Try this sweet treat, best shared on Thanksgiving.
Everyone make cookies for Christmas and chocolates at Easter, eats gummy and gross candies at Halloween (gummy worms, gummy body parts, what next!), but what about Thanksgiving? Here’s a cute, easy treat to celebrate the upcoming holiday (not to mention impress the inlaws). Chocolate Midnight Cupcakes Ingredients Directions Chocolate Buttercream Icing Ingredients Directions To Decorate Ingredients Directions
All chocolate is not created equal.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day like chocolate, but if you really want to take care of your sweetheart, it’s important to choose your sweets wisely. Here are a few rules to follow. First, pick dark chocolate over milk. Dark chocolate has fewer unnecessary ingredients, less sugar and little to no dairy products. It’s also full of antioxidants and in small doses can be part of a healthy diet. Second, go organic. The fewer additives, preservatives and unnatural flavors and colors your chocolate has, the healthier it is for your loved ones. Third, opt for homemade. Why? Because food made at home just tastes better. Don’t believe me? Make this torte and call me in the morning. Flourless Chocolate Torte 16 oz. dark chocolate (divided) 1 cup …