From Faith: There’s always room for chocolate, even at the end of a hefty Thanksgiving meal, and this mousse pie is both airy and heavenly enough to bring your pals to their knees. A chocolatey mousse filling is scooped into a dark chocolate wafer cookie crust and it’s all topped with homemade whipped cream and chocolate […]
These aren’t Italian, as Nancy Harmon Jenkins freely admits, yet she couldn’t resist the challenge of substituting olive oil for butter; she’s deservedly proud of the result. Jenkins is author of Virgin Territory, a history of olive oil in the Mediterranean and recipes featuring olive oil.
As soon as we spotted this recipe in Ina Garten’s new book, Make It Ahead, we raced to it. Her desserts are always delicious, in our experience, and here is one that solves the problem if you have gluten-free eaters at your table. Ina uses renowned chef Thomas Keller’s gluten-free flour mix, called Cup4Cup. She […]
These five-ingredient dark chocolate, flourless brownies are mouth-watering and intense, just like they should be, minus the flour and butter, and in some circles that means better for you. Coconut sugar is the natural sweetener, blended with eggs, vanilla, and Spectrum all-vegetable shortening. (Your favorite dark chocolate chips are the way to go; we love […]
When friends stop by, I am never without dessert. I always have a frozen baguette and chocolate on hand, and that means dessert is minutes away. After defrosting the bread in the microwave, I slice the baguette horizontally, and top the halves with my favorite dark chocolate chips (Valrhona or Ghirardelli), a touch of olive […]