There are just some splurges in life that you can’t refuse, these delicious pecan bars absolutely fall into that category. Crunchy, sweet, gooey, chocolaty all in a small bite that fits in the palm of your hand for the briefest moment as it gets swiftly carried to your mouth. Perfect for a large group and a great option when a pecan pie is just not enough!
Desserts & Sweets
We made this chocolate for our Cinco de Mayo party and it was such a big hit that we will keep it as a regular item on our dessert menu. The light and dark chocolate with the cinnamon and spice offer a perfect balance of sweet and spicy…we recommend a bit more cayenne if you like it spicy.
Lemon and thyme work so beautifully together in the savory and surprisingly well in these sweet shortbread like bars. Herbaceous, zesty and a wonderfully perfect place to pair our favorite citrus and herb. Serve alone or cut into triangles and pair with our Meyer Lemon Mousse.
Colorful and fun these sweet treats offer a delicious surprize in every bite. A platter of Strawberry Kabobs make an impressive, light dessert presentation for a dinner party. Crushed toasted nuts or sweetened coconut flakes may be added on top of drizzled chocolate prior to placing in fridge.
Super easy and delicious and a wonderful way to use left over chocolate, nuts and dried fruits. Enjoy combining different ingredients to create your own bark. These treats also make wonderful gifts wrapped in cellophane bags with bows. Be creative, add anything you like, any kind of nut, candies, toffee, shredded coconut, etc.
Salty and sweet and delicious. Wonderful for Valentine’s or any sweet occasion. The way you create these is limited only by your imagination. Have fun trying different colors and toppings. Happy Valentine’s Day-Enjoy! These treats can be made a day ahead. We made pink chocolate for Valentine’s Day, but any color can be used. Once dipped in chocolate, marshmallows can also be rolled in chopped nuts, toffee
A quick and easy dessert; the perfect ending to any any meal. The raspberries add a burst of flavor and the chocolate melts in your mouth. You can use a double boiler if you don’t have a microwave. If you have any left over chocolate, throw in some roasted salted nuts to create additional clusters following the steps above.
These salty, crunchy delights are a wonderful to serve during the holiday season. We love these at the end of a holiday meal with our mini Peppermint-Tini. Can also be made using large pretzel rods, simply melt chocolate in narrow container to accommodate the rods. Place crushed peppermint on a plate, roll the rod in peppermint after most of chocolate has dripped off. Then place on parchment lined cookie sheet, same as above.