Ok, so it’s not quite summer yet but the lighter days and sunshine has inspired this update on a classic raspberry tart.
This recipe is dangerous. Sinful and completely irresistible, this brownie is so wicked that you could drown in it. Like a bad man, this is a girl’s deathbed. If it were poison, you would still be glad you’d tried it. These brownies can be served hot with vanilla ice cream. They are very rich so have just a small amount.
Time for tea! With this lovely individual tea fancies created specially for Divine by chef Alan Coxon.
Who says a brownie (or blondie!) can’t be decadent? Lorraine Pascale has created this recipe for white chocolate blondie’s with strawberries and pistachios especially for Chocolate Week 2014. The contrast of the sweet strawberry jam and crunchy pistachios transforms this humble blondie into something quite special.
Recently, I was invited to participate in a museum series that explored connections between art, food, flavours and cultures. The Leighton House Museum was home to the famous Victorian painter and his life and work supplied ample inspiration for a recipe. Chocolate during Leighton’s time would surely have been in the form of a drink. An avid traveller, he would have enjoyed the various spices from far away lands, so I’ve included star anise, cinnamon and chilli powder. Why not try this rich chocolate drink? Perfect to enjoy on a cold winter afternoon.
The ultimate autumnal treat. A seasonal favourite that ‘pump’kins up the flavour.
These spooky little treats are perfect for a night of Halloween fun and feasting .
Divine Chocolateer Erik has combined Pukka Herbs Matcha tea with divine white chocolate for a delicious summery bake, perfect to enjoy with a green tea!
These delicious and very chocolatey biscuits are the perfect treat for you and your little Easter bunnies.