These chocolate cheesecake cups, topped with raspberries, make one of the world’s most popular desserts one of the easiest. With a ramekin and 15 minutes to spare, you've got a tasty cheesecake dessert! Cook Time: 5 min
Prep Time: 10 min (+ chill time)
Harness the power of chia seeds while treating yourself to chocolate for breakfast! This rich and creamy pudding tastes like a decadent dessert, yet it's packed with protein, fiber, calcium, and omega-3 fatty acids. Cook Time: N/A
Prep Time: 5 min (+ chill time)
Reach for this quick and easy recipe when you're craving something sweet and salty. Pistachios bring some nutty depth to the luscious combination of dried raspberries, coconut, and chocolate, while crushed graham crackers add an extra layer of crunch. Cook Time: 2 min
Prep Time: 5 min (plus chill time)
Have a single sister who's in need of some TLC (tender loving cocktails)? Better yet, do you have a bunch of besties who are in need of a tipsy afternoon away from the kids and the guy? It's not too late to invite them to indulge in some boozy beverages and companionship with you on Thursday. Why Thursday? Because it's GALENTINE'S DAY!
Valentine's Day is sent from the heavens. Oh, not for the romance - we all know how tired you can be by 6 when work is over and the kids and the dog and on and on. Nope. If you've got kids, Valentine’s Day is for crafts and confections. It’s for hours at the art table and in the kitchen, with scissors and paper, sequins and glitter, and gobs of chocolate and sprinkles. Winters like this, you make paper Valentines and sugary goods for last year’s teacher and third cousins.
Valentine’s Day is notoriously fraught. If you don’t have a date, it’s about finding one fast. (Or talking about the meaninglessness of holidays.) If you’ve been together three months or less, it’s about whether you’ll do Valentine’s Day together at all. Six months or less, and it’s where you’re going. Then up to a year, and you’re looking at a tasting menu. Engaged, and you’d better make sure it’s something big.
This light, crisp cocktail is a beer lover's take on the traditional mimosa. Wheat ale mellows the sweetness of the blood orange juice and cuts through the dryness of the Prosecco to create a balanced, complex libation that both men and women will love. Cook Time: N/A
Prep Time: 3 min
These decadent truffles prove that fancy food doesn't have to be difficult. There’s no beating this no-bake recipe, which you can customize by adding your choice of liqueur and garnish. Cook Time: 2 min
Prep Time: 15 min (plus chill time)