The combination of chocolate and berries is a long and traditional one from cakes, to shakes and everything in between. Berries may include choices like strawberries, raspberries, blue berries or even blackberries.
This is a lovely and soft cake that is also great to make muffins from. It's great for a chocolate fix if you're lactose intolerant and can't have real chocolate! It took a couple of trial and errors to perfect the recipe (it's an adaptation of my apple and cinnamon muffin recipe) but it's now most delicious and my housemates love it! The cake/muffins will keep well for 3-4 days after baking, though will go stale after this. Happy baking!
Dessert does not get easier than this! Two perfect ingredients, strawberries and dark chocolate. Enjoy!
Both white and dark chocolate chips are combined with cranberries to make this delightful oat biscuit that is perfect any time of the day.
A yummy raspberry jam slice, with added frozen raspberries to give it a nice tang, struesel top and white chocolate drizzle. One of my own recipes.
Chocolate mousse is a favourite dessert and it's so easy to make. This recipe is great served with whatever fruit is in season.
A clever - and attractive - way to get more chocolate on your strawberries. You can also melt the chocolate int he microwave. Serve these straight from the fridge.
A delicious combination of creamy white chocolate, fresh strawberries and raspberries and smooth cheese on a soft biscuit base. You can use any combo of berries for this.
Use any berries to make this layered white chocolate mousse. It's egg-free and easy. It also doubles as a ganache to ice or fill a cake. if you do that just mix the raspberries in.
This richly layered chocolate and berry cream cake will surely be a Christmas special. The base cake can be prepared well in advance so will save time at the last minute so you can enjoy Christmas Eve!
YUUUMMMYY. What more can I say?