With Christmas just around the corner, gift ideas are on everyone’s mind. Continue reading “How To: the perfect handmade Christmas gift”
Almost everyone loves Tiramisu so this easy to prepare Truffle recipe is a hit both from simplicity to prepare through to a flavour that will most definitely delight! As with all chocolate desserts like brownies, the quality of the ingredients is everything. Always use the best chocolate you can – here at Dello Mano we always use Belgian Chocolate. We made the decision to use … Continue reading Tiramisu Truffles Recipe
We launched our Peanut Butter Luxury Brownies back in 2010 so we know just how tempting peanut butter and chocolate are for many of us. Given the huge popularity of Peanut butter so we thought we’d build on the Peanut Butter heaven concept by making this delicious and really simple recipe Peanut Butter Truffles we found scouring the internet. Peanut Butter Truffles Ingredients 1 … Continue reading Peanut Butter Truffles
A delicious 6 layer caramel cake is perfect in this kind of weather. Here at Dello Mano we’re celebrating Caramel week so, how better to enjoy it than in 6 layers! We made this one at home last weekend and successfully getting us into the caramel zone.
Each layer is a delicious moist cake, not as dense as brownie but rather fudgy – cakey if that makes sense? The caramel we made was a lovely creamy version and I think totally up to you in terms of which recipe you use to prepare. The important part is just making sure the caramel consistency is enough to hold it firm between layers but just viscous enough to allow it to ooze when the cake is cut. We all need that little bit of theater at the cutting of an impressive layer cake 🙂 We finished the cake off with a little rock salt just to add a little spark in contrast to the overall caramel sweetness.
I once saw stand up comedienne Fiona O’Loughlin jokingly tell the story of being at home while her kids and husband were at school and work. In order to appear like she’d been busy all day, she told us that at 4pm in the afternoon she’d throw onions on a pan. She assured us all that this act would 1. have everyone assume that she’d been very busy all day and 2. that the aroma of cooked onions was so comforting that everyone was automatically calmed. I figured all jokes aside, with 5 kids she’d know how to calm a house!
We bake most weekends and this past weekend was no exception. With winter theoretically on our door step ( in theory, I say because the days here in Brisbane at this time of the year really are glorious!) it seemed only fitting to bake ourselves a triple layer treat. The layers in these Double Chocolate Pecan Fudge Squares do take a little more time however the result is well … Continue reading Recipe : Double Chocolate Pecan Fudge Squares