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Nutella-Mallow Pillow Pockets. When I tell you this, take me very seriously…, don’t walk to your nearest grocery store and make these today!

Nutella-Mallow Pillow Pockets

I knew I wanted to make a Nutella treat the other day and when this simple idea came to mind I had no idea how crazy good it would be! The pastry with the gooey disappearing marshmallow and nutella make for a treat that you just must try for yourself! Enjoy! Can you handle this line up?! Sorry, I forgot to add one egg for the egg wash Um….this stuff should be illegal. Ok, easy easy. Take a little fork and crimp those edges, nice and firm.

Next, you’ll brush with an egg white wash and sprinkle with sugar, mmmmm! Get a load of this! I sprinkled mine with a little powdered sugar Oooey, gooey and delish! Nutella-Mallow Pillow Pockets 1 package puff pastry, 2 pastry sheets thawed 1 Cup Nutella spread 1 Cup mini marshmallows Egg white wash: 1 egg white whisked with 1 Tablespoon water Powdered sugar for dusting 1. 8 pockets Have a great new week! Other recipes you may enjoy... Warm Toasted Marshmallow S'more Bars. Apple Cider Donuts. Chocolate Kiwi Popsicles - Simple Saturday. 1) Kiwi - peeled and cut in 1 inch thick rounds, with a popsicle stick in each round.

Chocolate Kiwi Popsicles - Simple Saturday

Freeze on a tray in the freezer. 2) 1 cup Chopped dark chocolate and 1/2 cup Coconut oil - melted over a double boiler, then cooled to room temp. 3) Dip each Kiwi-pop into the chocolate mixture (it will immediately turn crispy) and place on a tray to refreeze or pass around right now. I've had Kiwi in salads, and cakes, but when I received a box of kiwi from the Zespri Kiwi Growers (as part of a blogging program), my first thought was how much I wanted to keep the kiwi looking and tasting as true as possible.

According to their reports, this year's crops are really sweet and yet still have their usual low glycemic index. One serving of KIWI: * contains the same amount of fiber as a BOWL of bran cereal. * contains the same amount of potassium as a banana * provides the recommended dietary allowance of vitamin C and... You don't have to buy anything, they obviously just want to get the word out about KIWI. Cupcake month kick-off. Several people I know are celebrating birthdays in May, and I have already been thinking about what I would be making for each of them.

Cupcake month kick-off

In a word, cupcakes...looks like I'll be cranking out several varieties this month. Tonight I'm headed to a party and was searching for the perfect dessert to bring along. One of my blog followers recently suggested that I make tiramisu and I was happy to oblige. I found this recipe for tiramisu cupcakes, which I thought was a nice take on the classic Italian cake. The cupcake version is ideal since it's individually portioned, and the presentation is more appealing than using a sheet or loaf pan.

Tiramisu Cupcakes Adapted from Martha Stewart For the cupcakes: Make the cupcakes: Preheat oven to 325 degrees. With an electric mixer on medium speed, whisk together whole eggs, yolks, and sugar. Divide batter evenly among lined cups, filling each three-quarters full.