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Chocolate Pots With Pistachio Shortbreads

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

by Adele


This week's recipe is for all you chocolate lovers out there!
It's heavenly, smooth, tastes divine & looks great served in espresso cups. It has never failed to impress friends when I've had them round for dinner. I've used this recipe... but halved the quatities.

Top tip...if you're short on time just make the chocolate pots & buy some Florentines/Petit Fours to serve with. The pots are easy to make & keep a few days in the fridge, not that you'll have any leftover!!!!!
Would love to know what you think x





 and now for the biscuits...






23 Lovely Comments:

Emma said...

Major Chocoholic here - this recipe looks delish & fab served in the cup! x

Sizzle and Zoom said...

This looks delicious but a little difficult for me. By the looks of things you look like you are a good cook.

letizia said...

I think you're a great cook! I like the picture but I couln't eat it since I'm lactosis intolerent , too bad for me !!
have a great day!

Fashion Cappuccino said...

I'm always craving chocolates and this is such a great recipe! I can't wait to make those cookies and dip in those chocolates! Yum! xoxoxoo

Samantha said...

Looks great, I'll have to try it! :o)

-Samantha

http://thisfashionista.blogspot.com

- The fashion calling - said...

MMmmmm, you make me hungry, it look so good!

http://thefashioncalling.blogspot.com/

Trendsetter said...

I will definitely try this one! Just a nice amount after a meal. Cheers.

Aprilia said...

Eeeek - this looks delicious! :D
Om nom nom, can never have enough chocolate!

xx

http://aprilialove.com

www.timetochange.over-blog.com said...

Oh la la...Such a fine post! Thanks for the great tip!!! I will try this WE!

le sorelle said...

Wow this looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for telling me about it! :)

-j
sorelle in style

Sherry said...

Holy deliciousness this looks amazing!!! Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog - I appreciate it so much! :)

http://sweetandsassy-sherry.blogspot.com/

Call me M said...

Wow they both look delicious. The chocolate seems really easy to make and I like that it doesn't seem to be too "liquid".
Thank you so much for commenting on my blog again! :)

Nothing Lasts Forever said...

This looks so delicious ! I always love your sweet comments !

Alicia said...

O o o I want to EAT these DELICIOUS looking cookies NOW!!! Will certainly try to make them, thanks for sharing dear!
Love,
Alicia Mi Mundo ❤

Xoxo ☺ said...

Those look great thanks for sharing recipe! xo

Metropolitana said...

Thanks for your comment ;D
I know that is in portuguese but on my sidebar you have an option to choose your language and read my posts in english ;D

Love your blog ;D

xo

The Dress Rules said...

Hi darling!!
thank you for visiting our blog... we like yours, so pretty!!kisses Silvia and Chiara

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Lucia.Q said...

This looks delicious! I will make them.

Raffaella said...

wow it's delicious!!! i absolutely have to try!!! thanks for visiting me...i'm following you!!! =D
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kristina@beancakes said...

oh my this looks good!!! ;0 i will have to try this sometime!!! happy wednesday to you!
xo ~ kristina

A. said...

Omgosh, these look so great! I will have to try it out:) You're very welcome, btw! Glad we were able to connect here on the blogosphere! -A

Blurbs.

tiny dancer said...

OMGGGG this looks amazing! I'm super hungry now :) Great post! yummmers

Tasia
http://rufflesandsequins.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

oh my Adele, what a great find this recipe is. Made them for an evening with friends, best desert ever. (although I did buy the Florentines!) My guests could not believe I made the choc pots, they believed I bought them from a fine food providore. yummo :)

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