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The Most Dangerous Chocolate Cake. Just For one. « So I have been strumming my fingers on the keyboard for a while now.

The Most Dangerous Chocolate Cake. Just For one. «

I am in a dilemma about the recipe I am posting today. Should I share this recipe or spare you from the depression the knowledge of this recipe would cause. In case you have resolved to get back in shape this new year, I warn you to read any further. Nothing can be done about me. Cookie Wednesday: Valentine's Day Cakepops. Valentines Cakepops.

Cookie Wednesday: Valentine's Day Cakepops

Fresh Strawberry Yogurt Cake. Come to the Dark Side. We all have a dark side.

Come to the Dark Side

Sometimes the devil on our shoulder somehow quells the angel over on the other. My Creative Stirrings: Frozen Samoan. 1 quart French vanilla ice cream (block form preferred)2 ½ cups coconut, toasted* and divided10 fudge covered graham crackers, broken and divided14 hard macaroon cookies, broken and divided1 cup Carmel sundae syrup, divided½ cup miniature chocolate chips, dividedSmucker’s® Chocolate Fudge Magic Shell® Topping Heat oven to 350º F.

My Creative Stirrings: Frozen Samoan

Grease the bottom of a 10-inch spring-form pan. Spread the cookie dough evenly across the bottom of the pan and bake at 350º F. for 18-22 minutes or until lightly browned. Panera Bread and Salted Caramel Bread Puddings. A few weeks ago the kind folks from Panera Bread emailed me and asked if I'd like to be part of their blog program.

Panera Bread and Salted Caramel Bread Puddings

My reply? Yes! Then I further read they'd give me free baked goods, and pay me. Seriously?! The Real Crepe Cake. This is a blast from the past entry!

The Real Crepe Cake

Kramer and I made The Real Crepe Cake from Cream Puffs in Venice last December, but I never got around to re-posting the pictures in here. Whisky Bread Pudding with a Caramel Whisky Glaze. Kramer and I are very excited to be in our new apartment, because we finally get to decorate, buy some decent furniture, and just really make a home our of the place.

Whisky Bread Pudding with a Caramel Whisky Glaze

The last apartment was so depressing and had almost no sunlight, so being in a place with lots of windows and a big kitchen is so inspiring. Because of this, we spent the weekend going around picking up odds and ends, and as a result, I am beyond exhausted. It’s tiring doing major shopping in New York because we don’t have a car – we either have to carry everything ourselves, or pay a lot of money for a cab ride home from Manhattan or pay the large delivery fee that most stores charge. It was worth it, though, because we got some things we really needed, like a nice coffee table and blinds for our bedroom.

We celebrated the new apartment on Sunday with brunch at Colicchio & Sons, which was absolutely beyond fantastic. Speaking of celebrating, what better way to celebrate than with a little whiskey? Crepes of Wrath - StumbleUpon. Mid-terms are upon us!

Crepes of Wrath - StumbleUpon

Can you feel it in the air? I sure as hell can! I’m trying to remain calm, though, and think about how I’ve only got NINE weeks of school left until I’ve got that coveted bachelor’s degree. Tiramisu Bread Pudding Guest Post from Teanna of Spork or Foon? Apartment Therapy The Kitchn. This recipe makes a loaf that is just a touch sweet, keeping it firmly in the snacking category rather than the dessert category.

Apartment Therapy The Kitchn

That said, you could certainly drizzle the top of the loaf with a quick icing. A few slices would make an excellent light summer dessert with a scoop of ice cream and some whipped cream You should also feel completely free to substitute any other kind of fresh berry that happens to catch your fancy. Even diced strawberries or peaches would work here. Personally, I plan on baking this bread all summer long, swapping out the fruit as the season progresses. Monkey Bread with Bourbon Crème Anglaise. It didn't totally blow up my radar, however, until only a few weeks ago.

Monkey Bread with Bourbon Crème Anglaise

I was celebrating a bachelorette with some of my favorite girlfriends at a too-cool-for-school Atlanta restaurant. We had already overindulged in one too many courses of food, but our waiter gently encouraged us to order the sampler platter of desserts. Never one to say no to sweets, I caved against my (stomach's) better judgement. I couldn't begin to tell you what else was on that giant tray of desserts. It was the monkey bread that took it all home for the gold. Summer Recipe: No-Bake Strawberry Icebox Cake. See this? This is such an easy dessert. It looks a little fancy, doesn't it? Don't be put off. It only takes a few ingredients, and it doesn't even involve turning on the oven. 2 Stews: 1-2-3 Chocolate Microwave Mug Cake. Calling all Chocoholics! I will stop at nothing to bring you a fix! Last month I received an email "forward" from my brother-in-law with a recipe for a 5 Minute Chocolate Microwave Mug Cake. My first reaction as a long time baker was suspicious, but the concept was intriguing.

The recipe kept buzzing around my head and I thought, what the heck, I'll just try it. Chocolate peanut butter cake. Alex’s birthday was this past weekend and in case you are new here, let me give you a loose outline of a Standard Dessert Alex Politely Requests: Chocolate. Chocolate with chocolate. Chocolate with caramel. Chocolate with toffee. Chocolate with coffee. Chocolate with hazelnut cream. Lemon-poppy seed cake with vanilla-cream cheese frosting and 4 years of blogging.

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