Chocolate Orange Bliss Balls …

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  Chocolate and orange are a classic flavour combination and these Chocolate Jaffa Balls are not only easy to make but also quite healthy.  I usually make and freeze a few varieties of Bliss Balls at Christmas time and keep some frozen.  They are a great addition to a cheese platter and the perfect treat if friends drop by unexpectedly.  Enjoy! Chocolate Orange Bliss Balls ...   Print Ingredients ... ½ cup rolled oats 1 cup almond meal ½ cup desiccated coconut 3 tablespoons raw cacao (or substitute with cocoa) ⅓ cup orange juice 1 ½ tablespoons … read more

Halloween Bark … a fun, spooky treat!


  If you’re searching for a simple, fun, no-bake recipe for Halloween, look no further, because Halloween Bark is as quick and simple as it gets.  Simply melt some chocolate either in a bowl over some boiling water, in a double boiler or in the microwave, spread it on some baking paper on a tray and then add some lollies or other sweet treats.  And that truly is the beauty of making something like this … you can add whatever you like! For my Halloween Bark I added orange, green and yellow M & M’s, Chicos, Kit Kat Bars, Chocolate Bullets, small Fruity Jubes but … read more

Chocolate Fudge Mud Cake …


  I’ve tried for a while to find the perfect Chocolate Mud Cake recipe but couldn't find one I was happy with.  I’d get excited with each new attempt but was never overly thrilled with the result.  Not only that, but I’ve had some epic fails in the process.  So, what’s a girl to do when she can’t find the perfect recipe … create her own!   I’ve played with this recipe for the last month or so, tweeking it with each attempt and am pleased to report success!  Delicious, decadent, delectable and delightful are just some of the adjectives that hubby’s used and he even … read more

Malteser Muffins …

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  What do you get when you combine your favourite chocolate muffin recipe with yummy crushed Maltesers … Malteser Muffins, of course!  But be warned, if you don’t get these into the freezer quickly once they’re out of the oven and cooled, they could just disappear before your very eyes!  Enjoy!   Malteser Muffins …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Serves: 12 Ingredients ... 2 cups self-raising flour ⅓ cup cocoa ⅓ cup castor sugar 1 ½ cups maltesers, roughly chopped ½ cup butter, melted 1 cup milk 2 eggs Method ... Preheat oven to 190C … read more

Chocolate Self-Saucing Pudding … it’s Wickedly Good!

Chocolate Self-Saucing Pudding

  I have to admit, I’m not a huge dessert eater. I mean don’t get me wrong, I loooove dessert but unfortunately my hips don’t, if you know what I mean … so I do try to avoid it. But if I am feeling like something sweet, a dessert like this Chocolate Self-Saucing Pudding usually proves too hard for me to resist. Sweet, delicious, gooey, decadent and oh so simple to make … what’s not to love!   Chocolate Self-Saucing Pudding … it's Wickedly Good!   Print Cook time 40 mins Total time 40 mins   Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... 1 cup … read more

“Be My Valentine” Coconut Rough Chocolates …

Be My Valentine Coconut Rough Chocolates 001

  Golden Rough chocolates by Nestle always take me back to my childhood. I was born in Sydney but moved to Evans Heads in northern New South Wales in my primary school years, living there for around 4 years. For those who don’t know Evans Heads, it was a sleepy seaside town that came to life every holidays as the caravan park overflowed with visitors from all over the place looking for an idyllic summer of swimming, sand and sun. It was a great place to grow up and I have wonderful, fond memories of living there. One of my favourite memories is walking home from … read more

One Bowl Choc-Orange Cake …


  Absolute simplicity is all that’s needed to describe this Choc-Orange Cake. Measure out the ingredients and throw them all in together in one bowl, it can’t get much easier … it also makes washing up a breeze. I love the hint of orange that gives this cake a beautiful citrusy flavour. Here are a couple of tips to ensure you have success with this recipe:   Make sure you line both the base and sides of the cake tin to prevent the sides and top of the cake from drying out.   If possible, use a light coloured cake tin rather than a dark/black one. Dark coloured … read more

Dark Chocolate and Orange Muffins …

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  If rich and decadent is your thing, then these Dark Chocolate and Orange Muffins should satisfy even the worst cravings. These muffins will freeze beautifully … enjoy!       Dark Chocolate and Orange Muffins …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... 2 cups self-raising flour ½ cup cocoa powder ¾ cup castor sugar 1 cup light sour cream 2 eggs 2 tablespoons orange zest 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ½ cup vegetable oil ¼ cup orange juice, freshly squeezed ¾ cup dark chocolate chips Method ... Preheat oven to 180C (fan forced) and line … read more

