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Face SandwichesThese super fun face sandwiches are made with healthy components like almond butter, hummus, and homemade hazelnut spread! Not only are they delicious, they're fun to make and look at!
Limoncello TiramisuNot only is this limoncello tiramisu delicious, but you can make it in any size dish you choose! This recipe is incredibly flexible in that you can make a small dish or a large one for a party. We recommend large, since the more of this recipe, the better! Recipe from the executive chef of Al Vicoletto in NYC.
Molten Chocolate Olive Oil CakesOur molten chocolate olive oil cakes are not only easy to put together but incredibly tasty and filled with chocolate! Enjoy topped with raspberries or ice cream.
Chocolate Banana TrifleThis chocolate banana trifle will become the highlight of any party of special occasion you make it for thanks to Perugina dark and bittersweet chocolate.
Classic TiramisuSometimes, you just need to sit down in front of a dessert like classic tiramisu and enjoy every single bite. It's a classic for a reason, right?
Muscle Motivating Choco-Beet BlendBeets contain nitrates, which are converted into nitric oxide in your body. Nitric oxide relaxes and dilates your blood vessels, improving blood flow and lowering blood pressure, which may enhance your tolerance to high-intensity exercise. Combine with a touch of unsweetened cocoa powder, this smoothie will feel more like dessert than anything else!
Chocolate Beet Cake with Pink Sea SaltFrom our winter Olive Oil Guide, sweet roasted beets are used as a base for this incredibly rich and moist chocolate cake. Plus, it's gluten-free! You won't even know the secret ingredient is beet!
Eggplant CaponataSweet, savory, smokey, and all vegetable (well, mostly), this sicilian dish can be scooped onto plates or crostini as a side, mixed into pastas as a sauce or even used as a pizza topping alongside some smoked mozzarella. Roast the eggplant to assure a heart-healthy serving.
Eggplant Caponata PizzaSweet, savory, smokey, and all vegetable (well, mostly), this Sicilian dish can be scooped onto plates or crostini as a side, mixed into pastas as a sauce or even used as a pizza topping alongside some smoked mozzarella. Roast the eggplant to assure a heart-healthy serving.
Grilled Fruit PizzaStep out of your grilling comfort zone and make a unique spiced fruit pizza with a chocolate-tomato sauce. It's a perfect ending for a hot summer barbecue with it's sweet ripe mangoes and pineapple. Plus, your guests will love the unique twist on a traditional pizza!
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