A quintessential fine piece. For anyone asking, a fine piece is a North Eastern Scottish word for a baked good. You would have a fine piece with a fly cup. Peppermint slices, buttery biscuit base, mint icing, dark chocolate. A biscuit version of an after eight. Ingredients: 400g hobnobs or other biscuits 300g butter 280g icing
Oh these chocolate brownies are good, especially warm with a cold glass of milk. Made these for work and let's just say the 2 tins were empty pretty quickly. I love Three Sisters Bake, I visited the Quarriers Village cafe at the weekend and the setting is gorgeous. Plenty of old buildings, grass for miles
Or Easter Egg Nests, or the recipe I first learnt when I was about four. Where the best bit is still to get to lick the bowl of chocolate. My brother and I always told my Grandma we were saving on the washing up... This could not be similar. For 24 cakes you will need
Hot chocolate is pretty simple, yet Gu have made it even simpler with there Gu Velvety Belgian Chocolate. Literally pour into mug, heat for 1 minute, stir, heat for 2 minutes, add marshmallows. Instantly feel like you've been given a great big hug and snuggle on the sofa. A super chocolatey drink, one was definitely enough!
This is a super rich chocolate cake, I'm talking over 500g worth of chocolate. A slightly altered verison of this white chocolate wedding cake from BBC Good Food, again for my parents silver wedding. We did 3/5 of the recipe and used two 24cm round cake tins, and didn't do the dark chocolate buttercream layers!