Recipes

Sherry’s Chocolate Pudding

Sherry wandered into the shop because she needed chocolate for her pudding. Something better than supermarket chips or baking chocolate; a real…

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Sherry’s Hot Fudge Sauce

Sherry strikes again! Hot fudge sauce can be a bit tricky, so our friend Sherry sent us this recipe from her July 4th experiments. Most recipes call…

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Laura’s Zen Brownies

Around 2009, your humble Dancing Lion Chocolate chocolatiers began experimenting with the high quality “couverture” chocolates that were becoming…

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Rich’s “Warm Milk Before Bed” Hot Cocoa

Every one knows a glass of warm milk eases the transition from vibrant day to deep sleep and fine dreams. A Winter evening's ritual; a glass of warm…

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Bones of the Dead Almond Cookies

Beans of the Dead, Bones of the Dead, it's a funny name but it's all in your head! A hundred times these gems I've baked, a hundred names for them…

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Chocolate Ganache Pumpkin Pie

The week before Thanksgiving, Cheryl and I found ourselves chatting about pies (of course). She thought it would be nice to spice up the traditional…

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White Chocolate Corn Pudding

Customer Laura S. contributed this recipe from a dish she made for Thanksgiving. The white chocolate adds creamy richness, resulting in a warming…

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Rachel’s Mayan Chocolate Pot Roast

Customer Rachel L. published this recipe for chocolate pot roast with our Mayan Drinking Chocolate on our Facebook page. It sounds heavenly and very…

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Sherry’s Chicken Chili with Chocolate

Knowing my penchant for wordplay, Sherry calls this Alliterative Chili. The addition of Dancing Lion Chocolate Mayan Heat Drinking Chocolate adds…

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Sherry’s Chocolate & Roasted Pear Scones

These are light, tender and full of the flavor of the pears and chocolate. I am not a big scone fan. Of course, most of the time, when I have had a…

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