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A sugar-free cookbook for those still dreaming of a world filled with chocolate. Sarah Wilson shares how to make delicious treats for any occasion, from special breakfasts to show-stopping sugar-free cakes and bakes. With tasty chocolate delights including Mocha and Hazelnut Layer Cake, Dark Choc and Sea Salt Popcorn and Choc-Chip Hot Cross Buns, there's something for everyone - including a handy key to paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, kid-friendly and freezer-friendly recipes. I Quit Sugar The Ultimate Chocolate Cookbook has one hundred sugar-free recipes, step-by-step instructions and an entire sugar-free Easter chapter. Full of handy hints and tips, Sarah shares how living sugar-free can be enriching, healthy and sweet!
Truffles, Easter eggs or sweet Valentine’s seduction. Flights from heartbreak, or blissful birthday bonbons. It's a fact: chocolates are simply divine. In Chocolate there are original, melt-your-heart offerings, which includes a wicked assortment of chocolate recipes to satisfy every hmmm: the eating, dipping, drinking and spreading kind; fruity thrills such as nartjie malva pudding; crunchy treats, from rooibos biscotti to macadamia-nut honeycomb; fancy, creamy, nostalgic and naughty recipes that will enchant you; effortless favourites: no-bake brownies and end-of-the-month truffles, and SOS tips to rescue your craving. With all the technical info you need to embark on your chocolate journey.
If we were to run a survey asking women the question "Can chocolate solve anything?" The resounding answer would most likely be "it solves everything!" And most men will vouch that giving the gift of chocolate, whether to their mom / sister / aunt / girlfriend / wife is the best way to get them out of the dog box. With this 2 book recipe bundle - no matter which of the above groups you fit into - you will be able to make delicious chocolate cakes and bakes. It also makes a wonderful gift for someone who loves to bake.
A chocolate-lover's guide to Britain. Chocolate arouses greater passion in its fans than any other food, and chocolate-making is one of the most exciting and dynamic areas in Britain's burgeoning artisan food scene. This book is a celebration of chocolate-making in this country, designed to locate and bring to a wider audience the fascinating people making good chocolate in the right way. Arranged geographically in a dozen regional chapters, each one is centred on a local hero but also casts light on other chocolatiers and bean-to-bar makers in their area. A profile of the area and its most characterful artisans is backed up in each chapter by a locator map and data on transport links, supplier websites and other foodie points of interest. Part travelogue and part biography, always informative and entertaining, there will be practical information that readers can use to make their way around Britain, tasting as they go, or to order lovely chocolate from their armchair while reading about the people who make it. Among the people and places to be included are Duffy Sheardown, a former Formula One racing engineer who makes bars of chocolate in a shed in Cleethorpes that are prized by chocolate connoisseurs all over the world; Willie Harcourt-Cooze, a glamorous globetrotter who grows cocoa in Venezuala and makes chocolate in Uff culme, Devon (sold in Waitrose); and the passionate young women of Dormouse, who from tiny premises in Manchester are winning international accolades.
When it comes to creativity in chocolate, chocolate professionals might think they have seen it all. Stephane Leroux's astonishing new book Bleu Chocolat will prove the opposite. This unique book unveils over 100 breath-taking pieces, which look nothing like chocolate, but are sure to whet your creative appetite. Bleu Chocolat is the result of Stephane's collaboration with Belcolade, the real Belgian chocolate brand of Puratos. It offers an incredible source of inspiration, providing the opportunity to chocolate professionals to create similar pieces of their own. In the technical volume, Stephane Leroux is taking the reader via a step-by-step description through the techniques of a marble, cardboard, concrete or porcelain effect. The artistic book provides a breath-taking photographic overview of the artistic pieces, and is captured by Belgian photographer Tom Swalens. This volume allows the reader to admire Stephane's mesmerising creations.
Even if you ve never made chocolate candies before, you ll fall in love with the easy recipes in Turtle, Truffle, Bark. The title refers to the three types of candies featured in this cookbook: A turtle is traditionally a pecan-studded, chocolate-covered caramel patty, but reimagined by author Hallie Baker, you'll be making Dark Chocolate Almond Chili Turtles and White Chocolate Cashew Mango Turtles. You might think you know what Baker means by a truffle, but think again. These aren t everyday flavors here are crazy-simple recipes for Milk Chocolate Lavender Truffles and Dark Chocolate Stout Truffles, among others. Finally, bark is usually a slab of chocolate in which various ingredients are anchored. Peppermint bark is one familiar kind, but you must try the White Chocolate Strawberry Bark and the Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Bark you'll find in this book. Get ready to satisfy your chocolate craving in yummy new ways "
The illustrated history of chocolate, its discovery in the Americas and its traditions in Europe. The book shows the different types of cocoa and the process of turning them into chocolate and includes extensive recipes for desserts, ice creams and main meals in which chocolate is the main ingredient.
Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate is much more than just a recipe book. Employing half a century of chocolate knowledge and experience to this accessible new title, Jean-Pierre Wybauw's sixth book is a veritable abundance of information, history and recipes pertaining to chocolate. The book traces the history of the cocoa bean, from its first use as currency by the Aztecs to the very beginnings of its consumption as a delicacy. The technical differentiations between dark, milk and white chocolate are explained, and different production techniques and tricks are examined, with further nuggets of information included along the way. Nutritional values of different kinds of chocolate, as well as the health benefits of the cocoa bean, are also outlined, and an explanation of chocolatier's terminology. Features over 100 pages of recipes with step-by-step instructions including muffins, souffles, pralines, macaroons and chocolate cannelloni as well as useful recipes for chocolatiers' ingredients that are otherwise expensive and difficult for the layman to get hold of such as fondant cream. Of interest to professionals and aspiring chocolatiers as well as hobbyists, readers will be swept away by Jean Pierre's enthusiasm and never-ceasing diligence to create the perfect chocolate.
Once upon a time, in a beautiful city famous for chocolate and protected by dragons, there was a girl so fearless that she dared to try to tell the greatest story of all: the truth.
Silke has always been good at spinning the truth and storytelling. So good that since arriving as a penniless orphan, she has found her way up to working for the most splendid chocolate makers in the city (oh, and becoming best friends with a dragon). Now her gift for weaving words has caught the eye of the royal family, who want to use her as a spy when the mysterious and dangerous fairy royal family announces it will visit the city. But Silke has her own dark, secret reasons for not trusting fairies .
Can Silke find out the truth about the fairies while keeping her own secrets hidden?
From the author of the magical The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart comes a second magical adventure perfect for fans of Cressida Cowell and Cornelia Funke
Instantly acquire all the knowledge you need to pass as an expert in the world of chocolate. Never again confuse your Olmecs with your Aztecs, your xocoatl with your cacao, or your conching with your blooming. More importantly, know the names of chocolate makers and chocolatiers to drop into conversation to underline your choc-credentials. Bask in the admiration of your fellow chocolate aficionados as you pronounce confidently on the provenance of the bean in your bar, why you prefer a criollo to a forastero or a trinitario, and why the world's finest chocolate is an authentic Aztec-influenced, `cold-worked' mix from Modica. Most of all, hold your own against the most sneering of chocolate experts by quoting the definitive words of Leonardo Sciascia. Who? Exactly. Written by experts and offering readers the opportunity to pass off appropriated knowledge as their own, the Bluffer's Guides provide hard fact masquerading as frivolous observation in one witty, easy read.
Indulge your inner chocoholic with Chocolate, the decadent and in-depth exploration of the world's favourite sweet treat. Unwrap the secrets of chocolate and learn everything from cacao's origins to how to make chocolate at home. Trace the journey of chocolate across the globe, from cacao plants in Cameroon and Costa Rica, to how to make, buy, taste, and cook with this delicious treat. Step-by-step masterclasses in using chocolate are supplemented by mouth-watering photography to tickle your tastebuds. Once you're a chocolate expert, get creating with 15 indulgent recipes worthy of a chocolatier including hot chocolate, truffles, and chocolate brownies. Try something delicious with Chocolate, the perfect gift for all foodies and chocoholics.
This book features 25 traditional recipes for shaped, filled & hand-dipped confections. You can create indulgent treats in your own kitchen with this delightful gift book. You can learn how to achieve professional finishes with step-by-step techniques for tempering, making ganache, and shaping and dipping truffles. You can make classic confections such as Hazelnut Praline Truffles, Salted Caramel Chocolates and Peanut Butter Cups, or impress friends with Hand-painted Jasmine Green Tea Chocolates, Lavender-Milk Chocolate Truffles, and Rose and Violet Creams. This gorgeous little book brings together traditional treats and contemporary confections, with easy-to-follow instructions. Claire Ptak explains how to work with chocolate, from grating and chopping to melting and tempering. Step-by-step sequences reveal the art of making ganache, shaping it into square or spherical truffles, and hand-dipping them for sensational results. The recipes are beautifully illustrated with stunning full-page shots of every finished chocolate. The confections on offer are suitable for all sorts of occasions - make Champagne Truffles for a celebratory party, Chocolate Lips and Hearts for Valentine's Day or Chocolate Peppermint Creams for a family treat. Whatever you choose, the simple methods, helpful tips and inspirational photographs ensure that you will be delighted with the results.
