In our latest Make It with Hamilton Beach episode, host @MirandaMalisani, paired up with pro sports broadcaster and amateur baker @tvnatasha, shows us her recipe for a delicious Chocolate Chaga Pie. Not only is this dessert extremely decedent, but you won’t believe some of the good-for-you ingredients Miranda has mixed in using our Multi-Function Blender. Watch the full recipe video then make it at home!
Looking for a sweet treat that won’t make you feel guilty? In Episode 8 of our Make It with Hamilton Beach series, host Miranda Malisani shows us how to create crunchy and delicious popcorn chocolate bars using the Hot Air Popcorn Popper.
Using sunflower seed or pumpkin seed butter also makes them school safe!
Watch step-by-step as Miranda demonstrates how to make it with Hamilton Beach in your kitchen by watching the video and check out the recipe details below.
If you want to do something memorable for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day, but want to avoid the crowds and overpriced menus, consider making a romantic dinner for two at home with a special chocolate dessert. Fondue is a fun, whimsical dessert that is perfect for an intimate dinner because it can be prepared in advance and kept warm while you eat.
If you don’t have a fancy fondue set, you can still enjoy this decadent dessert using a small slow cooker. Dip your fruit or pound cake right into the slow cooker or scoop the chocolate mixture into a bowl and surround it with assorted dippers like strawberries, pineapple, banana, angel food or pound cake, pretzels, marshmallows or cookies. Don’t forget to share! Fondue is the perfect dessert for trading sweet bites with your Valentine.
My game plan going into the holiday season always includes two things. 1. Do as much shopping as I can online. And 2. Make homemade gifts. Clicking a button takes a little bit (OK, a lot) of the fun out of gift-giving and holiday shopping. I fill that void by setting aside time to make some of my gifts. Whether it be having a craft night to make homemade gift bags or spending the day in the kitchen making edible presents (the best kind of presents).
This cranberry almond salted chocolate bark is an easy recipe to whip up and hand out to neighbors, coworkers, or friends. I topped my bark with dried cranberries and almonds, but pistachios would be a nice addition (keep the red and green theme going), or keep it nut-free and add other dried fruits like apricots, or even candied ginger.
Bag the bark in cellophane gift bags and tie with festive ribbon and holly or pack it into holiday tins that the lucky recipient can reuse at their next cookie exchange.
Give a gift made with love this holiday season. Find the recipe for our holiday bark below and head to the kitchen.
If you’re on Pinterest in September or October, it’s likely you’ll come across a few hundred Halloween recipes. While there are a variety of creepy, crawly treats to make for your kids or Halloween party guests, you can’t go wrong with a festive Halloween brownie. Add these black and orange cheesecake brownies to your spread along with other Halloween party recipes like graveyard dip and jack-o-lantern stuffed peppers.
Cheesecake brownies are the best of both worlds. The sinfully rich chocolate brownie (dyed black, of course) on the bottom will satisfy any chocolate-lover’s sweet tooth this Halloween. The silky cheesecake top layer (dyed bright orange with food coloring) completes this Halloween dessert. It’s far better than any candy bar the kid’s bring home from trick-or-treating, trust us.
Make sure your Halloween party is heavy on the treats and not the tricks this Halloween and make homemade cheesecake brownies for the hungry ghouls and goblins at your house.