Spicy Chocolate Breadsticks Quick and easy recipe – Gordon Ramsay’s version

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Spicy Chocolate Breadsticks: Don't know which dessert to prepare on Valentine's Day? A very fast dessert with few ingredients and that is ready in less than 4 minutes, these breadsticks are perfect, with an extra touch: chilli chocolate … even aphrodisiacs!


  • breadsticks
  • 150 gr of chocolate (I used the dark)
  • red sugar sprinkles
  • the tip of a teaspoon of chili powder


How to prepare spicy chocolate breadsticks VIDEO

  1. Let's put the chocolate chopped in a glass bowl, melt the chocolate in a bain-marie or in the microwave.
  2. We add the tip of a teaspoon of to the melted chocolate chilli powder and we mix.
  3. Pour the chocolate into a tall glass and let it cool a little for 3-4 minutes.
  4. Dip half the breadstick in the melted chocolate, let it dry for a few moments and pass it in a saucer containing the red sugar sprinkles (as in the video above).
  5. We put the prepared breadsticks in a jar or in a nice glass and serve.

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💞 Sweet ravioli with ricotta and chocolate chips
💞Tortini with a warm heart

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Happy Saint Valentine's!


Roll of Gluten Free Chocolate Biscuits with Mascarpone Cream – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Roll of Gluten Free Chocolate Biscuits with Mascarpone Cream

Family hello, today we are making a delicious gluten-free roll of biscuits with mascarpone cream and chocolate, very easy, without cooking and with few ingredients!

It is the classic dessert that allows you to please a celiac (and not only!) Who loves chocolate, even if you are not at all expert with a simple packet of gluten-free cookies. versatile dessert and good for everyone.

Proceed in steps of 30 seconds at 600 w and turn often, since the heat with microwave cooking develops inside.

Do not leave residues around the bowl, otherwise the small quantities will burn first … you can leave them on the spatula which you will clean thoroughly in the last step thanks to the residual heat.

To get a filling only with mascarpone cheese, homogeneous and creamy, a spatula or a whisk may be enough to soften it … if you want to flavor, add a liquid or coffee flavoring, but be careful not to overdo it!
If you put too much, as there are no emulsifiers during the rest, the liquid could separate from the cream, compromising the result.

To close the roll, parchment paper is your ally!

If you are short on time, you can replace the two-hour rest in the fridge with 30 minutes in the freezer!

the original recipe step by step (Chocolate kisses) – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Baci di Alassio - Baci di Alassio Recipe

THE Kisses of Alassio (Kisses of the Riviera) are gods treats chocolate delicious; typical of Ligurian pastry, especially the city of Alassio, from which they take their name! TO difference of Piedmontese Baci di dama, are made with a mixture based on egg whites, sugar, cocoa, hazelnuts, honey from which gods are derived shells, with the help of a sac à poche; that once baked in the oven, become the two halves from stuff with dark ganache, which gives life to typical kiss of Alassio! A unique delicacy: from semi soft texture, to crunchy strokes, caramelized from intense taste of chocolate!

Baci di Alassio - Baci di Alassio Recipe

Like any traditional recipe, they exist numerous versions and many small variations. What I give you today is there Original recipe of Baci di Alassio, given to me by a friend of Nervi. It is a preparation very easy! The dough it is done in a few minutes, gently mixing all the ingredients, from which you will get one soft base which goes into a pastry bag. According to tradition, one should be used star striped nozzle to make the shells. But depending on availability, you can also choose a nozzle smooth from which to derive of the tufts. It will be very simple and they go straight to cooking! You can also choose to stuff them and assemble them later! Perfect for tea time, one snack delicious, as a post dinner dessert! but also from to serve is give away for Valentine's Day, Christmas, special occasions! Try them and love them!

Discover also:

I Baci perugina (the very famous chocolates, homemade like the ones bought!)

Baci di Alessio recipe


Preparation Cooking Total


Quantity for 250 gr of product
  • 250 gr of hazelnuts to be reduced to powder
  • 200 grams of sugar
  • 25 gr of bitter cocoa
  • 2 egg whites
  • 20 gr of honey
  • 70 gr of dark chocolate + 50 ml of fresh liquid cream (for the filling)


How to make the Baci di Alassio

First of all, pulverize the hazelnuts with the help of a mixer together with the sugar.

Then add the cocoa, mix with a wooden spatula.

Finally add the honey, mixing it with the mixture.

Finally, add the egg whites previously whipped with a pinch of salt, mixing the mixture with a spatula from bottom to top.

You will get a soft compound. Place it in a piping bag with a 1 cm star or round nozzle.

Then make 1 cm tufts on a baking sheet previously lined with parchment paper at a short distance from each other

how to make the Baci di Alassio

Bake in the oven at 180 ° in the central part for about 12 – 14 minutes, until your shells are cooked.

Remove from the oven, transfer to a wire rack and let cool completely.

Meanwhile, bring the cream to a boil for 1 minute, remove from the heat, add the dark chocolate reduced into flakes, turn and let it melt completely.

Finally let it cool to room temperature. When used it must be creamy, neither solid nor liquid. If you want to compose the kisses immediately, make the filling at the beginning of the preparation.

Add a sprig of ganache on the base of a half shell, close with another half:

stuff the kisses of Alassio

Make all yours in this way Kisses of Alassio!

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They can be kept at room temperature for 1 day, then better place them in the fridge. However, serve at room temperature!


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