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Mango Coconut Royale

Icebox cakes were all the rage in the 1950s. They consist of whipped cream, pudding, or any other loose creamy mixture, layered with dry cookies or wafers. As the cake sits overnight in the fridge (or icebox), the cookies absorb some of the moisture from...

Nanaimo Bars

Ooh Canada. Every so often I start to feel a little homesick, so I generally try to head on up for a visit 2, 3, or even 4 times a year to catch up with friends, family and my twin brother. I've been living in...

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...

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...

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...