Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding is an easy and delicious recipe to use up any bread that’s past its prime. Stale bread is soaked in sweet custard and tossed with chocolate chips then baked until puffed and golden. It’s absolutely awesome.
Life is strange. Cookies are good. These Quarantine Cookies are baked up with whatever chocolate you have laying around your cupboard. Whatever you throw in there, it’s gonna be awesome.
Homemade Churros with chocolate sauce are crunchy and sweet and surprisingly simple to make at home. We won’t be going to any amusement parks or festivals any time soon, so you’ll have to get your churro fix from your own kitchen. Let’s do it.
These Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are one of my favorites. They’ve got all the texture. Chewy and crunchy and sweet. Plus, the real maple syrup gives them a unique depth of flavor. Get your glass of milk ready, kids. Let’s get into it.
This no-bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie is one of my all-time favorite desserts. A chocolate cookie crumb crust is topped with decadent peanut butter mousse. And that fancy chocolate decoration is unbelievably easy. You won’t be able to stop eating this one.
This Brownie Butterscotch Parfait will take you straight back to your childhood. Brownie chunks are layered with buterscotch pudding and sweetened whipped cream. It’s pure delight. Don’t forget the sprinkles.
February is National Chocolate Lover’s Month, so I’m bringing you 70 totally awesome chocolate treats. You know you can’t get enough. Drive away dementors, create some love, and indulge in this food of the gods every day. Let’s get to it.