FOOD & NUTRITION
Make These Mouth-Watering Chocolate Recipes For Your Loved Ones This V-Day
Who needs flowers when you can have home-made gooey brownies?
Eli is a London-based food blogger and recipe developer with a passion for sharing her delicious healthy recipes. Eli created her blog during her first year at university when she was struggling with Crohn’s Disease while balancing a busy student life.
We asked Eli for her top chocolate recipes to make this Valentine's Day (and every other day of the year?).
Shake up your Valentine’s gift this year and treat a loved one to these PB&J cups, a match made in heaven encased in a dark chocolate shell. Choose a high-quality dark chocolate, at least 70% cocoa.
I normally use smooth natural peanut butter, but I’ve experimented with crunchy almond butter and even macadamia nut butter! I love using my homemade Raspberry Chia Jam in these but if you’re feeling lazy and would rather use store-bought jam, that’s absolutely fine too!
Ingredients (Makes 8)
They say the key to someone’s heart is through their stomach, so why not bake these chocolate hazelnut brownies for a loved one this Valentine’s Day? Each bite is perfectly fudgy yet flawlessly crisp on the outside, and they come generously studded with dark chocolate chips. They're practically fool-proof to make, requiring just one bowl and no fancy equipment. Who needs flowers when you can have brownies?! Gluten, dairy-free brownies!
Ingredients (Makes 16 Brownies)
Photo Credit: Taylor Kiser
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