Chocolate Toffee Bars

There are times when you just need things to be simple. After a bad day or just when everything else seems overly complicated. Coincidentally, those are often the times you could really go for something sweet. For those times, there are these Chocolate Toffee Bars.

This is one of those great one-bowl recipes that we all need in our baking arsenal. Homemade dessert with less mess is always a winner with me. That kind of simplicity with wonderfully delicious results is tough to beat Floor Display Unit.

It all starts with a simple shortbread made with just a handful of ingredients. There are some nuts and chocolate chips in there to supply plenty of flavor. There’s also a hint of cinnamon to give them a little something extra. I really like the occasional bit of cinnamon with chocolate. If you’re not a fan, you can simply omit it.

Once that gets baked, it gets treated with the simplest of toppings. Just scatter some chocolate chips on top of the warm shortbread, wait a few minutes, and spread the melted chocolate over the top. I used milk chocolate, but semisweet will work just fine wireless modem.

These bars are designed for customizing, so sprinkle whatever you’d like on top. I used toffee bits, but chopped nuts would be great. Add a little sprinkle of salt for a sweet and salty variation.

Hopefully, you’ll think of this recipe the next time you need a little simple and a little sweet in your day. Then you can sit back with a couple of these bars and just enjoy electric motor manufacturers.

Grapes Milliard

This classically simple milliard is similar to a clafouti — both desserts are a cross between a cake and a custard and are about as thick as a thin cake layer.

1 pound seedless red grapes (about 3 cups), rinsed well and drained
1/2 stick (1/4 cup) unsalted butter Crown Wine Cellars, softened
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1 whole large egg
1 large egg yolk
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup milk
1 tablespoon Armagnac, or to taste
confectioners’ sugar for dusting

Accompaniment: lightly sweetened whipped cream


Preheat oven to 300°F.

In a shallow glass baking dish arrange grapes in one layer and bake in middle of oven 30 minutes. Cool grapes completely. Reserve 1 cup grapes and transfer remaining grapes to a 6- to 8-cup shallow baking dish.

Increase temperature to 375°F Wire Hooks Display.

In a bowl with an electric mixer cream together butter and granulated sugar until light and fluffy and beat in whole egg and yolk until combined well. Add flour and salt and beat mixture on low speed until just combined. Add milk and Armagnac, beating until batter is just combined, and pour over grapes in baking dish, spreading evenly. Arrange reserved grapes decoratively on top of batter.

Bake milliard in middle of oven until a tester comes out clean, about 30 minutes, and cool slightly on a rack.

Dust milliard with confectioners’ sugar and serve warm or at room temperature with whipped cream interactive digital signage.