I am a beginning baker and have somehow found myself with a big block of baking chocolate and a can of Libby's pure pumpkin. any good recipes for an easy dessert I can bring to Thanksgiving? I have a hand mixer but no food processor.
Rich, smooth, and deeply delicious, this semisweet chocolate ganache makes a great glaze for any dessert you whip up. Or, if you chill it until it's thicker, you can pipe or spread it as a frosting. Increase the ratio of chocolate to cream and you can also make fantastic truffles from the ganache. Since there are so few ingredients, be sure to use the best chocolate and freshest cream you can find. Read more.
In this video recipe, Amy Wisniewski of the CHOW Test Kitchen shows you the easiest way to make the perfect Valentine's Day treat: silky smooth chocolate fondue. Use CHOW's simple fondue recipe while following along with Amy in the video and you'll have a fun, interactive dessert to share with your significant other or special friend.
The trick to perfect scallops is to leave them alone once they hit the pan—they’ll stick to the skillet at first then release once they sear. If you prefer less heat, use just one Fresno chile and remove the seeds before adding to the pan.
This sweet snack utilizes a classic Easter candy to create a fun riff on a classic Easter appetizer. The filling for these “deviled eggs” consists of the Cadbury cream center mixed with cream cheese and freshly whipped cream.