Green & Black's present new and exciting recipe ideas for cakes, cookies, cupcakes and cheesecakes, tarts and souffles, puddings and pies.
We're tinkering around in the Green & Black's kitchen every day creating chocolatey treats; here are a few of our favourites for you to try at home.
We never run out of adjectives to describe this fast, easy, deliciously smooth treat that will impress with every taste.
A updated remake of a classic English staple. This flaky biscuit is smothered in a delicious coating of our milk and dark chocolate.
That chewy, gooey cookie from childhood could be yours again. And just think, in only an hour, you could be running your finger through the leftover batter.
Prepare your taste buds for a square of this rich, tart dessert. Take a tin to work to help you make new friends and get a promotion.
Get out the blowtorch. You don’t hear that very often when making dessert do you? But this is no ordinary dessert, it’s Meringue Pie.
Sorbet comes from the Italian word sorbire, which means to eat and drink at the same time. Sounds good to us.
Give your gingerbread a little treat. Or are you giving your chocolate a little zing? Either way, we think it’s a winning combination.
Try saying the name of this dessert five times fast. Now try it with a bite of this gooey masterpiece in your mouth.
Some call them an acquired taste, others say they’re a delicacy, we say anything dipped in chocolate is a winner.
Sharon from the office came up with this innovative twist on a savoury Indian classic: the somosa.
Micah Carr-Hill has the coveted job of chocolate taster at Green & Black’s and is the creative genius behind our products.
Two layers of cheese cake is always better than one, especially when the two layers are chocolate and fresh raspberries.
If you think the title of this amazing recipe is a mouthful, wait till you actually break off a square of this delicious brownie and taste it.
Based on the classic American peanut butter and jelly sandwich, this delicate treat will have guests on either side of the Atlantic smiling.
It may be hard to pronounce but this wonderfully messy puff pastry is so easy to love.
Top your blondie (a relative of the dark chocolate brownie) with ice cream, chocolate sauce and peanuts for a truly decadent dessert.
It may have a fancy name but this rich, creamy treat is easy to whip up and no one will ever guess just how effortless it was.
Natalie Seldon, from Estella Cupcakes, shares her quadruple-layered chocolate fudge cake recipe with the world. Thank you Natalie.