I’m not usually one for dessert after dinner, nor do I have a large sweet tooth. However, I’m a complete sucker for anything with coconut and pecans, so a small slice of this Chocolate Chop Dessert Loaf with Coconut and Pecans is definitely one of my favorite after dinner treats.
I always have so much fun bringing you fun and whimsical food preparation ideas that are as simple to recreate as they are delicious to eat, and serve. Now, with the help of video presentation, bringing you the entire process (from start to finish) of the making and assembling of my Easter Bunny Pie I get to be even more interactive with you which makes it double the fun for me, and hopefully for you too!
I’ve been having such fun the past few months playing with pies and crusts that I just can’t seem to stop myself. Not that I actually want to, because they’ve seemed to have struck a chord with people, and I couldn’t be more thrilled. I have several more ideas in mind for decorated pies and crusts, so I hope you’ll stay tuned. But first up is this one for Festive Coconut Banana Custard Pie with a Holly Berry Crust.
Crispy and chewy. These Chocolaty Almond Joy Coconut Macaroons are a cross between a piece of Almond Joy candy and a cookie. What’s not to love?
Red, White and Blue Dessert Nachos are a patriotic sweet treat your family and friends will rave about. Homemade cinnamon sugar tortilla chips are generously topped with red and blue seasonal berries, a white chocolate drizzle, and sweetened coconut.
These No-Bake Oatmeal Cashew Coconut Bars come together in a snap, and with no baking required they couldn’t be easier to […]
These Timeless Chocolate Chunky Candy Cups are inspired by the iconic Chunky candy bar from years ago. They’re super fast […]
This Tropical Coconut Crusted Tuna Steak was inspired by coconut shrimp I’d recently had while out to dinner. It’s paired […]
If you’d like to up the chocolate ante of this bread (nice, but certainly not necessary), feel free to add some semi-sweet chocolate chips to the batter before baking. And, as I’m always prone to do (but didn’t do this time), tossing in some chopped toasted nuts is never a bad thing in my book. But, if you’re giving it as a gift, sometimes the simpler the better.
If you’ve never made your own granola, I’m here to encourage you to do so. Once you see how easy and flavorful it is, you’ll never go back to the store-bought variety. Plus when you make your own you can tailor it to your favorite healthy ingredients, adjust the sodium to your desired level, and say good-bye to all those nasty additives and preservatives.