Fluffernutter Ritz Sandwich Cookies. Do you remember those incredibly good peanut butter cheese sandwich crackers?
Every time those made an appearance in my lunch, I knew it would be a great day at recess. These are like those, yet entirely different. It’s a cross between those crackers and Girl Scout cookie Tag-A-Longs (which I don’t think is their name anymore, but really, who can keep up with how often they change the names of their cookies–samoas will always be samoas not caramel delights) with the addition of marshmallow fluff. It’s childhood wrapped into one delightfully, sinfully incredible, five-minute cookie Because of the simplicity of this snack, multiple ones can be made ahead of time to have on hand, or they can be whipped up at a moment’s notice whenever the craving hits, which for me was this morning.
Last night, my adorable one-year old pup (she’s a Germansheprador) was given the privilege to sleep outside of her crate. Well, things really didn’t go as planned. So, lesson learned. Yeah, I’d rather not. Homemade Goldfish Crackers. Homemade Goldfish Crackers RecipeSource: Adapted and modified from Tasty Kitchen Ingredients: 1 cup (120g) plain flour (note 1) 8 oz (220g) sharp/ extra sharp cheddar cheese – shredded (note 2 & 3) 60g unsalted butter, cold (cut into cubes) ¼ -½ teaspoons salt 2 tablespoons cold water Methods:Using a pastry blender, cut butter into the flour until it forms coarse crumbs.Add salt to mix together.Add shredded cheese and cut into the mixture.Add water, 1 tablespoon at a time.Use hand to form dough and divide into 2 portions.
Wrap them in plastic and chill for 20 minutes (or longer).Preheat oven to 170°C. Line baking trays with parchment papers.Take out one portion of the dough from the fridge. Torch ‘em: 18 Delicious Crème Brûlée Recipes. Crème brûlée, the sweet velvety dessert is a dining out favorite.
A creamy custard topped with a hard caramel shell is simple to make and incredibly special to share and serve. Plus, you get to play with a torch! Armed with a foolproof recipe, it’s time to give it a try. For now, sit back, enjoy a cocktail and try to decide which recipe you’re going to try first. 1. 2. 3. Churros with Salty Peanut Sugar. Churros!
Are churros over? I feel like they were huge for a while there, maybe a year ago, but they seem to have disappeared since then. They’ll always have a place in my heart, I can tell you (please, no clogged artery jokes). I love them for the same reason I must constantly try and forget them. They are just so darn easy to make. You literally stir 4 ingredients together with a wooden spoon, and BAM you’re ready to fry. Do you know the blog Lady and Pups? Sallys Baking Addiction 3 Ingredient Strawberry Banana Popsicles. » Sallys Baking Addiction. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip. Be sure and join me on Facebook for the latest updates on new recipes! I LOVE Cookie Dough! Probably more than any person should! This dip was a HUGE hit at my home! It makes for a fun appetizer or dessert for any party, bridal or baby shower, or a yummy snack to share!
Give it a try! CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DOUGH DIPrecipe from: Jewel Bakes ½ c butter¼ c brown sugar, slightly packed1 tsp. pure vanilla extract8 oz. cream cheese , room temperature½ c confectioners’ sugar1 c mini semi-sweet chocolate chips In a medium saucepan melt the butter and brown sugar. In the meantime cream together the cream cheese and confectioners’ sugar for 1-2 minutes. Slowly pour in the butter/sugar mixture. Stir in the chocolate chips.Recommended to Serve with Graham crackers, vanilla wafers, animal crackers.
Homemade Doritos and an Old Fashioned Recipe Swap - Heather's French Press. Homemade Fruit By The Foot Against All Grain. We took a road trip last week and as I was packing up snacks to keep my little guy busy during the drive, I realized that I had a few containers of berries that needed to be eaten before we left.
My son loves fruit leathers and I usually just spring for the expensive organic ones at the store, but they usually have added sugar. I’d been wanting to make them from home in my dehydrator for quite some time but just never got around to it, so this seemed like the perfect occasion. Of course, we had to do a taste test to make sure they would satisfy him on our trip. Fruit Roll Ups - FridgeCam. Animal Crackers. CakeSpy Note: Sometimes, I like doing sweet things for you, readers.
And so I decided to share an inside look at one of my favorite stories--and recipes! --from my new book, The Secret Lives of Baked Goods: Sweet Stories & Recipes for America's Favorite Desserts. Mood-Boosting Trail Mix - The Darling Bakers. This is a guest post from Kristi Arnold who blogs at Veggie Converter.
Kristi Arnold is a former newspaper reporter and editor who is now a gluten-free vegetarian mom married to Mr. Meaty, a “normal” omnivore. The culinary odd couple is parenting two kids, a pescatarian with a hot dog exception and a lactose-intolerant nightshade-sensitive meat-lover. Kristi loves writing and cooking recipes for easy, family-friendly organic meals, learning about nutrition and living the simple, green life. You can read about Kristi’s journey with thyroid-triggered depression here. Keep in touch with Kristi on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.