Layers of decadent pecan, chocolate, brown sugar and cinnamon streusel baked into this light and fluffy cake will have you reaching for a pot of coffee! The Rescue Baker describes this recipe as her favorite from the Divine Chocolate Cookbook.
The Rescue Baker (TRB) describes this recipe for Divine Brownies from the Divine Chocolate Cookbook as “…the most wonderful rich and fudgy brownies I’ve had the pleasure of baking.” TRB suggests using a cookie cutter to cut them into festive shapes or wrapping them up in decorative boxes or individual bags for a special homemade gift for the holidays.
The original recipe for this Old-Fashioned Chocolate Buttermilk Poundcake calls for this cake to be baked in a springform tin, but The Rescue Baker opted to use a Bundt pan. Dust with a little powdered sugar and you’ll have a festive treat that everyone will enjoy.
We're excited to bring back 8 Divine nights of recipes, giveaways, and messages from our partners in honor of Chanukah. Check out today's post from Ilana Shatz, Founding Director of Fair Trade Judaica.
We’re excited to partner with The Rescue Baker (TRB) to present “12 Divine Holiday Treats.” Inspired by the concept of “Julie and Julia,” TRB has tried and tested a selection of recipes by Linda Collister from the Divine Chocolate Cookbook – in some cases, offering a TRB twist – that are perfect for holiday gatherings. We’re kicking off the series with Really Rich Cupcakes!