Chocolate Stout or Gunness Float

This remarkable velvety brew will make you dream of the return of St. Patrick’s Day, everyday! Creamy, sweet, chocolaty, semi-bitter edged, frothy, buttery…heaven! In the past, I have always used Guinness, but ever since discovering the “chocolate stout,” I have never looked back. Having said the latter, “both” ales are marvelous—especially in this delectable frothy […]

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Blueberry Oatmeal Smoothie — JennyBean_Love

Keeping it simple yet delicious, detox smoothies are one of the best detox drinks to add to your daily routine. To detox the body you need to fuel it with whole foods that will help purge itself, while not compromising your daily vitamins and minerals. Smoothies consist of the entire fruit or vegetable – skin […]…

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Homemade Pumpkin Spice Creamer!! — Come Cook With Me

So are you one of those people that CANNOT wait till fall hits so you can get your Pumpkin Spice Latte on!!😛 As you know most of the coffee shops only have this Pumpkin Spice Syrup during the fall and maybe into the winter??? I don’t know because I am not one of those people😛 […]…

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The Perfect Halloween Appetizers:

Originally posted on Anjalee Jadav:
Here we are again. It’s October and I have a great way to set the mood for Halloween.  I am going to give you recipe’s for the perfect party appetizers and drinks. So you can throw a Fabulous Halloween party. Read On! Jack-O-Lantern Dyed Deviled Eggs Boil and cool hard…

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New York Egg Cream from Scratch — artandkitchen

No egg, no alcohol for this foamy drink! An impressive and fancy preparation. I made my chocolate syrup at home and I suggest to adapt it to you taste. Feel free to try some variations: adding cinnamon, making a chocolate mocha syrup or what you fantasy suggests to you. Enjoy! via New York Egg Cream from…

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Cacao as Currency & An Aztec Hot Chocolate Recipe

As I write today’s entry, the early 70’s song “For the Love of Money” by the O’Jays rings loudly in my head. “Some people got to have it, Some people really need it” but where did it all begin? Chocolate history starts in Latin America, where cacao trees grow wild. The first people to use…

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Witches Brew; Give Us a Kiss My Lovely…

“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble…” One almost cackles with glee upon simply seeing this steamy Witch’s Brew–a sugar high in liquid form. It’s fun, rich, chocolaty and kissed with orange essence. Full of sweet, spooky love and it tastes amazing!Ingredients: 2 shots of hot espresso 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup 1…

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