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You'll Never Guess the Secret High-Protein Ingredient in This Cookie Dough Fudge

2 hours agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

If you grew up scooping out spoonfuls of raw cookie dough while baking chocolate chip cookies with Grandma, you're going to fall hard for this cookie dough freezer fudge. I'm not even going to tell you it's made with lentils. Nope I'm only going to tell you how sweet and smooth this fudge is, how perfectly doughy, just like you remember. Show More Summary

Would You Like to See a Chocolate Eclair That Looks Like Burt Reynolds Naked?

6 hours agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

It is now time to begin obsessively following the work of Lou Lou P, a baker in Leeds, UK. Very recently, she introduced us to the Cat Loaf and the Pug Loaf. Lou Lou is not done. She keeps knocking out hits, day after day. You want a burger with unicorn meat? She can't supply it. But this unicorn burger bun is just as good--and she's just getting started!

The only chocolate chip cookie recipe you'll ever need

7 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Love a great chocolate-chip cookie? Whether you're more of a crisp and crumbly kind of fan, or you prefer yours soft and chewy, this kind of love requires only one thing: a sweet tooth. Oh, and plenty of chocolate.

DVD: “Chocolate City,” “Seashore,” “Stand,” “Wasp,” & More!

8 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Hot male strippers, Brazilian teens getting close (Seashore, above), gay Russians in a pickle and a gay couple on a vacay gone wrong make up this very queer (and homoerotic) week in home entertainment. Read on!   Chocolate City ($29.99 DVD; Paramount) A hot college student (Robert Ri’chard) begins moonlighting as a male stripper on […]

Crossing the Bridge

I want so badly to move on. Let me go, Cancer. I don't want to think about you anymore. On most days, I am like you, floating through a mindless daily rhythm. I hit the snooze button. I drink too much Cabernet. I eat too much chocolate. Show More Summary

Crossing the Bridge

I want so badly to move on. Let me go, Cancer. I don't want to think about you anymore. On most days, I am like you, floating through a mindless daily rhythm. I hit the snooze button. I drink too much Cabernet. I eat too much chocolate. Show More Summary

Buy buttons could hurt brands more than they help

GUEST: Willy Wonka made consuming media literal with his “Wonka Vision” invention that teleported a giant chocolate bar to be eaten right out of a TV screen. Sadly, this kind of instant gratification will likely only exist in fiction. With the arrival of buyable pins and stoppable buttons, however, brands may have found the next best […]

If You Loved Magic Mike, Let Us Welcome You to Chocolate City

23 hours agoEntertainment : BuzzSugar

If you're still thirsty for more abs, more grinding, and more dollar bills flying through the air after seeing Magic Mike XXL this Summer, you're in luck. Chocolate City is the latest addition to the male-stripper-movie genre and stars...Show More Summary

The Westin Riverwalk Proves Even The Hospitality is Bigger in Texas

Ideally situated on San Antonio’s famously romantic and serene Paseo del Rio is the four-star Westin Riverwalk hotel where you can experience true Southern charm in each and every aspect of your stay. From imported Venezuelan chocolates at check-... via JustLuxe.com

Archer Daniels Midland completes sale of chocolate business

Archer Daniels Midland says it sold its chocolate business to agribusiness conglomerate Cargill for $440 million.

Restaurants - Textbook Boulangerie Patisserie

Sometimes we forget that pastry-making is an art in itself, rather than just another side of cooking. Learning how to properly temper chocolate can take...

One boomer learns lessons from a chocolate pancake

Linda DeMers Hummel learns about taking grandsons to pancake houses.

World Cuisine: Dobos Torte

4.59 / 5 Stars | 26 Reviews by Kevin Ryan "This wonderful special-occasion cake is made with thin layers of sponge cake, bittersweet chocolate buttercream, and a brittle caramel top layer that's cut into wedges for garnish." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

White Chocolate & Apricot Oatmeal Cookie Bars

Raisins and dried cranberries are two of the most commonly used dried fruits in baked goods, but they’re not the only dried fruit that you might find in your pantry. Instead of reaching for the raisins the next time you are in the mood to bake a batch of oatmeal cookies, consider reaching for dried...

An Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Pancake Recipe, Tailor-Made For 1

The following post was originally featured on Top With Cinnamon and written by Izy Hossack, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Food. Boom shackow. Pancakes coming at yo face. With chocolate like WOAH. So, have you ever managed to use 12Show More Summary

Witness the Gooey Greatness That Is S'mores Dip

There's no reason to miss out on s'mores just because you're not near a campfire. Behold this recipe for s'mores dip. Simply broil marshmallows atop melted chocolate and mallow creme, and scoop the whole gooey thing up with honey graham cracker sticks. Who needs a campfire?

Crack Mac (aka White Chocolate Mac 'n' Cheese)

Putting white chocolate in mac 'n' cheese certainly may seem odd, even unpalatable, but don't knock it till you try it! One bite, and your initial skepticism will evaporate. With its rich, creamy, and complex flavor, this lush pastaShow More Summary

August is Read a Romance Month

You know the month. Talk of love and chocolate and red flowers. Romance is planned, discussed, and celebrated. Love stories are shared in the middle of the hottest month of the year—What? Wait! No, we’re not speaking of chilly February’s Valentine’s Day but rather sweltering August’s Read a Romance Month.

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