Tiramisu Brownies. There comes a time, eventually, when you’ve gone too far.
Maybe that Speedo wasn’t the best idea. Maybe you shouldn’t have tried to walk the cat, despite the cute pictures on the internet. The scars, they tell you so. Maybe, just maybe, you shouldn’t have shaved the one eyebrow in a striped pattern. When you were at that party. If anything, do the last one. Prepare yourself. While, technically, any reason to call the spouse up and ask them to pretty please retrieve some Kahlua for you is a good reason, the reason today is brownies. Crisp ladyfingers start what is the tiramisu portion of these wild brownies.
This is where the Kahlua comes in. While the recipe source we used didn’t say to do this part with a mixer, we did lug out my stand mixer to whip up the mascarpone, cream cheese, eggs and such. Okay, now this part is fun. If you’re thinking MAYBE we shouldn’t have swirled so much…. Ha, so there. So yes. Tiramisu Brownies from Tramplingrose and My Baking Addiction For the topping: Notes:
Tiramisu brownie squares recipe. Tiramisu Brownie Squares 1 package (19-21 ounces) brownie mix (plus ingredients to make cake-like brownies) 1 cup milk 1/4 cup instant coffee granules 1 container (12 ounces) frozen whipped topping, thawed, divided 2 packages (3.4 ounces each) cheesecake instant pudding and pie filling 20 chocolate crème-filled sandwich cookies, coarsely chopped 1/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate morsels, grated 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 1.
Preheat oven to 350ºF. Lightly spray rectangular baker with oil. Prepare brownie mix according to package directions for cake-like brownies; pour into baker, spreading evenly. Texas-style Homemade Sausage Kolache Recipe. Near the top of my list of reasons why I could never move away from Texas, right under “free grandparent babysitting,” is kolache.
That list also includes other things like the Texans, quick access to beautiful grapefruit from the Rio valley, homemade tortillas from any number of nearby Mexican markets, Hill Country barbecue, a nearly year-long vegetable garden season, real Tex-Mex, and picking strawberries in February. And not having to constantly answer “Oh, wow! Are you from Dallas?” The Awesome-est Blueberry Muffins. Ellen’s Blueberry Muffins Printable Recipe This is the third of five finalist recipes in the Dairy Recipe Contest, and boy are my wooden spoons tired.
I’m cooking and baking up a storm, trying to get everything prepared and tested by August 30, when I’ll announce the Grand Prize winner. Today’s recipe comes from Ellen F., a 15-year-old homeschooler, a fact I that played no part in my selecting her recipe as a finalist, but that did make me smile and say “Awww” once found out her full story. I say that when I hear anyone’s full story, though. I love knowing about you guys. The muffins appealed to me not only because they contain yogurt, they’re also topped with a Yogurt-Blueberry sauce at the end. Easy apple tart or apple galette. 8 days left until Christmas… Well, my favorite time of the year has hardly ever been relaxing.
I have been very busy for the past couple of weeks; couple of Christmas parties I hosted at my home, a few cooking classes I had to teach, and getting the Christmas cards and shopping done before it gets too late… But, I finally found some free time to be alone at home the other day and I was so loving it. I made a very simple apple tart (or an apple galette if you rather want to call it that way). It is a classic French dessert. The flaky buttery crust with mildly sweet tender apples…, what a perfect treat for a quiet winter afternoon? I would like to share with you a recipe for the simple apple tart. In a bowl combine flour, salt, sugar and add cubed chilled butter pieces. Sort-a like this. Start with 2 tablespoon of ice water to the mixture and toss together with a fork just until everything is moistened.
Here it is. Squish it down between two layers of plastic wrap. Costco Poppy Seed Muffins. My mother-in-law got this Costco poppy seed muffin recipe from a friend and she knows how much I like Costco muffins, so she shared the recipe with me.
These poppy seed muffins are very quick and easy to make. I like to eat muffins in the morning, especially when I am in a hurry to get out of the door. These poppy seed muffins make great breakfasts and snacks. These muffins also freeze really well, so you can make a big batch and freeze them for later. Costco Poppy Seed MuffinsMakes: 24 muffins (standard size) 3 c. all purpose flour2 cup sugar1 tb poppy seeds1 1/2 tsp. baking powder1 1/2 tsp. salt3 eggs1 1/2 cup milk1 c. oil (can sub applesauce)1 1/2 tsp vanilla1 1/2 tsp almond flavoring Directions: