From delicious muffins to decadent brownies, here are the sweets to prove once again: if we could marry a food, it might just be dark chocolate.
The dessert course does not have to end with you licking the cake stand clean. Full of antioxidant-rich dark chocolate, this recipe for flourless chocolate cake can be made using individual-sized ramekins, making for a perfectly portioned 100-calorie dessert. Show More Summary
Today, March 24th, is National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day! All hail the those little raisins covered in a shell of milk, dark, or white chocolate. We bow down to your delicious sweet glory. Are you a healthy fruit snack or a candy? I still do not know. Show More Summary
Cast from a real fossil dino-shark tooth, available in milk, dark and white chocolate, just in time for Easter. (via Bruce Sterling)
Dee's new house was dark, having been painted chocolate brown with dark trim throughout. She decided to start at the beginning— and transform the entryway first. READ MORE »
PETA Cottontail has arrived just in time for spring! This delicious vegan treat from Sjaak's Organic Chocolates will be the star of any Easter basket. The post PETA Vegan Dark Chocolate Bunny appeared first on PETA.
Behold the Heavens To Bacon Bar, which is crafted of crispy bacon-almond praline, potato chips, smoked sea salt caramel, puffed rice and 66% dark chocolate. [ more › ]
We already known that coffee and chocolate and delicious and beer and chocolate are a match made in food heaven so you know that when you combine all three flavors, it is going to be something spectacular.
Chocolate and beer are a natural pairing, especially dark beers. The toasted coffee and chocolate notes highlight those same flavor components in the chocolate itself. In other words, you do not really taste the beer but rather the chocolate tastes more chocolaty.
We all know that dark chocolate is good for us—hooray for heart-healthy antioxidants. But it also contains something else that can help to control your appetite, promote digestive health, and protect against diabetes. The post Dark Chocolate Contains a Shocking Amount Of… appeared first on SELF.
A hundred thoughts raced through my head when my eyes crossed this gorgeous confection; those thoughts somehow distilling down into a relatively coherent must.have.now.
As a quick ASMR trigger in the middle of a work day, Justin's Honey Peanut Butter and any good dark chocolate can't be beat. Read the rest
The bright, zesty flavor of oranges always pair well with rich, creamy chocolate. It is versatile enough to be a good match for dark, milk and white chocolates, but even though it can pair with a wide range of flavors, I often find that chocolate and orange desserts can be a bit uninspired. These Blood...
Post by Adriana Velez. Get ready for some D-R-A-M-A, the kind without tears: Chrissy Teigen just changed her golden locks to a deep, dark, chocolate brown. Wait until you see the full effect! Yesterday she posted this photo from her hair colorist's chair. Show More Summary
We're about to tell you a fun way to upgrade your sex drive. It's called eating, and these are five foods that are sure to add a little boost to your sex life. Dark Chocolate A classic treat loved by all, dark chocolate is here to get you in the mood. Show More Summary
That’s the claim by Lycotec, a UK-based company with research ties to Cambridge University. They’ve created “Esthechoc,” a 70 percent dark chocolate that touts some serious anti-aging claims. Researchers say the treat is so potent, just one 7.5-gram piece of the chocolate packs the same anti-oxidant punch as 100 grams of regular dark chocolate or even 300 [...]
Dark chocolate is packed with a variety of powerful health benefits. Quality dark chocolate with a high cocoa content is not only nutritious, this sweet treat is loaded with soluble fiber and minerals, like magnesium, copper, and iron. Show More Summary
OK, but can your super fancy 3D pen write in chocolate, though?
The Telegraph has yet another revision from the food wizards on what is good and what is bad for you. They like eggs, dark chocolate, red meat, and whole milk. But why shouldn't we be skeptical when this reverses much of the previous wisdom? A great scene from the Woody Allen film "Sleeper."
Oh, America. American marketing executives are going big this Valentine's Day with all sorts of red and pink-colored foods to tempt your cold, dark heart. But the trend we can't handle? Heart-shaped foods. Heart-shaped chocolates get...Show More Summary