We've all said it right? That we have two things that taste SO good that the ultimate dessert would be to mash them up and create one dessert of both... well Dorothy Kern from Crazy For Crust has done it - she's authored a book with all your favorite treats combined together and it's appropriately named Dessert Mash-Ups.
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If you're looking for a fun activity in the kitchen for your kids this October, why not make some easy Jack-o-Lantern cupcakes with them?
It only takes a few ingredients, but will result in a morning or afternoon of fun and memories for parents and kids alike.
Cavemen *probably* didn’t eat ice cream. So for those living paleo today, the frozen treat would be something they’d have to give up--until now!
Introducing “Paleo Ice Cream (Ben Hirshberg),” a new cookbook packed with 75 recipes for rich and creamy frozen treats that leave out unwanted dairy, refined sugars and chemical additives.
Growing up golden sponge cakes filled with cream were a huge treat that were only available to us at Grandma's & Grandpa's house. We'd help around the yard, in the kitchen and with various odd tasks, and then we'd get some money to head to the corner store to buy 'dessert' for after the dinner meal. When it was my turn to choose, I'd always get a package of them. Every time I take a bite of a Twinkie I relive those memories of simpler times.
S'mores are a favorite summer treat for most everyone, but if you want to switch it up a bit, a great way to do it is to add a banana to the mix.
Now I'm a big fan of bananas in any way, shape or form, but if you've never had grilled bananas before the texture might take a while to get used to. The bananas do get soft, especially if they are at peak ripeness, plus as you probably know bananas get brown when they get warm.
When my friends say "let's meet up for coffee," what they really mean is "let's meet up at Tammy's house." You see I've got my very own built in coffee bar in my house, and I'll play 'barista' for anyone who wants to share a cup with me :) You name it, I have it, and my coffee machine collection includes not just one, but two Keurig brewers. When I have guests in summer I replace the hot beverage concoctions and brew iced coffee, iced tea and low calories drinks, over ice. And yes I do that with my Keurig!
This northern girl is LOVING that the heat of summer is in full swing here in Texas. One of the things I've been loving about living here is the abundance of fresh produce available all year long and most of it is sold at reasonable prices.
We've been eating our fair share of fresh fruit around here. We love eating watermelon, peaches, pears, bananas, strawberries..well you get the idea. You know what I don't love though?
Anyone that knows me, knows that I LOVE ice cream. Summer, Winter, makes no difference to me, if it's frozen and tasty - I'll eat it no matter the weather. But here in North Texas where the Hot! Hot! Hot! starts in June - frozen desserts all summer long is where it's at!
At any rate, I put together a collection of 20 Frozen Dessert Recipes on Foodie.com that I want to make. Some of these I've already made & approve and are right here on my blog, some are from other bloggers and some from mainstream websites. Maybe you'll find one you want to make for Father's Day for your dad or husband! Check them out and tell me which ones you're most interested to try.
Here is a chocolaty twist on a traditional favorite peanut butter cookie. The cookies will come out of the oven flatter than you would expect, but the insides stay chewy and the outer edges are crispy - the perfect texture combination to the sweet & salty of the chocolate and peanut butter!