Create your own holiday chocolate board with these easy tips from Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV
Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV shares some fun ways to create your own chocolate boards at home. Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV shares some seasonal chocolate boards for a holiday spread. Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV shares some seasonal chocolate boards for a holiday spread. Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV features a holiday gift box from a local chocolate company. (valid only on December 12, 2020)Here’s a great gift idea for the hot chocolate fans - Hugo’s Hot Chocolate Gift Set Up.
Ever had a chimney cake? This delicious Houston area treat dates back to the late 1700s
When you hear the name Count Dracula, you might immediately think of the legendary tale from Transylvania. Although Dracula was a fictionary character, Transylvania happens to be the same region where Kürtőskalács, also known as chimney cakes, originated from.
7 Independence Day dessert confections you can get in Houston that feel like freedom
Although the year wasnt what we had expected, it doesnt mean we cant celebrate our countrys Independence Day. Whether youre watching a virtual fireworks display or making hotdog burgers (yes, this is a thing and it has a great taste) at home, why not treat yourself to some Independence Day themed desserts. Here are seven Independence Day dessert confections you can get in the Houston area. Address: 3600 Kirby Dr., Houston, TX 77098Website: dessertgallery.comPhone: (713) 522-9999Aqua SHow to order: Only available July 1 - July 15. Address: 9889 Bellaire Blvd D232, Houston, TX 77036More Info: aquas.us.comPhone: (281) 501-3220WonderWaffleWhy wait...?!?!
Houstonians say these 11 places serve the best chocolate eclairs in the area
HOUSTON – Chocolate eclairs, a delectable sweet originated in France is popular among Houstonians. The oblong-shaped pastry was first invented in the 1860s and made their way to the U.S. and Canada soon after. In honor of National Chocolate Eclair Day, we asked our KPRC 2 Facebook and Instagram followers which places serve the best chocolate eclairs in Houston. Here’s what they recommended:Ooh La La Dessert Boutique (Multiple locations)Shipley’s Do-Nuts (Multiple locations)Three Brothers Bakery (Multiple locations)Kenny and Ziggy’s Delicatessen (2327 Post Oak, Houston)Moeller’s (4201 Bellaire, Houston)House of Pies (Multiple locations)La Madeleine French Cafe & Bakery (Multiple locations)Croissant-Brioche (2435 Rice, Houston)French Gourmet Bakery (2250 Westheimer, Houston)Phoenicia Greek Market (Multiple locations)H-E-B Central Market (3815 Westheimer, Houston)Did we miss any recommendations? Let us know in the comments below and we will add them to the list!
Texas wine and food expert shares 3 easy treats to make at home this Easter
HOUSTON – Tanji Patton of “Goodtaste with Tanji” shares 3 easy recipes to try this Easter holiday, from Peanut Butter Cup Brownies to Confetti Popcorn and a Prosecco Sherbet drink. All of the recipes are easy to make and easy to enjoy with the family at home. Peanut Butter Cup BrowniesTanji Patton shares her secret to dressing up box brownie mix with peanut butter cups. In a large bowl, prepare the brownie mix according to package instructions. Arrange 9 of the peanut butter cups in the pan, then cut the remaining 3 in half and fit in along the edges.
Cereal lovers rejoice! Houstons first cereal bar is coming to Katy in June
Taste Buds Cereal Bar will have a soft grand opening on June 19 and will be the first cereal brick and mortar shop in Houston to satisfy those with a sweet tooth. During its soft grand opening, the cereal bar will feature a limited menu and its one-of-kind Taste Bud Creations. Taste Buds Cereal Bar will also be providing specials to graduates, students and teachers. The cereal bar will be operating daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and close on Sundays. For updates and more information about the cereal bar, you can visit their website here.