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Homemade Cadbury Creme Eggs

Homemade Cadbury Creme Eggs
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Cadbury Cream Cookie Cups Recipe Cadbury Cream Cookie Cups Homemade Cadbury Cream filling stuffed into chewy chocolate chip cookie cups. Now you can have Cadbury Cream goodness all year long! Full recipe & tutorial. The Original Recipe from In Katrina’s Kitchen The first day of spring should be celebrated, don’t you think? When I realized how easy it is to make this beloved creamy confection at home I couldn’t wait to give it a try. Is there an Easter candy that is a MUST for your basket? Cadbury Cream Cookie Cups Recipe Print Save Homemade Cadbury Cream filling stuffed into chewy chocolate chip cookie cups Ingredients: Chocolate chip cookie dough, prepared or purchased ½ Cup light corn syrup ¼ Cup salted butter, softened 1 teaspoon vanilla 3 Cups powdered sugar Yellow food coloring Directions: Prepare your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough. Notes: If you would like to make Cadbury Cream eggs you can follow the tutorial over at Instructables.

Cake Batter Ice Cream Bread Recipe Cake Batter Ice Cream Bread Did you read that right? Yes you did. Two-Ingredient Ice Cream Bread. When I saw this recipe my mind exploded. I mean THINK of all the possibilities! I first made this a few weeks ago with chocolate ice cream and a few chocolate chips thrown in the batter for good measure. Let me introduce you to my friend Cake Batter Ice Cream. This is bread, not cake. Also don’t feel the need to confess that you ate a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on cake batter ice cream bread. I don’t. Cake Batter Ice Cream Bread Recipe Print Save Homemade bread using 2 ingredients- ice cream and flour! Ingredients: 1.5 quart tub of cake batter ice cream 3 cups of self-rising flour Sprinkles (optional) Directions: Preheat oven to 350 F Let ice cream soften at room temperature for 10-15 minutes. Notes: Use any kind of ice cream (“light” or low-fat ice cream is not suggested) Get creative with add-ins!

A Healthy Workday Snack: Spicy Baked Chickpeas Spicy baked chickpeas have to be one of the easiest (and healthiest!) snacks ever. Seriously—all you have to do is toss some chickpeas together with olive oil and whatever spices or herbs you’re in the mood for, a little bit of salt and pepper, and then bake. I’ve included a basic recipe, as well as some extra ingredient variations below. Rinse one can of chickpeas under running water, then dry with a paper towel. Pour onto a baking sheet and toss with one tablespoon of olive oil, ½ tsp salt, ½ tsp pepper, and ¼ tsp red pepper flakes. They’re ready when they’re crispy and golden! There are so many different options you can try with these, so feel free to experiment with any ingredients you have on hand. Paprika + cayenne pepper Balsamic vinegar + garlic Lime juice + chili powder + cumin Lemon juice + ginger Cinnamon + brown sugar Thyme + rosemary Curry powder + garlic Photos courtesy of Niki Lowry.

Coconut Curry Popcorn I’m back with another week of The Food Matter’s Project! This week Kate (from Cookie and Kate) chose one of my all time favorite snacks: popcorn. I’ve been known to stand on my soapbox before about making your own popcorn (and not buying pre-bagged, fake butter popcorn.) So I was excited when Kate chose such a simple yet perfect snack! I love popcorn because it is cheap and easily versatile. I opted to mix my popcorn up this time. This popcorn turned out delicious and seriously made the perfect snack! For full instructions head over to Kate’s blog and to see everyone else’s ideas, check out The Food Matters Project! Coconut Curry Popcorn Author: Erin Alderson Recipe type: snack Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Serves: 4-6 1 recipe for popcorn1 tablespoon coconut oil2 tablespoons coconut flakes, toasted1 tablespoon curry powder2 teaspoons ginger powder Make popcorn according to directions.Once done popping, melt coconut oil and drizzle on top of warm popcorn.

