This calls for a celebration. Pop the bubbly—or even better, fix yourself a Sparkling Dragon Fruit Margarita—and join us for a toast. Our blog turns 6 next month so of course we had to do something extra special for the occasion. On our official launch day—April 29th, 2015—we published two recipes: a zesty Penne with Zucchini and Lemon (still a favorite) and Triple Chocolate Fudge Brownies, a signature dessert that is famous among our circle of friends and family. Long before we started Husbands That Cook, we used to bring these glorious fudgy squares to every dinner party and birthday celebration, and they always stole the show, so it was clear that this beloved recipe had to appear first on our site. So in honor of our sixth blog birthday, we have a sweet surprise for you.
This post was created in partnership with Colavita. All opinions are our own.
If you like chocolate, coffee, and cake, today is your lucky day. And if you’ve never baked a cake before, let this easy one-bowl recipe be your first! Ryan made a similar cake in a kids cooking class when he was just 5 years old, so if that precocious kindergartener with baby blonde curls could pull it off, then you, too, will be able to impress your friends and family this holiday season with this decadent dessert. Rich, moist, and ultra-chocolatey, please welcome your new go-to chocolate cake recipe. We know what you were thinking when you saw the word “vegan” in the title—how can you bake a cake without eggs, butter, or milk? Sit back, relax, and we’ll let you in on a few of our secrets.
This post was created in partnership with Bob’s Red Mill. All opinions are our own.
No, that’s not a typo. This is not a test. You are not dreaming. Yes, that’s the number 4 before the word “ingredient,” and yes, this is all true. These simple and delicious cookies are comprised of just four ingredients, yet somehow in the oven they magically transform into irresistible fudge-like treats. Rich, chocolatey, and ultra-chewy, this quick and easy recipe is about to make somebody in your life very happy.
This post was created in partnership with California Avocados. All opinions are our own.
We all have food memories that make us smile. Maybe it’s a special cake that your grandmother prepared for every birthday, or the fall aromas of pies baking in the oven that fill the house during the holidays. Or perhaps it’s the entrée from a memorable romantic meal, and you can still picture the flickering candles glowing in the room. Everyone has special moments that we cherish because food is an expression of love. It brings people and families together and it’s a way for us to connect and learn about other cultures and unique flavors from all around the world. Since starting our blog in 2015, we have learned so much from our audience and the community, and it is truly inspiring to be a part of this creative space where we can all learn from each other, cook together, and drool over everyone’s photos on social media—even from opposite sides of the planet. We’re excited to share this recipe with you today: it’s cool, minty, chocolatey, and delicious, and the frosty emerald green color from the California avocados will look quite elegant in your hand at your next summer party.
Can you believe it? We are exactly two months away from the release of our first cookbook! On Tuesday, March 12, the Husbands That Cook book will be available everywhere, and today we’re throwing a party. We’re excited to announce that EVERYONE who preorders the book will receive two brand new, never-before-seen Husbands That Cook recipes that don’t appear in the book or on the blog! To receive this bonus gift, simply email a screenshot of your proof of purchase to us at husbandsthatcook at gmail dot com, and we will send you an exclusive ebook as a personal thank you! This promotion is open to everyone no matter where you live, and we can’t wait to show you what we’ve been cooking up behind the scenes!
Oh, and there’s more…