Slow Cooker Chocolate Christmas Pudding …

Slow Cooker Chocolate Christmas Pudding

  As long as I can remember, our family has always served a traditional Christmas Pudding on Christmas Day. It’s such a tradition that we even get together, about 6 weeks before Christmas, to make our puddings in cloths using a fourth-generation recipe that our kids are now learning. After the puddings are prepared and cooked, they’re hung in the garage so the flavour can really develop, you can read more about that here.   Sadly though, the traditional Christmas Pudding doesn’t appeal to everyone and most kids will usually turn their noses up when it’s served. … read more

Choc-Peanut Brownie Biscuits …

Choc-Peanut Brownie Biscuits

  If you love brownies, you’re going to fall in love with these biscuits … it truly will be a case of love at first sight … or should I say, love at first bite!   These Choc-Peanut Brownie Biscuits are rich, chewy and scrumptious. Unfortunately, they won’t be suitable for school lunchboxes if your school has a “No Nut” Policy but that’s perfectly okay because it simply means there’ll be more for you. So pour yourself a drink, put up your feet and munch on one (or maybe five)!   Choc-Peanut Brownie Biscuits …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Serves: 30 … read more

Mars Bar Slice …

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  I have a terrible sweet tooth that I regularly do battle with and probably the sugary treat that will tempt me most is chocolate.  I totally lack willpower when I'm around chocolate.  I, therefore, figured out long ago that total deprivation would never work and so, rather than totally denying myself chocolate, I instead work on controlling the amount I eat.  It's been a fairly successful approach, so my tip when making treats like this delicious Mars Bar Slice is to reserve it for special occasions only like birthday parties or family get-togethers and to then cut … read more

Chocolate Brownies …

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  Chocolate Brownies are a delicious, decadent treat.  This is a fairly simple recipe that will create a gooey Chocolate Brownie that’s just perfect … so if you’ve struggled to find the perfect Brownie recipe … look no further!  Eat on it’s own or serve it with some raspberries and ice cream for a dessert that’s sure to impress.       Chocolate Brownies …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... ⅔ cup plain flour ½ cup cocoa ¼ teaspoon baking powder ½ cup melted butter 100g good quality dark chocolate (I used Plaistowe by Nestle) … read more

Easy Peasy Chocolate Cake …

Easy Peasy Chocolate Cake … The only Recipe you’ll Ever Need 001

  This is one of Mum’s recipes and my favourite chocolate cake in the whole wide world. It’s soooo easy to make because everything just gets thrown into a single bowl and whisked … no fancy ingredients, no electric mixers and very little mess … love it!  And the result is a delicious, light, fluffy cake with just the right amount of chocolate.   This little delight takes about 10 minutes to throw together, so next time someone calls and says they’re coming for a surprise visit, here’s the answer to your prayers.   And if you want to feel a little less guilty, … read more

Chocolate, Coconut and Banana Muffins …

Chocolate, Coconut and Banana Muffins

  This is a great muffin recipe and ticks all the boxes … easy to make, freezer-friendly, delicious, moist and chocolate! I also love this recipe because it makes two dozen muffins and that’s a great time saver. Enjoy!   Chocolate, Coconut and Banana Muffins …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Serves: 24 Ingredients ... 2 ½ cups self-raising flour ¾ cup desiccated coconut 1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed ⅓ cup raw cacao (or substitute with cocoa powder) ½ teaspoon cinnamon 2 eggs, lightly beaten ½ cup milk ½ cup vegetable oil 2 teaspoons vanilla … read more

Chocolate Mousse …

Chocolate Mousse

  If you’re a chocolate lover, then you’re going to love this Chocolate Mousse. It’s quick and easy to make and the result is decadent, smooth and a velvety soft texture that is delightful to eat.   This is the perfect “make ahead of time” dessert which I often whip up the day before or on the morning I plan to serve it. Serve it in a small ramekin with some berries on top or my other suggestion is to serve a small amount of the mousse in a clear serving glass with loads of beautiful chopped fruit and a dollop of cream on the top … mmmm … yum!   Chocolate Mousse … read more