Cactus Cut Potatoes I don’t eat at Boston Pizza very often, but when I do I always get the Cactus Cut Potatoes. They are crispy and spicy and they come with the most amazing dip. My brother in law found a copycat recipe online for the dip so I gave it a whirl. It is perfect!! This dip is to die for; it tastes just like the stuff at BP! I decided to bake my potatoes instead of frying them, just to cut the fat a wee bit. What you need, For the dip: 6 tbsp. sour cream 1 cup Caesar salad dressing (I used Kraft creamy Caesar) 1 ½ tbsp. finely grated Parmesan cheese 1 ½ tbsp. finely chopped green onion ¼ tsp. dried chili flakes (if you like it spicy you could add in a little more) For the potatoes: 2 large russet potatoes, washed and sliced thinly 3 tbsp. olive oil Salt and Pepper to taste. In a medium bowl mix together the sour cream, Caesar dressing, Parmesan cheese, green onion and chili flakes. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours to let the flavours come together. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Serve hot with the dip. Jen

Strawberry Cheesecake Salad Today's strawberry recipe is another delicious salad that could also double as a dessert. It is light and sweet and creamy. I served this as a dessert after a bar-b-que one evening and my kids ate every last drop. I think I'll take it to our Mother's Day potluck this weekend. One note about this recipe. Strawberry Cheesecake SaladServes about 10 12 oz. whipped topping 1 small package of cheesecake pudding (just the powder, don't add the milk) 3 (6 oz) strawberry yogurts (I used Yoplait) 1 lb fresh strawberries, sliced 3 bananas, sliced (add just before serving or they brown) miniature marshmallows (add just before serving) Thaw whipped topping and in a large salad bowl stir together whipped topping, yogurts, and pudding powder. Source: Time for Supper

Curried Roasted Carrots l Once Upon A Chef These sweet and spicy roasted carrots make a fabulous side dish, but they’re also delicious all on their own. In fact, on those rare (and dare I say treasured) nights when I’m on my own for dinner and don’t feel like fussing with a full meal, I’ll make them for myself as a main course. They’re like a treat, and I can easily polish off the entire dish myself. Begin by peeling the carrots. Slice them into thirds on a diagonal (they’re prettier that way). Toss the cut carrots with olive oil, salt and curry powder. And roast in a hot oven, turning a few times with a rubber spatula so they brown evenly, until tender and caramelized. Toss the carrots with honey and serve. Servings: Serves 4--6 Cook Time: 25 - 30 Minutes Ingredients 2 pounds medium carrots, sliced into thirds on the diagonal3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil1 tablespoon curry powder 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt1 tablespoon honey, or to taste Instructions Set oven rack in middle position and preheat oven to 425 degrees.

Oreo Balls!! Many of you may have had these before, but for those who haven't, YOU ARE MISSING OUT!! A few years ago at Bunco, my friend Melissa brought these and I was instantly in LOVE! They are insanely easy to make and will literally fly off the plate. Oreo Balls 1 package Oreo Cookies 1 block cream cheese, softened 1 package Chocolate Almond Bark or Bakers Chocolate Baking Squares ***I halved the recipe this time around, so that is why everything looks smaller. :) Place Oreo Cookies in a baggie and smash until it is the consistency of dirt. Mix softened cream cheese into smashed cookies. This is what it will look like when the cream cheese is mixed in: Form into balls. Melt chocolate according to package directions in microwave. Cover balls in chocolate. Place in refrigerater. Ta-da! A view of the inside... Yes, these are as good as they look...better probably!