Dark, milk, white. With hints of vanilla or licorice, of coffee or violet. Enhanced with dried fruits, laced with liquor, matched with pears, strawberries, oranges. Is there anything more irresistible? What is diving into the paradise of a praline, into the exalting music of a crispy square, into the infinite sweetness of a cup of hot chocolate? What is it to let oneself be enveloped by a sensuous mousse, be amazed by chocolate bars with flashes of hazelnuts, covered with a thin veil of caramel, or be pampered by the childlike poetry of a mountain of profiteroles? "Food of the gods," as the Mayas called it, it was used from the outset for preparing desserts, from the simplest to the most sumptuous. What would life be without chocolate? It's hard to imagine. Moreover, it's also difficult just to imagine the endless colours, shapes, and intensities that chocolate can take on: dark, black, milk, white; tablets, chocolate drops, ice creams, puddings, creams. Here is a lavishly illustrated volume, in a highly innovative and original design, celebrating the endless tasty variations that will delight
"Enlightened Chocolate" is the first volume in the Enlightened Cooking series. Including both savory and sweet chocolate recipes, it is the first compendium cookbook exclusively devoted to light chocolate recipes. It also offers guidelines for using chocolate and cocoa as multipurpose flavorings to deepen and enhance dishes while adding health benefits. The recipes are divided into five chapters: * Morning Chocolate Fix * Sublime Snacks * Main Dish Chocolate * Decadent Desserts * Sweet & Savory Extras (including sauces, spice rubs, salsas, and other condiments)
This beautiful book is filled with over 35 exquisite chocolate recipes from Chocolate Orange Madeleines and Salted Caramel Brownies to White Chocolate Scones with Strawberries and Clotted Cream and of course the quintessential royal chocolate treat, Spiced Hot Chocolate. Through these delectable recipes learn the history of making, drinking and eating chocolate from its very beginnings to the royal chocolate kitchen at Hampton Court Palace right up to the present day. Discover why chocolate was considered a status symbol, how it was thought to have medicinal qualities, and the part that chocolate houses played in court life as pleasure haunts for the elite. Including chapters on Chocolate Cakes, Pastries and Tarts, Teatime Bites and Biscuits, and Drinks and Sauces as well as fascinating anecdotes about the infamous royals and their connection to the history of chocolate, this charming book provides everything you need to know to make your own chocolate recipes fit for a Queen.
Learn to cook with chocolate from the 'queen of chocolate' herself, Kirsten Tibballs.Chocolate pecan biscuits, White coconut truffles, Orange and hazelnut chocolate bar, Chocolate date meringue cake, Hot chocolate tart, Chocolate truffle squares, Coffee milk chocolate cake, White chocolate and chai latte brulee...Are you in chocolate heaven yet? Yup, we thought so, and the good news is you can learn to make these delicious chocolatey good recipes and more in leading chocolatier Kristen Tibball's book Chocolate.Chocolate is cooking with chocolate for the home cook: luscious, decadent recipes that are both classic and contemporary. Kirsten Tibballs, dubbed the 'queen of chocolate' runs a school for home cooks who aspire to master the delicate arts of chocolate and patisserie. Her years of experience as a leading chocolatier and a teacher make her perfectly placed to bring together this stunning collection of recipes for all those with a sweet tooth and a desire to impress friends and family with thoroughly indulgent, chocolate-based creations. Chocolate is always the hero ingredient and each recipe is graded for difficulty: easy, medium and tricky. Kirsten carefully maps each stage of the process with step-by-step instruction and accompanying photography so you feel as if you are being hand-held from start to finish. From the ultimate recipe for brownies or chocolate chip cookies to coconut, raspberry and chocolate tarts, caramel chocolate mousse cake, chocolate creme brulee, milk chocolate honey truffles -- this is chocolate at its luscious, gorgeous best.
This is a beautifully designed gift book with a material spine. Whether it's a chocolate delight, chocolate cake, slice or a brownie, the recipes in this book will have you wanting more, one can never have enough chocolate. This collection of recipes leads you to an irresistible flavour, the book has beautiful recipes and practical information, including traditional recipes for dark, milk and white chocolate plus practical advice on working with chocolate. Recipes for cakes, cheesecakes, fudge, macaroon, meringues, tortes and truffles are included in the book.
Choccywoccydoodah's chocolate geniuses are found in their Brighton based Mothership, where artists, designers and sculptors create extraordinary confections to commission. The Mothership is home to a shop, cafe, secret party room and the first Witches Kitchen. The Flagship is a magnificent former tobacco factory, just off Carnaby Street, in London. Tourists, fans, chocolate lovers and aspiring Doodahs from all over the world pilgrimage to both the Mothership and Flagship to satiate their appetite for cake, chocolate and Choccywoccydoodah. Choccywoccydoodah: Chocolate, Cake and Curses is a book to celebrate all things chocolate and cake from a team that have dedicated their lives to being joy-makers and cake-bakers. It is a story book of recipes where Christine and her Doodahs share their own personal chocolate and cake favourites in addition to stories behind the world famous Rocky Road recipe, the Nuns Naughty Secrets, and the reason Brighton (chocolate) rocks. Choccywoccydoodah Chocolate, Cake and Curses has been written to put a spell on all chocolate lovers, everywhere. After all, everyone deserves a little magic.
Chocolate is a magical ingredient. Everyone loves eating it. And if you can cook with it, your baking will rise to a whole new level. But - here's an untold secret - cooking with chocolate can be incredibly easy. Here Molly Bakes shares with us 50 of her favourite recipes for chocolate treats that are stylish, playful and totally delicious. They include: -Techniques (like Chocolate Cups) -Filled chocolates (like Salted Caramel) -Iconic choc bars (like Homemade Snickers) -Classic chocolatey bakes (like the Ultimate Chocolate Cake) -No bake treats (like Rocky Road) -Seasonal treats (like Fondant-filled Easter Eggs)
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