By Leigh O'Connor.
Are you a starter or a dessert person? If you fall into the latter category, you are going to love National Dessert Day on Thursday, October 14.
This day provides the perfect excuse to let your sweet tooth take over – you can indulge in as many desserts as you like, without judgment.
‘Let them eat cake!’ This popular French saying holds true especially on Thursday, when calories don’t count – cash in those kale salad points and reward yourself with a dessert to remember like this decadent chocolate cake by Australia’s Queen of Chocolate, Kirsten Tibballs - founder of Savour Chocolate & Patisserie School in Melbourne.
Simple and delicious, this rich chocolate cake is perfect served as an afternoon tea treat, or a dessert with some fresh berries and drizzled cream.
For those still in lockdown, former MasterChef guru Kirsten offers online cooking classes on her website; the only cooking school in Australia that is solely dedicated to teaching the art of chocolate and patisserie, there are more than 350 online classes catering to all levels of experience.
Now out of lockdown Sydneysiders seeking premium, handmade macarons, cakes and specialty treats, head along Cleveland Street in Surry Hills to find MakMak. Founder Carlos Heng first started making macarons at home more than a decade ago – his now perfected recipe produces a unique texture and flavour, made using the highest quality ingredients such as Callebaut chocolate, Maldon sea salt and Bombay Sapphire gin.
To celebrate freedom and desserts, MakMak has a special offer for one day on Thursday…get 15% off all products by entering the promo code ‘NDDAGFG’ at the checkout. Conditions apply – minimum $50 purchase amount, promotion ends at 11.59pm on October 14, 2021.
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