A naturally leavened cake with a lovely, fudge-like texture which is not overly rich.
This show-stopper chocolate cake can be prepared a day in advance although you may need to remove a shelf from your refrigerator to make enough room!
Macaron mayhem is taking the Tim Tam slam to the next level and we're ready to crush it.
Breakfast dessert does it again, this time in these Wagon Wheel-inspired rollups. All the right things in one compact roll.
A salty-sweet take on the American classic, this popcorn makes a great edible gift when wrapped and tagged with festive ribbon.
Wrap these spiced chocolate truffles in metallic paper and gift them to loved ones this holidays.
Traditionally made with a cardamom wheat bun, almond paste and whipped cream and then dusted with icing sugar, semlor, or 'semla' in singular, are eaten in Sweden...
Mastiha is a unique and intoxicating Greek spice unique to the island of Chios and here it plays deliciously in this easy chocolate mousse. ...
As the name implies, this cake should be as light as air. It’s a total chocolate fix, having so little else to keep it afloat.
Part slushy, part milkshake, Ina Garten's summery take on everyone's favourite wintry mug is a serious crowdpleaser.
For when all-out decadence calls. This pie is super simple to make, with plenty of fun layers to keep you going back for more.
Try these delicious brownies that substitute plain flour for rye flour, bringing a nutty flavour and a delicious chocolate bitterness.
True to its name, this pave is rich and velvety. The best part? You don't have to hunt down any exotic ingredients, and you can make it ahead of time.
True pasta lovers will appreciate a sweet version of the Italian flour staple. This one by Canberra's Italian & Sons, fried until crisp around the edges, is a...
This dish became my signature dessert when I was at Lotus and it had a loyal and devoted following. At the time, everyone in Sydney was trying really hard to do...