Chocolate Covered Friday: 3 Chocolate Treats to Make this Weekend

Chocolate Covered Friday: 3 Chocolate Treats to Make this Weekend
Chocolate Covered Friday: 3 Chocolate Treats to Make this Weekend

 

Hey all you beautiful Chocolate-Lovers!


3 Chocolate Treats to Make this Weekend

As you know from watching my episodes, I’m always on a hunt for all things chocolate. Today and every Friday, I bring you my fave chocolatey, ooey, gooey, scrump-dilly-umptious treasures from around the globe. Click on any of the pictures below and you’ll be taken to the step-by-step directions. You have no excuses! Unless you are satisfied with just drooling, then drool away.

First up is Julia Child’s Reine de Saba cake from Julia of The Red Headed Traveler

If you are a fan of Butter and/or Chocolate then you have to click on this melt in your mouth cake (which is pretty much every single one of you)

Photo Credit: The Red Headed Traveler

Photo Credit: The Red Headed Traveler

 

Next, we have adorable sandwiches that have massive flavor in each bite.  Kelly from the Tasting Page has shown you how to make these step by step and BTW, the ingredients are super simple (side note: she brought these to an LA Food Blogger Cookie Swap, so cool)

Photo Credit: TastingPage.com

Photo Credit: TastingPage.com


And last but certainly not least, Barista Brownie Cookies from Wendy at The Monday Box

I love baristas + I love brownies + I love cookies

Don’t these look fabulous?!?  You have to go see Wendy work her magic with this one and find out her WHY behind her creations.  You will surely be in awe of her mission.

Photo Credit: The Monday Box

Photo Credit: The Monday Box

 

 

Now its your turn my lovely Chocoholics =)

Which one are you most inspired to try creating this weekend?

#1 (cake), #2 (Nut cookies) or #3 (brownie cookies)?

 

 

 

P.S. If you like just chocolate bars, here is a really unique Ritter Butter Biscuit Bar review

P.P.S. Our first ever wine tasting/chocolate tasting party is happening over here

ireallylovechocolate.com

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4 Comments

  1. Amy Pessolano

    Definitely the cookies…. they look like Pepperidge Farm Brussels cookies I loved as a kid.

  2. Wendy

    Thanks, Becca, for featuring my Barista Brownie Cookies! Chocolate and coffee lovers unite on this one! :) The other two recipes look delicious! Both of those blogs are new to me. Thanks for pointing me in their direction! :)

  3. Amanda @artsy_momma

    YUM! I love anything chocolate :) Brownie cookies would be my 1st choice.

  4. Barb V

    OH my goodness. I think I will follow you forever.

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