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What i made for monday-naughty donuts. I apologize for what I am about to tell you and encourage you to do.

what i made for monday-naughty donuts

I made Doug naughty, naughty donuts to take to work today. Why are they naughty? Because they are WAY too easy for the amount of amazing that they taste. Talk about melt in your mouth amazing and buttery and oh so sweet, sweet, heavenly goodness. They ARE GOOD. Want to make some? Veggie oil to fill your pan up to about 1/2in or so. Lemon Monkey Bread « Bakerlady. Every monkey bread recipe I’ve ever seen is made with butter and brown sugar resulting in a caramel covered pull apart bread.

Lemon Monkey Bread « Bakerlady

This recipe intrigued me because of its main ingredient. Lemon. Lemon? Yes indeed. It is a bright fresh citrus bread drizzled with butter, lemony sugar and a sweet glaze. This monkey bread is sweet and tart, moist and warm, crusty and soft all together. The base for this sweet treat is Rhodes Dinner Rolls. Sweet Basil: Reeses Krispies. If you like this recipe for, Reese’s Krispies make sure you check out the MilkyWay Krispies, and Reese’s Crumble!

Sweet Basil: Reeses Krispies

This post is a repost from last year, but seeing as how this recipe, no matter what I do this recipe remains number one, I thought it would be a good idea to bring it back to life. I’ve left the original post on here, but I did add updates to the recipe as we make it a little different these days. Who has left over Halloween candy?! Cake Batter Pancakes.

I’m fairly convinced that the world would be a better place if more sprinkles were involved.

Cake Batter Pancakes

Nutella Waffle Sandwich Cookies. Nutella Waffle Sandwich Cookies There’s no need to sugarcoat the inspiration behind these cookies.

Nutella Waffle Sandwich Cookies

The truth is, they were a total accident. I had originally intended to use this waffle cone recipe to create homemade fortune cookies, but a half dozen attempts and a pile of misshaped cookies later, I wised up to the fact that I needed a thinner batter. I’m not one to waste food, so while staring down a stack of the crunchy, golden brown rounds, inspiration struck and I made a mad dash for my pantry.

When life gives you excess waffle cone batter, make waffle cone wafers … and then sandwich those wafers together with a thick slathering of creamy Nutella. Country Cleaver » S’mores Graham Krispie Treats and Tuesday (Wedding) Things. S’mores Graham Krispie Treats and Tuesday (Wedding) Things Are you going camping for the 4th of July?

Country Cleaver » S’mores Graham Krispie Treats and Tuesday (Wedding) Things

Oh lucky you! With it being right in the middle of the week (seriously?!) , I’m not entirely sure I’ll be able to steal away for an extended weekend of campfires, pine trees and ticks on the dog to get in an over abundant number of s’mores and beers. Dang!! So in lieu of that – I wanted to make an at-home version that would satisfy my whim for s’mores without fretting over flaming marshmallows, unruly campfire cinders, sticking said flaming marshmallow into my own hair as I wave it frantically around trying to extinguish the flames.

Blowing on the marshmallow just won’t do. Truth be told these satisfied two whims – my need for s’mores and the need to eat my feelings and stress over my wedding that is officially 60 days away. Crazy Pizza Bread. When Rachael of Fuji Mama asked me if I’d be interested in developing a recipe for Lindsay Olive’s Back-To-School Challenge, I immediately said yes.

Crazy Pizza Bread

See, at first all I heard was “Rachael…Fuji Mama…Lindsay Olives…” and of course, at some point someone mentioned food. What was there to think about? I love Rachael, I love olives, and olives are food. It was a no-brainer as far as I was concerned. Then, of course, the whole “challenge” part of the deal suddenly started sinking in. Recipes. stories. life, from scratch. » black velvet layer cake. For the black velvet cake preheat the oven to 350 degrees F, with a rack in the center. butter and flour two 6" round cake pans and set aside. sift the cake flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt into a small bowl and set aside. in the bowl of a stand mixer with the paddle attachment fitted on, combine the butter and sugar. cream on medium speed for 2-3 minutes until pale in color and fluffy. scrape down the sides of the bowl. with the mixer on medium-low, add the eggs one at a time until incorporated. add the vanilla and coffee, and mix on medium speed until combined. combine the buttermilk and vanilla in a small bowl or glass. with the mixer on low, beat in the dry ingredients in 4 additions alternately with the buttermilk liquid mixture, beginning and ending with the dry ingredients. once all the ingredients are combined, turn the mixer off and scrape down the sides of the bowl. in a small bowl, combine the baking soda and vinegar. it's going to fizz up a bit, so be prepared!

recipes. stories. life, from scratch. » black velvet layer cake.