For a wonderful fall treat, indulge in this incredibly decadent blondie! The simple taste of brown sugar with butter is combined with deliciously chewy cherries and melted chocolate chips. Great as an after-school snack that you and your kids are sure to love!
This recipe for No-Bake Chocolate Almond Oat Bars may contain the good high-protein elements found in your favorite energy bars, but they are immeasurably more delicious. And the best part -- they don’t require any baking!
The first step in nearly every cookie recipe calls for you to cream together the butter and sugar. For a healthier take, we’ve swapped out the butter for coconut oil in this recipe and added wholesome granola mix-ins like pepitas, coconut flakes, and dried cherries for an irresistible old-fashioned drop cookie.
The pairing of chocolate and peanut butter is hard to improve upon, so why bother, right? This semifreddo, or semifrozen dessert, is swirled throughout with salty peanut butter and gooey chocolate. Two great tastes that ... well, you get where I'm going, right? In a few easy steps, stir, whip, fold, swirl, pour, and smooth. The dessert is ready to pop in the freezer for a couple of hours to await slicing and eating!
The United States has celebrated National Ice Cream Month every July since 1984. So if you feel like celebrating, this recipe is so easy, and best of all, you don’t even need an ice-cream maker to make it! Rich and creamy vanilla ice cream is dipped in decadent dark chocolate and topped with crunchy nuts in this delicious summer treat.
Beans ... and chocolate? It might not sound like a match made in heaven, but pureed black beans have a smooth texture, earthy flavor, and dark color, making them a perfect partner for chocolate in lightened-up baked goods. Plus you’ll only need about half the butter used in most brownies -- that’s something we can all feel good about.