The only thing better that chocolate is chocolate with something, whether a fruit like oranges, bananas, berries or even something more exotic like bacon.
A small banana is added to this basic brownie recipe for a hint of banana flavour. This is a fudge brownie and it does not rise much. Add 1/2 cup chopped nuts for more flavour. No mixer required!
The stewed apple in this chocolate cake creates a very moist crumb and a natural sweetness that makes this one of my favourite cakes.
If you haven't tried it you'll be amazed how well zucchini complements chocolate. It also makes the cupcakes a bit healthier!
This twin layer fudge is easy to make, looks awesome and tastes great. Be a sure to use a good quality chocolate in the base layer and raspberry liqueur on the top layer.
This recipe is a great way of getting kids to eat more vegetables and children seem to love it. Pumpkin or squash can be substituted in the same quantities for zucchinis.
This is a simple cake recipe that I used to make cupcakes. The amount of raspberries is a guide only - I had a handful of frozen raspberries leftover so I used them. You could use more.
This is a great and quick sweet cake combining chocolate, cinnamon and sour cream with a pecan topping. Delicious!
Soft, yummy, definitely heaven if you love chocolate delights - hell if you’re trying to lose a few kilos!
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!
This recipe is for rich and moist dark chocolate and coffee cupcakes with a silky Irish cream buttercream icing.