With the weather here in New England finally deciding to gift us with 3 feet of snow, what is more comforting than hot chocolate? Here at B2tF Homemade Hot Chocolate, while being a fav, doesn’t quite quench the need for a fresh baked good. If you search the internet you will get plenty of recipes that are called a “hot chocolate cupcake” and all of them look great, but they didn’t quite live up to the B2tF standard. So this got us thinking, how would we translate this classic drink into a cupcake form?
This homemade hot chocolate is rich and creamy, and the nutmeg and cinnamon add an exciting kick to this childhood classic. We recently tried our hand at homemade marshmallows (recipe from Smitten Kitchen) that can be described as sweet vanilla marshmallow heaven. They added a great marshmallow froth to the hot chocolate; no need for whipped cream. If you are on a hot chocolate marshmallow kick, check out our Hot Chocolate Cupcakes!
We have been working on this flavor combination for a while, and had a hard time finding a cookie to complement the intense flavor of the chili in just the right way. After stumbling across this recipe at
divine-baking.com a while back, we thought with a couple of adjustments it would be just right – and boy did we hit the nail on the head! More
I may be biased, but I believe that we may have outdone ourselves with this newest cake! This Devil’s Food S’mores cake came about while dreaming about summer, which obviously is gone… and with Thanksgiving now over, won’t be back for at least another 6-9 months. New England weather… so unpredictable! More
Yum, yummy, yum yum… This is a spectacular recipe, I could not have chosen a better one to be our first official brownie post! When you have chocolate, chocolate, and a little more chocolate, plus raw cookie dough (sans eggs, so no worries about salmonella) there really isn’t much more you can say. I used to doubt the people out there (you know who you are) who would insist on putting frosting on their brownies. I am the type of person who believes, if you have a great brownie recipe there is no need for frosting… More
In this truffle recipe tangy lemon joins forces with fragrant white chocolate, defining the meaning of smooth and refreshing decadence! More