I have no complaints with this decorative dessert…who would?! It’s triple the chocolate for Fig Tree’s Bouche de Noel, or “yule log.” Savory powdered sugar sprinkled across whipped layers of moist Genoise cake, filled with rich chocolate mousse and a butter cream icing to top it all off.
I discovered this delightful dessert recently while visiting Provence. I was so taken with the dessert that the chef who didn’t speak a word of English, actually took me into his kitchen and made it right in front of me. I took copious notes and photos.
You will find this recipe to be an easy and delicious alternative to Tiramisu. Your friends and family will be impressed – and think you put a lot more work into it!
I love recipes that happen in the same pan-makes for easy clean up! This dish is incredible.
Heavenly. That’s the only word to describe these chocolates! Jamie at “Choicolate” on Sonterra agreed to share this incredible recipe for Ginger Cinnamon Truffles…YUM!
Diets be banned! This eggnog is dessert in a glass. It is velvety, rich and impossible to put down. In fact, I think I’ll have another!
What a heavenly breakfast! With fresh fruit and toasty pecans…you will love this french toast! Many thanks to the Westin La Cantera for sharing the recipe. Combine heavy cream, eggs, granulated sugar, Myers Rum, & Cavosier with the seeds of the Tahitian vanilla bean in an oversized container creating the batter. Wisk until completely combined […]