This Gluten Free Death by Chocolate Cheesecake with Brownie Crust is an easy and delicious way to satisfy even the most fervent chocoholics! It starts with a gluten free brownie crust, then creamy baked chocolate cheesecake, smothered in a rich chocolate ganache, and topped with your favourite chocolates! So get ready to drool and find out how to make a chocolate cheesecake from scratch that will really impress!
“What’s your favourite dessert?” is always a question that stumps me! There’s so many to choose from, how can I be expected to pick just one delicious dessert?! But, if I was forced, baked cheesecake would be a strong contender for my number 1 dessert! It’s creamy, and rich, and the flavour possibilities are endless – from the cheesecake, to the crust, to the cheesecake toppings, the world is your oyster in the land of baked cheesecakes. We all know that chocolate makes all desserts infinitely better, so I guess what I am trying to say is that this Gluten Free Death by Chocolate Cheesecake is really, really good idea.
These Chocolate Orange Baileys Truffles are a decadent chocolate treat everybody is going to love. Made with festive chocolate orange and rich, creamy Bailey’s! They make for the perfect edible gift as they’re quick and easy to make, transport well, and are totally indulgent.
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Every time I made homemade truffles, it makes me realise I do not make them often enough. They’re so ridiculously easy to make and the results are incredible! Little balls of fudgy, decadent chocolate that are flavoured any way you fancy, what’s not to love?! These Chocolate Orange Baileys Truffles are my new favourite variation though. In my family it isn’t Christmas unless you have a Chocolate Orange and a bottle of Baileys, I don’t make the rules that’s just how it is! So when deciding what flavour to make some festive chocolate truffles, Chocolate Orange Baileys Truffles were first in line!
These Gluten Free Blackberry Cheesecake Brownies are chocolatey, creamy, and fruity! Fudgy brownies are topped with a thick and creamy blackberry cheesecake. So quick and easy to make, and a real crowd pleaser. Gluten free decadence!
Autumn is well and truly here, the leaves are turning shades of red and brown, the air is crisp, and the mornings are dark. In England autumn usually means lots and lots of rain too, but so far we’ve been spared from too much rain and this weekend is turning out to be pretty warm. Since we’re in October now, blackberry season is over – but my freezer is still fully stocked with these gorgeous, sweet berries and, thus, these Gluten Free Blackberry Cheesecake Brownies were born.
These totally fudgy, gooey, decadent Gluten Free Blackberry Brownies are the ultimate chocolate fix. The rich, fudgy chocolate combined with bursts of sweet wild blackberries will have you coming back for more. They’re so easy to make, and no mixer is needed – so get your apron on and let’s bake!
September is one of my favourite months, it’s where summer meets autumn and the leaves start turning. And, of course, it’s when everything pumpkin spice starts appearing. I LOVE all things pumpkin spice, because I love fall spices – they’re so warm and inviting, comforting even. But, this post isn’t about the wonderful spices of autumn – it’s about the wonderful produce that comes along with September. My favourite being blackberries!
These Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bars are decadence at its finest! Soft, delicious gluten free cookie dough is combined with peanut butter, made into a bar and topped with chocolate and peanut butter combined. They’re no bake, so easy to make, and absolutely yummy!
Okay, hands up if you’ve ever eaten raw cookie dough when you, or someone else, is baking cookie dough? If you didn’t put your hand up, I can only assume you’re lying! Even though we’re told it will give us salmonella, we just can’t resist, it’s so yummy – and hey, you have to check the dough is worth baking into cookies, right? To be honest, the likelihood of getting any kind of food poisoning from raw eggs is very, very low – especially if you’re using fresh eggs. But raw egg is kind of not nice to eat, so edible, eggless cookie dough to the rescue!