What’s February without a bit of chocolate? Settle in with your favorite tea or coffee and come with MMCW on a tour of staff and reader blogs. They have opened up their ‘online’ homes to us, sharing their favorite recipes and thoughts on chocolate.
As you visit with everyone, feel free to leave a comment. I know they will appreciate your thoughtfulness.
Dawn at Olive Plants is our first Chocolate Cafe’ Blog stop to sample her delicious Chocolate Napoleons a la Dawn. Looking for a quick and easy dessert to take to church, Dawn adapted a complicated recipe to receive 4 out of 5 stars from her family. You probably already have the ingredients on hand to make this one tonight!
Sampling Jan’s Mocha-Walnut Bars with Dark Chocolate Ganache over at A Tiny Little Ripple is our next stop. Jan’s bars have three distinct layers with gorgeous photos to take you step by step. It’s amazing what a simple refrigerated sugar cookie dough can be transformed into!
Could anything be better than a good Tiramisu? One with a twist of course! Molly at Counter Cultural Mom shows us what to do when we can’t find ladyfingers–just make Tiramisu Bread Pudding. Molly says her family now loves this version more than the original!
Renee at Add More Chocolate dedicated January and February to, you guessed it, chocolate. Her Texas-size family favorites: Best Brownies and Cowboy Cookies look marvelous. As an added bonus, check out her previous January and February posts for even more chocolate favorites!
We’ve come full circle. Back at MMCW you’ll find one of my favorite chocolate concoctions–Kisses Coffee Cake. You know any recipe using Hershey Kisses is a good and this one will not disappoint. In addition to Kisses Coffee Cake, check out MMCW’s many chocolate sweets in our Recipe Box. A few of my personal favorites are Loi’s Mississippi Mud Cake and Molly’s Peppermint Chocolate Pie.
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About Kellie Renfroe
Kellie and her husband Greg have been married 32 years and have four children ranging in age from 17 to 28. She co-founded Mentoring Moments for Christian Women in 2005. Kellie is a homeschooling mom who enjoys reading, studying the Bible, writing, photography, and learning how to cook.
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