Jell-O Banana Cake Balls. Cookbook9. Tiramisu Cheesecake Bars. May 17, 2011 | Print | E-mail | Filed under cheesecake, chocolate, coffee Every Easter, I try to come up with a new dessert to serve the family.
The first year we hosted, it was fruit tartlets. The second year, I believe it was Oreo truffles. After that, things get a little fuzzy and I can’t remember exactly what I made each year…but this year, it was these tiramisu cheesecake bars. I’m not going to lie, they take some time in the kitchen between all of the baking and cooling – but none of the steps are that hard, promise! For the sugar cookie crust: 2 3/4 cups flour1 tsp baking soda1/2 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp salt1 1/2 cups granulated sugar2 sticks unsalted butter, softened1 egg1/2 tsp vanilla extract Recipes for filling and topping adapted from here. For the filling: 2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese, softened (I used reduced fat)1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk1 tbsp ground coffee or espresso2 tsp vanilla extract2 eggs1 cup dark chocolate chips For the topping:
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Creamy peanut butter pie: A pie for Mikey. I’m late making this pie.
I know. But I’m hoping it will still bring comfort to Jennie, who lost her husband Mikey to a sudden, massive heart attack nearly two weeks ago. I remember seeing her tweet “He’s gone….” and wondering who she meant, hoping it wasn’t Mikey. Sadly, it was. Just like that. I have not met Jennie in person – she’s a “Twitter friend” – but that doesn’t mean I don’t feel I know her. What has been extraordinary about this sad, sad event is how the food blogging community from around the world has truly gathered to support Jennie and her girls. Tutorial: Marble Chocolate Cake. Like the Marble Cake I made last weekend?
Want to know how INCREDIBLY easy it is to make? Then keep reading… 1 x Frosted Cake – I used a 2 layer Vanilla Sponge Cake covered with Chocolate Buttercream400g White Chocolate400g Dark ChocolateGreaseproof Paper Grab your iced cake to start, the final cake looks like it has multiple tiers but thats just the effect of the chocolate decorations. Make sure you have a clear workspace and cover it with greaseproof paper. Now all you need is the chocolate – I used a mixture of White and Dark Chocolate, the flavours were great together! Get melting!
Make sure you get a good liquid consistency before taking off the heat (add vegetable oil if you need to). Create medium size circles with the dark chocolate (and one big circle for the centre piece)… …then spoon a little white chocolate around the edges of the Dark chocolate circles. Ok once they’re completely set, dip a knife in hot water then cut through the shapes to create one flat edge. Slutty Brownies. Now I don’t want to over sell this, so I’m going to be conservative and simply say, that these are… The Best Brownies In The WORLD.
I know, big statement. They’re called Slutty Brownies because they’re oh so easy, and more than a little bit filthy. They’re best served warm from the oven, with good quality vanilla ice cream (devastatingly I didn’t have any in the freezer this time, so I guess I’ll just have to make them again). They take about 45mins to make, including baking time. The ultimate comfort food, whipped up within the hour. You will need… 1 Box of cookie mix, Frozen Caramel Toffee Ice Cream Dessert. Oreo Cookies and Cream No-Bake Cheesecake. Pumpkin Pie Bites. I’ve been in a mini-mood lately when it comes to baking and these bite-sized pies met my big craving.
They are really, really easy. Let me show ya. Of course, it didn’t hurt that I used ready to roll refrigerated pie crust. It comes two to a box and if you roll each round pie crust a little bit thinner with a rolling pin, you can get 24 mini pumpkin-shaped pie crusts out of them. Make sure you use all the dough scraps and re-roll to maximize quantities. Then, stuff each one in a mini muffin baking pan. Press the dough down, in and around the edge of each muffin cup. Fill each pie crust with pumpkin filling all the way to the top. When they come out of the oven, they’ll be puffed up like this. But no, after they cool for a few, they’ll fall and be flush with the pie crust. See… easy mini pumpkin pie bites.
You can even drizzle them with melted chocolate to jazz them up a bit.