, my son asked me to make “dipping cookies.” He wanted crunchy chocolate cookies that were ideal for dipping in milk. These crunchy cookies got his nod of approval. They have that classic chocolate chip cookie flavor, but with the crunch that…
Rich, chocolate biscotti drizzled with melted chocolate and sprinkled with chopped, toasted pecans. This will make coffee time very, very happy.
This classic roll of chocolate cake is filled with lovely sweetened cream cheese as well as a thin layer of..yes…Nutella!
This week, the Sunday Supper contributors are doing something a bit fun. We are selecting recipes inspired by or featured on the Big Screen! Our hostess this week is Heather of girlichef and is this ever going to be a blast! In our home, our children always pick what goody they want for their birthday….
These delicious muffins are a handful of chocolate chips in a bath of Nutella. Just heavenly.
These brownies are laden with indulgences. Cheesecake. Brownie. Nutella. Need I say more? These brownies are moist, chewy and delicious without being so rich you can’t take more than 2 bites.
Grab yourself a glass of milk, because you’ll need it with these wickedly rich cookie bars…my son’s favorite!
Holey socks, isn’t that a mouthful? Here is what I love about trifles: They are super-simple, yet look so fancy. They are a life-saver if your cake sticks in the pan and falls apart! You don’t have to waste that cake – just throw one of these together.
I know I don’t normally post two recipes in the same day, but during my sweet-a-thon yesterday I also made this delicious goodie. And since I have had requests for the recipe…here it is!
So begins our first in a series. Each week, I will be sharing a recipe as I take a virtual tour around the country, highlighting recipes and treats and tidbits from the featured state.
These deliciously moist and fudgy brownies are one of my favorite treats to make.
I love making frostings that contain Mascarpone cheese. This frosting is light, and fluffy, and creamy, but not ridiculously sweet.
Great little portable treats, perfect for a picnic!
Delicious and chocolatey!
When it comes to brownies, there seem to be two camps. The fudgy or chewy brownie camp, and the cake-like brownie camp. I am of the chewy camp, and these are my favorite brownies.