Chocolate Brownie Mousse Trifle


Chocolate Brownie Mousse Trifle This chocolate brownie mousse trifle has gone all Willy Wonka on you! Absolutely overloaded with chocolate, there's crumbled brownies at the bottom smothered in velvety smooth chocolate mousse, and topped off with some milk and white chocolate curls. There's no better way to celebrate my Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community shop. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias and their client. You all are going to laugh your asses off at me and my stupidity because, let's just say, this dessert isn't as … [Read more...]

Banana Cream Pie


Banana Cream Pie I have a weird relationship with bananas. Don't get me wrong, I love them, but I like them when they're under ripe. That almost yellow colour but still a bit green. Frankenstein bananas FTW! If they're a tad overripe, I won't eat them. It's just how I roll. So when I made this banana cream pie I obviously had to let the bananas go speckly and ripe. There was this little voice in my head and it was screaming. I managed to actually ignore it. :) Technically speaking, this isn't actually a banana cream pie, it doesn't actually have any cream in it what-so-ever. It's … [Read more...]

Funfetti Cake Batter Fudge


Funfetti Cake Batter Fudge No bake, no box mix, yet replicates the taste of cake batter. This melt in your mouth Funfetti Cake Batter Fudge is delicious and has a wonderful textured crunch from the sprinkles. Sprinkles make me happy. I love everything about them. The variety of happy colours, fun shapes, their sweet taste, the crunch, everything. They remind me of beautiful rainbows after a dull rainy day. Which is pretty ironic since they're rainbow colours. Which then leads me onto glitter, but I won't go there now! :) I've been having the urge for a while to make funfetti anything. … [Read more...]

English Coconut Macaroons


English Coconut Macaroons I cannot quite believe that English macaroons are now deemed to be old-fashioned, and less sophisticated than their French namesakes. Who decided this?! Maybe it's because they're far easier to make than their French cousins? I certainly don't agree with that statement. Firstly, they make a perfect tea time treat. The outer is perfectly crispy with a moist, chewy, refreshing coconut inner. The drizzled dark chocolate is an amazing finishing touch and is fantastic combo. Taste wise, these kind of taste like a Bounty chocolate/candy bar, or Mounds in the US but … [Read more...]