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  • Chocolate Mint Pudding Cookies

    Holiday cheer... in a cookie! Share these moist and festive cookies with family and friends.

  • Soft Batch Brown Butter Snickerdoodle Cookies

    A simple, yet elevated twist on the cookie favorite, complete with an easy-to-make brown sugar frosting.

  • Blueberry Skillet Coffee Cake with Brown Sugar Oat Streusel

    Bring this moist, tender cake to the table right in the skillet—it looks as homey and beautiful as it tastes. Don’t worry if fresh blueberries aren’t available—this cake works well with thawed frozen berries, too. The cake freezes beautifully, as long as it is well-wrapped and thawed slowly to room temperature.

  • Berry and Chocolate Tarts with Filo Pastry

    Hazelnuts and chocolate partner in this lush dessert, finished with a touch of fruit to make a gorgeous summer treat. Feel free to adjust the balance of milk and dark chocolate to your own preference.

  • Berry and Chocolate Tarts with Hazelnut Pastry

    Hazelnuts and chocolate partner in this lush dessert, finished with a touch of fruit to make a gorgeous summer treat. Feel free to adjust the balance of milk and dark chocolate to your own preference.

  • Mango and Passionfruit Buckle

    Enjoy a taste of warmer seasons with this rich and fruity dessert that is also great for afternoon or morning tea. The passionfruit adds a lovely tang, but you could easily use pineapple or peaches instead. Delicious with whipped cream or ice cream!

  • Lavender Crème Brûlée

    Although we think of lavender as a perfume, it also has culinary uses. Used culinarily, lavender exudes a nuanced peppery flavor, with a hint of intense aroma. Here the lavender is combined with a bit of vanilla bean to add a familiar background note to the unexpected flavor of lavender. It is especially attractive to garnish these custards with a sprig of rosemary, either fresh or dried.

  • Café Cream Crème Brûlée

    Because cracked coffee beans are used to flavor the custard rather than powdered coffee, the custards remain classically cream-colored, but have the rich taste of cream-laced coffee. If concerned about caffeine, use decaffeinated beans.

  • Rosemary-Orange Crème Brûlée

    The tart-sweet flavor of orange zest combined with the slightly peppery properties of fresh rosemary infuse the custard mixture with a subtle taste of the Mediterranean, where orange groves abound and rosemary grows wild. The caramelized brown sugar crust, the hallmark of crème brulee, cracks with the first dip of the spoon.

  • Fried Ice Cream

    The contrast of the crunchy sweet crust and frozen creamy ice cream makes this a real show-stopper. Be sure to plan ahead: while it doesn’t require much of your time in the kitchen, there are several stages that require nearly 5 hours of freezing time.

  • Hot Chocolate

    Have the best-ever instant—but made from scratch—hot chocolate when you keep Chocolate Mix on hand.

  • Marshmallow Swirl Ice Cream

    Like Rocky Road, only waaaay better, this ice cream has swirls of our basic chocolate mixture, marshmallow crème and chopped walnuts.

  • Chocolate Mix

    This is where it all begins—the basis for chocolate treats like Marshmallow Swirl Ice Cream, Hot Chocolate and Hot Chocolate Sauce. Make a batch and bottle it for holiday gifts—but be sure to set some aside for you!

  • Mocha Melted Ice Cream Cake

    Sound crazy? We thought so too, until we created this incredibly moist, stupendously flavorful cake by using melted ice cream in the batter. You won’t believe how good it is until you make it yourself.

  • No-Bake Peanut Butter Crispy Treats

    Classic crispy treats get even better with the addition of creamy peanut butter! Topped with chocolate and a sprinkle of sea salt, these no-bake treats are always a hit.

  • Coconut Cheesecake Stuffed French Toast with Berry Sauce

    A fun holiday brunch idea, this easy French toast recipe features a tangy, coconut cheesecake filling and a chunky berry sauce that’s sure to impress everyone.

  • Grand Marnier Soufflé with Raspberry Sauce

    The sauce may be made several days in advance. When you begin preparing the soufflés, bring a large pot of water to a boil; once it boils, cover and remove it from the heat. You will need it for the “bath” in which the soufflés bake.

  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Tart

    This is the kind of luscious, decadent, irresistible dessert that has been known to bring the strongest men and women to their knees; that you may dream and day dream about weeks after you’ve had the last crumb of it; that scoffs at the understatement of the word “delicious." But don’t take our word for it: try it and tell.

  • Milk Chocolate Coconut Cream Pie

    This creamy milk chocolate custard studded with coconut and topped with lightly sweetened whipped cream is sure to knock the socks off your next dinner party guests.