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Chocolate pots de creme on Design*Sponge and links

POSTED ON December 6, 2014


If you didn’t see it already, Design*Sponge recently posted the chocolate pots de creme recipe from my book and a sneak peak of my kitchen. It is a true honor to be featured on such an incredible site, thank you so much Grace!

Below are some of the photos from Design*Sponge. Click here to see more and find the recipe.

Pots de creme photo by Johnny Miller.

Kitchen photos by Stephen Johnson




I have been overwhelmed by all the positive responses my book has received since it came out. I am deeply grateful to so many awesome bloggers for sharing recipes and for the love and support you’ve all shown through Instagram and email. It has meant so much to hear that my book has helped many of you make positive changes and inspired you to cook! Thank you so much for taking the time to write/photograph and share with others.

Amy x

Here is the latest list of blogs/websites featuring At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen

Pistachio cranberry cookies  Love and Lemons

Thrilled to be included in this great gift guide  Choosing Raw

Whole grain recipes  MindBodyGreen

Fun interview for Nutrition Stripped

Cookbook of the week and my top 10 superfoods Yahoo Food

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  • Chocolate pots de creme are one of my favorite chocolate desserts and I can’t wait to see this recipe in my own copy of your cookbook soon!

    • Amy Chaplin says:

      Hi Katie,
      Let me know what you think!
      Amy x

      • I made this for a dinner party last month and loved it. It was slightly too solidly set (if that makes sense) but I probably measured a heaping Tbsp agar flakes (rather than a flat Tbsp – slightly more than necessary probably), and I know how the smallest change in quantity of agar can affect the recipe, as you pointed out in the book. But that said I found that the texture softened nicely when I allowed it to come to room temp before eating. And I loved it with a quick chocolate sauce (warmed coconut oil, raw cacao, and maple) drizzled over.

  • I’ve really loved reading the article on Design Sponge, and seeing the photos of your beautiful kitchen! Your book has quickly become a favourite of mine and I recommend it often. While I keep it in my kitchen for easy-referencing, I really think that it would be equally appropriate on a coffee table, as the photos are just so gorgeous to look at. I noticed the reference to ABC home for your props in the book (a dreamy land of beautiful things!). Is that where you got the cute little spoon in the pots de creme photo too?

    • Amy Chaplin says:

      Hi Christine, Thank you so much for writing. I’m thrilled to hear you like the book and recommend it often!
      Yes the spoon is from ABC. I found it amongst a pile of old spoons and saw they had more recently. It was pretty inexpensive.
      Thanks for all your support!
      Amy x

  • Natalia says:

    Can’t wait to get your book, it looks like a Must in my collection!

  • Monica says:

    Amy, got your book and absolutely love it. I’m learning so much! The photos are beautiful. I can’t wait to try some recipies including this one. This is truly my favorite cookbook.

  • I just bought your book as an early Christmas gift for myself. Can’t wait to read it and try the recipes. Heard so many good things about it!

  • helena says:

    Do you buy rice milk or make it? I find homemade rice milk is slimy and unpleasant to use for your chocolate pots de creme recipe.

    • Amy Chaplin says:

      Hi Helena,
      I used boxed for this recipe but you could also change it out for almond milk….it may then need a little more sweetener as rice milk is naturally sweet.

      Amy x

  • Wayne says:

    Is there a homemade recipe for the rice milk.

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