Peanut Butter Chocolate Pillows. March 30, 2009 Peanut Butter Chocolate Pillows by IsaChandra First off, I caved and joined twitter.
So if you want to know what spices I am running low on, today is your lucky day. OK, now I’ll make with the cookies. It seems that Peanut Butter Pillows won this battle, but the war still rages and I’ll post a few more of your recipe requests in the next few weeks. Chocolate and peanut butter fans will totally stalk you once they get a bite of these classic chocolately cookies with a heart of sweet and salty peanut butter.
Magic One-Ingredient Ice Cream 5 Ways: Peanut Butter, Nutella, and More Recipes from The Kitchn. Several years ago, tipped off by my sister, I tried a magical little kitchen trick for the first time.
I froze chunks of raw banana, then buzzed them in my food processor. Suddenly, out of nowhere, these gritty frozen pieces of fruit turned into ice cream. One-ingredient banana ice cream — it's kind of magic, isn't it? Have you ever tried it? If you haven't — well, it's a holiday weekend, and what better time to try something new? • The Original Magic One-Ingredient Ice Cream • Step-by-Step Instructions for One-Ingredient Ice Cream Banana ice cream with peanut butter and honey Peanut Butter & Honey Banana Ice Cream makes 2 servings 1 1/2 peeled medium bananas, sliced into coins and frozen until solid3 tablespoons peanut butter2 teaspoons honey Blend bananas in food processor until they are the consistency of soft serve ice cream. Clean Eating Weight Loss. The best new recipes from Framed Cooks — punchfork.com. Death By Oreo Cupcakes.
They are probably the best Oreo cakes I have ever tried.
A lot of cake's that I have experimented with before are like a vanilla cake with bits of Oreo in them, which didn't really give them enough Oreo flavor. But these were a lot better. I used a dark chocolate fudge cake mix instead of just a regular chocolate cake mix, which went really well with the cookies and gave the cakes just a little more flavor.
So, in this recipe there is Oreo's in the cake, in the frosting, and at the bottom is a Oreo surprise. That's right, you put a whole Oreo at the bottom of the cake. Ingredients 1 package Oreo Cookies, regular size 1 package Mini Oreo Cookies, for decoration (optional) 1 package chocolate cake mix (mix according to directions on box) 8 ounces cream cheese, room temperature 1/2 cup butter (1 stick), room temperature 3 3/4 cups powdered sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract cupcake liners Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cream together butter and cream cheese. Foodsnots.com. Strawberry Banana Popsicles….With a twist! « Lost Garden. This is a post originally posted to FionasFlavours.wordpress.com, Lost Garden’s old site.
With summer just around the corner, and weather starting warm up, I foresee a lot of popsicle recipes being posted. This popsicle is healthy enough that you can eat it for breakfast, and tasty enough to eat for dessert! Not to mention the colours are wonderful and it has also been confirmed by my sixteen-year-old brother, you cannot taste the spinach :) Banana layer: 2 Bananas 2 handfuls of Spinach 3 tbs Vanilla Yogurt (approx.) about 1/2 a cup of water (or as needed) Strawberry layer: 3 cups cut strawberries 1/2 cup Vanilla Yogurt water, as needed to blend. ***Add some honey to either layer if you would prefer them sweeter. 1. Zoku Popsicle Maker: Blue Bottle Macchiato Pops.
It’s no secret that Seattle is a coffee town, so there’s only a little shame in the fact that my coffee of choice actually comes from the Bay Area.
If you’ve walked the hall of the San Francisco Ferry Building on a Saturday morning, you’ve no doubt seen a little crowd of people standing outside Blue Bottle Coffee Company, patiently waiting for their espressos, their caffe lattes, their macchiatos. And it’s worth the wait. Blue Bottle prides itself on properly pulled espressos that bring out the best in the ground beans.
This is no churn-and-burn assembly line. Luckily, Blue Bottle also does mail order from its home base in Oakland, so those of us not living in the Bay Area (or Brooklyn) can get our fix. Creamy lemon popsicles. So, my mom just bought her first jar of coconut oil this month, and I have had a blast (a little too enthusiastically) explaining the hundreds of ways that you can use it.
I mean, just yesterday we had a very deep conversation about oil pulling as I was walking through the produce section at Costco. No one gave me weird looks at all… But amongst the thousands of recipes out there using coconut oil, I think I have discovered a new favorite. It began with a craving for biscuits, and a bag of self-rising flour that I needed to use up, and an old 3-ingredient recipe that used to call for shortening. Nowadays, anytime I see shortening, it’s like the recipe is just begging me to try substituting in some coconut oil to see if it works. Did it ever work. :) Read more I’ve always said that I like a good balance of cooking and baking in my life. That recipe is coming on the blog tomorrow. So bookmark this recipe if you ever need it for the future. Blood Orange Creamsicles: Refreshing and Sophisticated. Orange juice and dairy products don’t sound like a dream pairing, but the success of the Creamsicle and Dreamsicle proves otherwise.
MarsBar Melts. There are two reasons you'll fall in love with these MarsBar Melts 1.
They only need 4 ingredients 2. They only take 7mins to bake.