Known as mendiants in France, these adorned chocolate bites are a holiday tradition.
If you don’t like hazelnuts, try this autumnal treat with coconut flakes, pecans, walnuts, or peanuts—or simply leave them out.
Salt and bittersweet chocolate lend a savory, sophisticated edge to this typically saccharine-sweet dessert.
Here, a coarse sea salt like fleur de sel or sel gris plays a few important roles: It tempers and cuts the richness of the nuts and butter, it adds a concentrated crunch—and it makes the brittle look divine.
Love to eat Good and Plenties? These licoricey meringues from our chefs are for you.
This is seriously addictive—salty, sweet, and crunchy at the same time. Just try!