I said I would be back in a few days with something on the sweet side, and here you have it folks! Individual Mini Chocolate Bundt Cakes. Great for Christmas or anytime of year for that matter. I think these little chocolate bundt cakes would add a touch of class and grace to any Christmas dinner table. Somehow, chocolate always graces our Christmas table alongside the more traditional Christmas pudding. This year I am probably putting these on top of my list.
Well, what do we have here, a recipe that doesn't contain butter, sugar or flour. Something must be going wrong. I did say December would be packed full of those three little ingredients and it will be, but I had to have a small break for just a second.
You can't get anything further from a cookie than this vegetable hash. Well, it didn't start out to be this. If you carry on below you will see that that it all about. However, it is possibly one of the best vegetable hash dishes I have ever had. Yes, really.
We are having one hell of a torrential rain storm going on outside. As I sit here writing this, I am seriously wondering if we are going to lose our electricity. I sure hope not because that's no fun. Nope, none at all. It is funny because it didn't rain for six whole months and then this. I think we are in for a very wet and stormy winter.
When the weather is like this, all I ever want to do is cook or bake something. Surprise. So, this morning when it was still raining I made these Cranberry Scones for breakfast. And I did eat only one. See, I do have will power after all.
Don't they look great for....ah, Christmas.
Continuing the Christmas traditions today with these Winter White Chocolate Truffles. Although these are not a tradition I grew up with, I adopted them over the years. Now, not a Christmas goes by when I don't make some kind of truffles. These white chocolate ones using Lindt chocolate and the secret ingredient of Cointreau are Christmas decedandence at it's finest.
Let's party like it's 1965 this holiday season & break out the vol-au-vents. These little morsels of yumminess can see you through any entertaining this season from pre Christmas parties right through to a big ol' New Year's Eve bash. If you are looking for a pretty appetizer that takes no time to put together, this could just be what you are looking for. Now grab a glass of Bailey's and break out Bing Crosby because Christmas is coming!
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