Treat your Valentine to something special this year by whipping up one of these sweet chocolate treats. That said, might I suggest you don’t reserve this Chocolate Dessert Recipe Roundup for the month of February only. Why not bookmark this post to your favorites list and make a new chocolate recipe (or maybe more) every month of the year? You have my permission! 😉
For this Friday’s Featured Foodie Feasting I’m bringing you 60, count ’em, 60 spectacular recipes from some of the most popular food bloggers on the web under this week’s theme; Thanksgiving Dessert Recipe Roundup. I hope you’re wearing your stretchy pants because you’re going to need them! 😉
I can’t seem to stop myself from coming up with fun and unusual ways to utilize pie dough. More times than not I use the store-bought variety to keep things simple, and to keep things less intimidating if you’re new to baking. Today I’m super excited to share with you my easy recipe for Deconstructed Cinnamon Sugar Apple Pie Wedges. I just know you’re going to love them!
When you want a showstopper dessert this holiday season, this Christmas Bourbon Pecan Pie with Painted Poinsettia Crust is just […]
This easy coconut ice cream is by far the tastiest ice cream I’ve ever made, and it only takes six ingredients! Since I’m a major coconut and pecan lover that probably had a lot to do with it! That, and the fact that it’s super simple to make and requires no noisy ice cream maker.
I’ve been away for a bit. My family needed me (and I needed them) as my dad transitioned into heaven. It’s been a very difficult time for all of us, but it’s also been a very beautiful time for many reasons. I was fortunate enough to spend a lot of time with my dad before he passed, and we had some really great conversations early on. And as I love to do, I got to bring him cookies, candies, and as the end neared, his favored chocolate malteds.
Soft , plump and tender, these White Chocolate Banana Walnut Cookies taste like a slice of fresh banana bread, only […]
The recipe I’m sharing with you today uses homemade lemon curd (but as I stated earlier, store bought will also work) which is a combination of eggs, sugar, freshly squeezed lemon juice and butter. It’s very simple to make as long as you use a double boiler and heat the mixture slowly on the stovetop.
My parents were coming for dinner, so I wanted to make something simple for dessert with ingredients I already had on hand in my pantry and fridge. I took out the package of frozen pie dough and let it thaw on the counter as I pondered in my head what I would do with it.
When you love spending time in the kitchen, it’s only natural that cooking and baking for the people you love is the ultimate way to show how much you care.