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Tips, techniques, add-ins to make your homemade chocolate chip ... Have you ever had a bad chocolate chip cookie? I'm trying to think of an example from my own experience, and I'm just not coming up with one. Even the freebie [...]
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Make CBD-Infused Vegan Chocolate Truffles at the Sacred Space Chocolate plus CBD? That's a match made in dessert heaven. And you can get in on the cannabidiol action at an upcoming make-your-own-chocolate truffle class at the Sacred Space next week. Josh Solis, also known as Chef Sol, will lead the workshop. [...]
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Recipe: Eureka Chocolate Sablés They wanted to make a cookie with a dynamic texture that would show off the flavor of Guittard's Eureka Works chocolate, so they experimented with types of sugar; sugar and chocolate ratios; and both grated and chopped chocolate. The recipe has been [...]
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Guittard keeps tradition alive at 150 Etienne Guittard arrived in San Francisco in 1860 and, like so many with gold fever, soon realized that selling supplies would be a better way to make money. The chocolate he had brought from his uncle's factory was popular with San Franciscans, so he [...]
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Hilaria suggests the occasional, high-quality, deliberate treat, like her cornmeal-oatmeal dark chocolate chip cookies. "One of the tricks to a good chocolate chip cookie is consistency," she says, "I wanted to make sure that it stuck together and the texture was appealing, as well as yummy and healthier than the average cookie. The combo between the cornmeal and the chocolate is delicious. Cornmeal-Oatmeal Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies Makes 24. ½ cup melted coconut oil. ½ cup coconut palm sugar. 1 ½ cups fine yellow cornmeal. ½ teaspoon baking powder. 1 cup dark chocolate chips. Preheat the oven to 350°F. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking mats. In a large bowl, combine the oil, almond butter, sugar, and molasses.
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If you follow a gluten-free diet, or want to bake for a friend who does, then this chocolate orange sandwich cake would be a great choice. It’s easy to make and tastes amazing – I can’t tell any difference between this and a cake made with regular wheat flour. And the grated chocolate on the top makes it look really special. Here’s how to make gluten-free chocolate orange cake:. Ingredients 225g butter, softened. 2 tbsp cocoa powder. 3 tbsp boiling water. 225g gluten-free self-raising flour (I used Free From Fairy flour ), sifted. Marmalade to cover the cake (about 2-3 tbsp). 1 tbsp cocoa powder. Grated chocolate.
The only way to welcome in the first Friday of November is with these Browned Butter Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies.These cookies are simply the best. I know, I say that every time I make cookies, but really how could a cookie containing browned butter, maple toasted pecans, and semi-sweet chocolate chips not be the best?It’s pretty much just a (dangerously) winning combo.With November here, I can’t help but want to get into the kitchen and bake any time I have a free moment. This time of...
Lemon Curd CookiesI've made these cookies for years. I like to give them out to family and friends. —Carole Vogel, Allison Park, PennsylvaniaGet RecipeOld-Fashioned GingersnapsI discovered this recipe many years ago, and it's been a favorite among our family and friends since. Who doesn't like cookies during the holidays? —Francis Stoops, Stoneboro, PennsylvaniaGet RecipeOat-Rageous Chocolate Chip CookiesMy aunt gave me this recipe, and my family thinks these cookies are delicious. We enjoy...
Rob Anderson is a geek. So he makes chocolate for other geeks, or, more accurately, "people who really like chocolate and geek out about it."What does he mean by that? If you change one step of the chocolate-making process, you change the taste of the resulting chocolate entirely. And Anderson wants to show you exactly what that means. Fresco Chocolate, his company, roasts beans four different ways and conches (aka aerates and stirs) chocolate four different ways to create totally unique bars...
Boozy Hot Chocolate with melted whipped creamJuliana Jiménez Jaramillo forSlateAn unfortunate trend has oozed its way through New York and other yuppie hubs over the last few years: ultra-rich hot chocolate, with a texture somewhere between eggnog and pudding, and a butterfat content somewhere between heavy cream and, well, butter.L.V. Anderson is a former Slate associate editor. Such hot chocolate is superficially alluring but ultimately regrettable. I speak from repeated experience:...