Classic French Potatoes Anna – Gratin Pie with a Creamy Twist. Also known as Potatoes (Pommes) Anna, the original potato gratin is a classic French dish.
Said to be created by Chef Adolfe Duglere in the 19th century and named after grande cocotte Anna Deslions, the dish became so revered that a specialty copper pan like this was designed specifically for ensuring a professional outcome when making it. Traditionally, it is prepared with clarified butter and seasonings (how could it not be delicious?) And then baked until the center is soft and buttery and the exterior, deliciously crispy. With its quick and easy, no-nonsense prep and enticing presentation, it is a quintessential holiday party dish, capable of holding its own amidst any holiday spread. Chocolate Crinkle Cookies. There is something about gorgeous cookies that makes them taste even better.
These cookies not only taste like a chocolate brownie cookie, but are completely striking! I got this recipe from my HERSHEY’S Chocolate Cookbook (pretty sure every girl should own this cookbook) and it is absolutely amazing! Have a chocolate craving?! Nutella Kiss Cookies. I think I’ve mentioned before that Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies are probably my favorite cookies.
They’re delicious, of course. But to me, they’ll always be my mom’s cookies. And that, of course, is what really makes them so special. Sometimes I wonder what food my kids will associate with me and their childhood. I rarely make the exact same dessert twice, if I’m being honest. No-Bake Fudgy Snow Balls. No oil, no butter, no baking required.
There's much to love about these no-bake cookies, they are healthy, dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, vegan, and they taste great too. I'm a lazy baker, I love cookies that require minimal effort. All that's required to make these is a food processor (I used my mini). I originally saw these on Snack Girl and decided to give these a try. No-Bake Fudgy Snow BallsGina's Weight Watcher Recipes Servings: 21 • Serving Size: 1 cookie • Old Points: 1 pt • Points+: 2 ptsCalories: 69.5 • Fat: 3.8 g • Carb: 9.2 g • Fiber: 2.2 g • Protein: 2.1 g Ingredients: 15 pitted dates 2/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder1 cup whole roasted unsalted almonds1 tbsp honey (agave if vegan)2 tbsp water (or more if needed)3 tbsp confectioner's sugar Directions: Add almonds to your food processor and pulse until ground.
Put confectioner's sugar in a bowl. Nutella No Bake Cookies. Yes, everyone loves a good fudge no bake cookie.
I happen to like Nutella mixed in with the peanut butter. I mean, where can you go wrong? Oh, and eat these cold. They are way so much better that way. Ingredients 2 cup sugar 1/4 cup cocoa 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup margarine 1 tsp vanilla pinch of salt 1/4 cup peanut butter 1/4 cup Nutella 3 cup quick oats Instructions Over medium heat, cook sugar, cocoa, milk and margarine. Notes. No-Bake Muddy Buddies® Snickerdoodle Drop Cookies recipe from Betty Crocker. Www.handmadecharlotte. Many years ago, while taking my nieces on a little nature walk, I remember watching as my youngest niece picked up a pinecone and tried to eat it.
I can only imagine how prickly the scales were on her tiny tongue! Here’s an idea for a pinecone snack that’s sure to make curious tastebuds happy. Made with dry cereal and a peanut butter mixture, it’s part-healthy, part-sweet, and 100% fun. It’s a great edible craft for the kids to make this winter when the snow arrives and cabin fever sets in. No baking required—just mix and assemble. And while they’re a clever snack for kids, these chocolate pinecones also look very chic and elegant at a winter wedding reception or other snow-themed event. What You Need 3 cups Chex Chocolate cereal or comparable (I used Chocolate Fiber One cereal)6 pretzel sticks (I used the thicker dipping sticks)1/2 cup peanut butter1/4 cup Nutella (chocolate hazelnut spread)3 tablespoons butter, softened1 cup powdered sugar How-To. Www.stylemepretty. We’ve been feasting on three solid days of Thanksgiving Goodness.
But really, what’s a turkey day without a glorious pie. Or five. The recipes that we’ve debuted are all iterations on classic, beloved ideas. And to keep things consistent, so are these heavenly pies. The simple, loved must-haves that seem to grace nearly every thanksgiving table that we’ve ever been to. Every year, when it comes to Thanksgiving, we sift thru what feels like mountains of recipes. A big huge thank you to our beloved White Loft Studio & Foret Design! SPIDERMAN CANDY APPLES - NERDY NUMMIES.