Free "Peeps" Easter Printable. - StumbleUpon. 60 Second Chocolate Chip Cookie A la Mode. I had so much fun developing this recipe. Talk about kinda dangerous though. This baby is baked in 60 seconds, no lie!! The cookie dough recipe is prepared right in your ramekin, so we are also talking about minimal dishes.
Win win, right? You know those fabulous pizzookie’s you order at certain restaurants? In any case, Enjoy my friends!! Start by creaming your butter and sugars right in your ramekin. Just like so, light and fluffy. You’ll add a couple tablespoons of beaten egg next. A splash of vanilla please. Give another good stir of the spoon until combined. Once combined, add your dry ingredients right to the ramekin. Flour, salt and baking soda all set! Brown Butter Double Fudge Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cookies. Little bit of a mouthful there.
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. Caramel Brownie Cheesecake. This is a monkeyhead concoction so please don’t be disappointed with me that it’s not 100% homemade.
Sometimes as a mom you have to go with your childrens ideas in order to lift their creative wings. Monkey One loves cheesecake and caramel, Monkey Two has a passion for brownies you put the two of these knuckleheads together and look at what they come up with… Caramel Brownie Cheesecake. You gotta love the way these boys think. To see their vision come to fruition we used one of our favorite brownie mixes, a no bake white chocolate cheesecake recipe from Williams-Sonoma and we tried Jamie’s homemade caramel recipe from My Baking Addiction.
My girl has it going on in the kitchen y’all, get ready to drool. Magnolia Bakery Chocolate Wafer Icebox Cake › shutterbean. Two words: HOT DAMN!
Chocolate Wafer Icebox Cake makes enough for 8 servings (recipe from Magnolia Bakery Cookbook) -4 cups heavy whipping cream -3 tablespoons sugar -1 tablespoon vanilla extract -1 1/2 packages Nabisco chocolate wafers 1. Cinnamon Sugar Pastry Star Party Snacks. Nutella Lava Cookie Cups » Table for Two. Writing a blog post while watching the Oscars Red Carpet is really distracting and pretty counterproductive.
I’m staring at unbelievable fashion with these gorgeous celebrities and I doubt they ate anything all day, let alone any dessert. If we played the Oscars Red Carpet game right now: “oh hello! Andes Mint Cookies. At last I’ve finally gotten around to making the famous Andes mints cookies and I’m so glad I did!
I meant to make and post these during last years holiday season but never got around to it, so this year I decided they were a must. These are amazing to say the least! Oreo Cookies Made From Scratch – Just Like the Ones From the Box, Only Better. Oreo cookies seem to be pervasive in this country.
Oreo cookies showed up at every party while I was growing up, and they are still used in countless desserts. 3-D Potted Flower Cookies. Unicorn Horn Cookies. Take small portions of colored dough and start wrapping one of the cream horns with it, from tip to bottom.
Lay the next color above or below the last line that you just made. Keep this pattern up until you have all your colors wrapped around the horn. Once you have them all on there and you may see some gaps - no problem. Just lightly smoosh the cookie dough to where it needs to be. Basically take some bulky dough and press it in the direction you desire to fill any gaps. Snowball Cookies. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Peanut Butter Cups.
Soooooo… you know that episode of Sex and the City where Miranda has to dump dish soap on top of chocolate cake just so she will stop eating it??
Uh. Yeeeeeah. These are like… of that caliber. And that totally almost happened to me. Macarons. For those of you who read this blog regularly, you will know that macarons are one of my obsessions.
Some of you may remember a couple of my early attempts (here, here, and here), then the epiphany of the class at Lenôtre in Paris. Following that class, I had a number of successes and I found the recipe to be very similar to Helene’s (of Tartelette blog) and I used a combination of the Lenôtre techniques with Helene’s recipe most of last year, with varying success. Being a Taurean (stubborn) and A-type (a planner) what bugged me about macarons was how unpredictable they were. On many occasions I have wanted to make them for dinner parties or gifts but given the fact that I never knew if it was going to be a “feet” kinda day, I always chose something else. Hidden smore cookie.