These put the crack in crackers! « Sweet Teeth So, I had some of these crack-tastic crackers in Warrenton, TX, recently and I had to try and re-create them. I don’t like to joke about drugs, especially crack, but really, these are so addicting. So, just say NO…if you must. You won’t eat just one, I can guarantee you that. I perused the internet for some similar recipes that use a Ranch dressing packet, like the little oyster crackers that I am also fond of eating. Crack-tastic Crackers 1 – 1 1/4 cup canola oil (you decide how much you want to use) 1 packet Ranch dressing mix 2-3 Tbs. red pepper flakes (I used close to 3…a little warm) 4 sleeves of Saltine crackers (give or take…however many you can fit in your mixing bowl) 1) Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl for a good long while (5-10 minutes), to really get the crackers coated. 2) Lay them out on a cookie sheet and drizzle the yummy, ranchy, peppery oil that’s in the bottom of the bowl, over the top of the crackers. 3) Let them cool and store in a big ol’ baggie. That’s it!

Warm Bean Dip So with all the talk and posting of Super Bowl party grub I have to be honest, I am not a fan of football. At all. No offense to any of you fans out there, but I'm just keeping it real. Thankfully, I lucked out and married a man that isnt a fan either. He is a lover of motocross and dirt bikes. So with my confession, I do have to say that we like to watch the Super Bowl. (no that is not my manly hand, it's my hubbys) Warm Bean Dip 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened 1 cup sour cream 2 cans (16 ounces, each) refried beans 1 packet taco seasoning 2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded 2 cups monterey jack cheese, shredded DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9x13 baking pan with cooking spray. Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until cheese in melted and slightly browned.

5 Seasoning Recipes to Make Your Popcorn Pop Sunday Jan. 19 is National Popcorn Day. But we believe that's every day. Everyone loves popcorn. It’s cheap, it’s easy to make, and it’s delicious. It’s the go-to savory snack at movie theaters, parties and office break rooms. Well, almost nothing. We’ve gathered a selection of seasoning recipes from professional chefs and culinary bloggers that take homemade popcorn to the next level. (Linnea Johansson) Swedish-born culinary expert Linnea Johansson has been hired to plan parties for celebrities such as Justin Timberlake, Sarah Jessica Parker and Julianne Moore — and with recipes like her Parmesan-Truffle Popcorn, it’s not difficult to see why. Ingredients: 1 large bowl of freshly popped popcorn1/2 stick of salted butter2 tablespoons truffle oil1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese Directions: Melt the butter in a saucepan over low heat or in the microwave. (WholeNewMom.com) Thoroughly mix all ingredients in a small bowl. (PastryAffair.com) (CheekyKitchen.com) (CookingClassy.Blogspot.com)

10 Tasty Mug Cakes That You Can Make in Just Minutes By bellalimento | I’m sure you’ve heard of cakes that you make in a microwave in MINUTES. I have to admit the first time I saw a recipe for one I was skeptical. I mean how can you make a cake in just a few minutes in the microwave? So I set out to test the theory. nggallery id=’120007′ Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Mug Cake Chocolate Fluffernutter Mug Cake Strawberries and Cream Mug Cake Read more from bell’alimento {Paula} on her Food Blog, Twitter & Facebook. Want to whip up dessert in a flash? The 25 healthiest foods for under $18 breakfast recipes to make in a crockpot15 sinfully sweet dessert recipes in a jar8 homemade Girl Scout cookie recipes — Samoas, Thin Mints, and more17 drinks you wouldn’t guess are non-alcoholic More on Babble About bellalimento bellalimento Paula Jones started her blog, Bell'alimento, in 2009 as a place to share her recipes with her friends and family.

Parmesan Truffle Tater Tots Tuesday, April 17, 2012 Parmesan Truffle Tater Tots Bet ya never thought you’d hear “truffle” and “tater tots” in the same sentence, did ya? Well, I went there. hah Remember my oven baked parmesan truffle fries? {Enter Tater Tots} Hello genius-ness: Why did I not think of this sooner?! Ya’ll, it doesn’t get easier than this! These are tater tots… classed up a bit! I mean, who says you can’t mix a little classy with some homey goodness?! Print Save Parmesan Truffle Tater Tots Yield: 2 servingsPrep Time: 5 minutes A classed-up tater tot... mixing fancy with a classic!

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