StumbleUpon. Caramel Apple Mini Cheesecakes with Streusel Topping. Share on Pinterest Why is fall my favorite season?
The food of course! I get so excited this time of year for the caramel apples, the pumpkin pie and just the delicious scent in my house from all the fall baking. It’s that time of year that you know you’ll need to get the big container of cinnamon because it’s going in everything. Since caramel apples are one of the first things I crave this time of year I decided to combine them with another one of my favorite desserts, cheesecake! Yes, the caramel sauce is definitely a must (and I’d say a generous amount) but if your not into the whole salted thang then just use the regular.
Enjoy! Share on Pinterest Share on Pinterest Share on Pinterest Share on Pinterest Share on Pinterest Caramel Apple Mini Cheesecakes with Streusel Topping Ingredients Crust 10 graham crackers sheets, finely crushed (1 1/3 cups) 2 1/2 Tbsp granulated sugar 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon 6 Tbsp unsalted butter, melted. Soft and Chewy Brown Butter Gingersnaps - Baker by Nature. Soft and chewy brown butter gingersnaps host all the classic appeal that you know and love -plus SO much more!
The edges are irresistibly crunchy while the thick centers stay soft as can be. Add these cookies to your holiday plans now – they’re calling your name! We’re three days into this crisp month of November, and already my brain is all like “the holidays are coming, the holidays are coming, the hoooooolidays are COMING.” Crazy brain? Maybe. The holidays really are right around the corner. 24 days till Thanksgiving and 52 days till Christmas. Let’s kick off this holiday bake-a-thon (psst… we’re starting right now!) When it comes to gingersnaps, you’d be correct to consider me a HUGE supporter. These cookies, however, are not an intense gingersnap. See… These gingersnaps are what I like to call a meeting place cookie.
These cookies also host a whole lotta brown butter (aka my soulmate), a fresh pop of orange zest, and some hearty molasses. StaubUSA. Chai Snickerdoodles. Growing up in Germany, my main impressions of life in the US came from TV shows and movies – though knowing how accurate media representation can be (Surprise!
We don’t all skip around in Lederhosen, a beer in the left and a sausage in the right over here), I’ve always been quite sceptical about the amount of realism depicted in the O.C., Bring It On or Buffy. (Other than, you know, the whole vampire slaying thing.) As someone who’s seen a lot more castles than football games in her life, the whole yellow-school-bus-cheerleader-try-outs-hall-pass lifestyle seemed just a tad out there. So when I moved to the US for university, I got super excited every time I discovered an overly cliché thing that actually exists.
When you’ve spent your whole school life without prom, football teams, spring break or lockers, the fact that chinese take-out actually comes in white and red cardboard containers can seem a whole lot more glamorous than you think. 1. 1. 60 of Our Favorite Cookie Recipes. Dessert Recipes From Famous Bakeries - iVillage. Two-Bite Strawberry Hand Pies. This post comes to you from damply beautiful Seattle, Washington!
Yes, kids, I am in Seattle for BlogHer Food 2012 and not just as an attendee, but I am speaking! I am nervous, but terribly excited, and ready to get the party started! The last month has been a CRAZY travel month for me. First, I went to Camp Blogaway, then I spent 6 days in Tokyo (expect a few Japanese themed recipes in the future – the place is life changing!)
, and now I am here in Seattle. I decided to make the filling for these little pies fairly rich. Two-Bite Strawberry Hand Pies Author: Kelly Jaggers Recipe type: Dessert Cuisine: American Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Serves: 30 Begin by making the crust. To assemble the pies begin by placing a heaping ½ teaspoon of the filling into the center of 30 of the dough circles. Enjoy! © 2012, Evil Shenanigans – Baking & Cooking Blog.
Bread. Cookies. Easy Homemade Ice Cream without a Machine. July is National Ice Cream month, and I’m so excited to show you how making your own homemade ice cream is easier than you may think! No ice cream maker? No problem. Out of rock salt? Don’t need it! You can make this ice cream in just four easy steps. And let me just get one thing straight. Homemade Ice Cream without the machine couldn’t be easier! Basically, you start with 2 cups of heavy cream and 1 can of Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk. Whip the heavy cream to stiff peaks… Add your flavors, toppings, and mix-ins to the sweetened condensed milk… Then fold in the whipped cream. That’s it! So what can you add to the cream & milk?? How about butter, cinnamon, and vanilla for… Cinnamon Bun Ice Cream! Recipes.