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Mexican Hot Chocolate Mousse

Not sure where the fame of Mexican chocolate being spiced with chili peppers comes from, but from my years of living south of the board, I have never seen nor heard of a single spicy chocolate bar. Although Mexican hot chocolate does include cinnamon. The chocolate...

Cranberry Pear Pistachio Crumble

One of those few desserts that taste great hot, warm, or cold; and can be enjoyed anytime of the day. The fruit crumble is truly a perfect dessert. This variation of a fruit crumble (or crisp or Brown Betty) uses fresh tart cranberries and pears, but...

Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Apples

Who doesn't love a good caramel apple. Chewy stick to your teeth caramel slapped on a crispy tart juicy apple, what's not to love? These apples take it a step further with a coating of chocolate and sea salt. This recipe is very versatile, you could...

Irish Car Bomb Brownies

Like its cousins the J├Ągerbomb or Sake Bomb, an Irish Car Bomb involves dropping a shot of whiskey (alone or with Baileys) into a glass of Guinness and chugging back in hopes to have a good time. This is the brownie version, Guinness in the brownie...

Rum Raisin Rice Pudding

I used brown short grain rice because that's what I had on hand but feel free to use whatever type of rice you got. This recipe can be served up hot, cold, or even room temp. I prefer it nice and cold but whatever floats your...

Chocolate Peanut Butter Rice Krispies

Rice Krispies (or Rice Krispie Treats) are a childhood classic of mine. A simple, no bake, easily customizable recipe. Simple enough that even my Mum would occasionally whip up for school events. The amounts I used are only guidelines, if you like them more gooey, then...