Chocolate and coffee mousse recipe is the ultimate recipe for all chocolate and coffee lovers! I obviously love anything chocolate. However, I don’t drink coffee; but I enjoy coffee in desserts. I was trying to combine both flavours into something that isn’t heavy. A mousse is a French technique used in dessert, mostly to make an ingredient light and airy. Chocolate mousse is a very popular recipe that is surprisingly easy to make. There are quite a few versions of chocolate mousses out there. I wanted to keep the recipe simple and effective. The goal is to taste the chocolate and coffee and keep it light.[Read more…] about Chocolate and coffee mousse recipe
Dessert recipes that are a unique way to finish off a delicious mealand cleanse the palate with a touch of sweetness. Beautiful and delicious dessert recipes from around the world are sure to please family and friends alike.
Spongy madeleines recipe is incredibly easy to make and will be eaten as fast as you make them. Madeleines are French mini cakes that are shell shaped and are plump and spongy. They are very popular in France and are usually flavoured with vanilla or citrus zest. These spongy madeleines are my kids’ favourite and they can’t get enough of them every time that I make them. They call them “surf boards”! LOL[Read more…] about How to make spongy madeleines recipe
African beignets, also known as mikate in Congo, puff-puff in western Africa, are a very popular dessert/snack in Africa. These beignets come with a mango sauce with mint leaves. They are so delicious; I could eat them at any time of the day. Contrary to New Orleans beignets, the mikate are made with just flour and sugar, which are dipped fried later on.[Read more…] about African beignets (puff puff) with mango sauce
Almond cake with citrus and clementine gelée is another great dessert that celebrates every summer. In this dessert you will find lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit and clementine. The combination of flavors and the light cake is out of this world! I wanted to reproduce something that I ate in Paris the last time I went. I have always enjoyed the French gastronomy, especially when it comes to dessert. When I was in Paris couple of years ago, I made it a point to be a gastronomic tourist. Every day my goal was to try different eateries or restaurants to taste the food. A dream! I spent the day doing just that while my husband was exploring art galleries. It was THE best experience! I have never had so much fun eating! LOL[Read more…] about Almond cake with citrus fruits and clementine gelée
This gluten free mango cake with cassava and corn flour screams summer. When thinking of summer, I always envision bright colours everywhere. From the trees and flowers to the vibrant colours of fruits and vegetables. I like to infuse that brightness to the meal I prepare.[Read more…] about Gluten free mango cake with cassava and corn flour
Did I mention that I love making desserts? I loooove making and eating desserts! These crêpes definitely brings the wow factor. I usually skip the main course and go straight to it if I want to eat more than one crepe. Probably not the healthiest choice! LOL[Read more…] about French crêpes recipe with apple stuffing