All tagged swiss chocolate

Toblerone Mousse

Toblerone Mousse

It's a continuous "struggle" to get through the mountain of leftover Christmas chocolate, and that's where recipes like this three ingredient mousse come in handy—break up your chocolate, whip up some egg whites and cream, and presto, dessert.

Boozy Balls

Boozy Balls

These boozy balls are ones you'll actually want to eat.

Often rum balls are made with leftovers—stale cake and cookies—but these are purpose built, using ground nuts as the base. And why ever limit yourself to just rum?

You can make them gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, even booze-free—the variety is endless.

World Peace Cookies

World Peace Cookies

In times of change and confusion I go to my happy place: the kitchen. There is nothing more heartening than making comfort food and then stuffing my face with it. And there is no better comfort food than these salty, chocolatey, sandy, buttery, heavenly cookies.  

Schwarzwäldertorte

Schwarzwäldertorte

The Black Forest Cake probably isn't actually named for the actual Black Forest, but for the spirit that was used to make the cake, Schwarzwälder Kirschwasser, a kind of cherry brandy that was distilled from Black Forest cherries. Or it might be named after the traditional costumes of the Black Forest.

Schoggi Mousse

Schoggi Mousse

Switzerland has been producing chocolate since the 17th century, with the biggest boom of new chocolate companies opening in the late 19th and early 20th century. Although some of the smaller companies have now been bought up by huge conglomerates like Nestlé and Kraft, today there are many independent Swiss chocolate factories that have been around for more than a century.