Desserts With Benefits. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!
To make this cake, all I did was copy my Red Velvet Cake recipe and swap a few ingredients. Tee hee, I’m a cheater ;) Super moist, flavorful and delicious, no need to be put off by the color. This recipe is perfect for Saint Patrick’s Day! Andes Mint Cupcakes. I've been really into mint lately.
Not just the flavor, either. I've been into the color mint, and I've recently purchased some mint pants which I'm kind of obsessed with wearing. It's such a happy color! With St. Glazed Mint & Chip Cupcakes. Irish Tea Cake. Summer entertaining ~ Confetti+Cookies. Shugary Sweets: Peanut Butter Fudge. I couldn't decide how I wanted to garnish this fudge. Even afterwards, both style's held a special place in my heart, and my stomach. The chocolate and peanut butter drizzle on the first one is just a classic combination.
But the peanut butter drizzle alone? Milk and Honey: Croissants and Pan au Chocolat. Do you ever run 10 kilometres then come home and eat a brownie?
Do you ever unexpectedly bump into your arch nemesis from high school (you know, the popular, pretty one) and wish you'd applied lip gloss and mascara before you went out? Do you ever lose your phone, then look in the fridge and find it? Do you ever spend three days making a breakfast pastry just for fun? If the answer to any of these question is yes, then clearly, we should hang-out together. Croissants and Pains au Chocolat slightly adapted from Paul Allam and David McGuinness's Bourke Street Bakery Makes 20 portions (you can make all croissants, all pains au chocolat or a mixture of both like I did) For the Ferment: 100g baker's flour 55 ml full-cream milk 5g brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon dried instant yeast 20 g unsalted butter, softened.
Chocolate Pie « In the Wabe. Chicken spaghetti, cheesey green beans, and chocolate pie hold the spot as the best things of my childhood (what can I say?
S'mores Cookies. Yesterday was busy with swimming, BBQing, and relaxing.
My Laundry Monday turned into Laundry Tuesday topped with an additional load of damp swimming towels. Being the good parents we are we counted swimming as baths for the kids and sent them to bed smelling of sunblock. Chocolate Yogurt Cakes. Your Cup of Cake: Hot Chocolate Truffles. The Story: Truffles have always scared me. Rainbow Pinwheel Sugar Cookies Recipe. Healthy Deep Dish Cookie Pie. And than a warm chocolate chip cookie?
If you answered, “Katie, is better than a warm chocolate chip cookie,” you’ve obviously never met a cookie pie. (Above, topped with a super-healthy ice cream recipe I’ll post next week.) This pie is everything you’d want in a cookie. Marshmallow Brownie Cookies. I know you want one =). When I first began to create the recipe for this cookie I started with a chocolate cookie dough made from scratch. I hated the taste the cocoa left behind, or something. So, after 2 previous failed attempts at the perfect chocolate cookie (and lots of cookie dough tossed in the trash), I now have the perfect chocolate cookie. Peanut Butter-Pretzel Truffles. Once again, Pinterest is amazing.
If not for my little virtual bulletin board, I probably wouldn’t have stumbled across these gems. Red Velvet Whoopie Pies « Recipes Remembered. Today, 1 December 2011, is World AIDS Day.
Having lived and worked in Kenya, East Africa with one of the most comprehensive HIV treatment programs in the world and assisted an amazing Pediatric HIV Researcher here in the U.S., this issue is one close to my heart. Cake Pops Tips and Tricks. My fiance invited me to his co-workers house the other night to play tons of boardgames.
Pesto Palmiers (Basil Pesto Elephant Ears. Preheat the oven to 425°F.
Dry toasted pine nuts: Lightly dry toast the pine nuts in a small skillet over medium high heat until slighted golden. You have to be very careful; otherwise the pine nuts could burn easily. Transfer to a plate. Keeping a bright green color: Blanch (dip for 10 seconds in boiling water then transfer to an ice-cold bath) the basil, drain, then dry thoroughly of all water, pat dry on a paper towel. Roughly chop - you'll get approximately 1 cup of greens. How to make basil pesto: In a mini-food processor or mini-blender, combine 1 cup of (10-second blanched) sweet basil, 1 clove of garlic, 4 tablespoons of (toasted) pine nuts and 4 tablespoons of parmesan cheese. Spreading the pesto: For each rectangle of puff pastry, roll the dough out so that it increases in size a bit, but most important, so the puff pastry becomes more pliable.
Baking time: Slice the logs into about ⅓-inch thick pieces. Bon appétit! Blog Archive » Recipe: Candy Cane Truffles. Do you like candy canes? I never seem to get through a whole one, even when I was a kid. I would just suck on it until the end became sharp and spikey…then I would prod and torment my little brother with it. Candy Canes…so sweet, so dangerous. I do, however, like them crushed up so they become minty, crunchy, candy-cane-y sprinkles. That’s the best way to eat a candy cane in my opinion, sprinkled over some other sweet treat.
Easy Parmesan Knots. This recipe will got great with the Mama Mia’s Minestrone from yesterday or any other great Italian meal.