~Apple Pie Cookies! You know when you bake an Apple Pie, or any fruit pie for that matter, and you get those oozy baked sugar, chewy-ish bits of leaked fruit that gets all caramelized to the crust? They’re kind of hard to explain..I think they need a name, I’m open to suggestions! Watch them being made right >>HERE! Anyway, that’s my absolute favorite part of a fruit pie! Now I can maintain a pretense of manners, since I have my very own caramelly, fruity, chewy & sticky Apple Pie Cookie all to myself! These Apple Pie-like Cookies are made of real Pie Crust layered with sticky Caramel, and a slathering of Apple Pie Filling, topped with a flaky and adorable Cinnamon & Nutmeg lattice crust..HELLO Fall! Each and every bite offers the very best part of an actual Apple Pie, with all of the convenience of a Cookie! Seriously the best cookie I’ve ever had! To. What you’ll need for 6-8 good sized Pie Cookies: 1 Box of frozen Pillsbury Pie Crust (2 sheets per box) 1 Egg..for egg-wash 2 tbsp. 1 tbsp. Directions:
Chocolate Chip Stout Cookies Plus How Blow Jobs And Shoe Shopping Are Alike Look around this time of year, past the flowers, chocolate, $165 pre fixe menus and you’ll smell the stench of panic. Forced romance will never live up to the expectations that Hallmark has bestowed upon us and all that is left is waiting for the inevitable disappointment. Each partner either trying desperately to figure out what the other one wants, or giving up and trying just to get through it all unscathed. Attempting to discern what the other person wants, what seems to be an illusive mystery of epic proportions, is in actuality, very simple. The truth is, we aren’t as different as we think. Men and women want the same thing out of a relationships, we just get it in different ways. “But I want you to WANT to do it. Of course, women say that a lot, and these same women don’t stop to think about what it is that the men in their lives are thinking that exact same sentence about. Blow jobs. Men don’t just want one, they want a woman to want to do it. What would you rather have: 1. 2.
Frozen Banana Bites Planning to try this recipe? Be sure to check out the new Banana Bites FAQs post answering some of the most frequently asked questions for the best results and fun variations! I'm the kind of person who cannot go through even one day without consuming at least two servings of chocolate. OK. Maybe I've survived before with just one (possibly zero if my peanut butter intake was high enough that day). Last night, as per usual, I was craving my daily dose . . . with no treats to munch on. (Source) Truth time: It was like 9:30 PM, when I usually start turning in. What you'll need . . . 2 large bananas1/4 to 1/3 cup vegan chocolate chips1/4 to 1/3 cup natural peanut butterUnsweetened coconut flakes Method . . .Set out a large plate or bowl with a piece of parchment or wax paper on it.Cut up the bananas into good-sized chunks. Again: Be sure to check out the new Banana Bites FAQs post answering some of the most frequently asked questions for the best results! Try the Ultimate Vegan Ice Cream!
Watermelon Lime Sorbet Slices A sweet and tangy watermelon lime sorbet is a great way to cool off in the summer. As a bonus, this recipe is frozen back in the watermelon rind and cut off into slices. It’s hot. The type of heat where when you step outside the door and your skin is wet before the door swings shut behind you. It’s a hot that hangs in the air, letting you breathe it in, that is cured only by two things: being completely immersed in water or hiding indoors, the air conditioning cranked as far as it will go.I find that the heat makes me very unmotivated to do things like take a walk, water and weed the garden (though I have forced that one on myself) and prepare food and eat it. When your simple syrup is cool and watermelon chunked, blend them together in a food processor or blender until smooth. Cool the liquid completely in the refrigerator for a few hours. This then goes into the freezer. There’s nothing like a slice of watermelon on a warm summer day, especially when your slice happens to be sorbet.
Apple Cider Caramel Cookies Recipe Join us on Facebook for our latest recipes!I have been on a caramel kick lately. I thought that these would be the perfect fall cookie, and boy were they good! Apple Cider Caramel Cookies: Ingredients 1 cup unsalted butter, nearly melted 1 cup granulated sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 (7.4 ounce) box Alpine Spiced Apple Cider Instant Original Drink Mix *Not sugar free* 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 (14 ounce) bag Kraft Caramels Instructions 1. 2. 3. 4.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles Oh. My. God. If you could take perfection, roll it in a ball, and dip it chocolate, this would be it. I’m not joking here folks. I’d strongly advise you to put down the mouse and get your butt to the kitchen, stat. My apologies to the New Years’ resolution folk. The cookie dough itself is egg-free, and potentially dairy free AND vegan if you get picky about what you coat them with. Take it or leave it (but I strongly suggest you take it. Update: Since it was first posted in 2010, I’ve updated this recipe and included it in my new cookbook, The Cookie Dough Lover’s Cookbook (Quirk Books, 2012). You may also like... Easy Food to Make: 3 Ingredient Desserts Easy Food to Make: 3 Ingredient Desserts Posted by admin on Jun 1, 2013 in Recipes | 0 comments Short on time? Low on funds? Peanut Butter Cookies = Egg + Sugar + Peanut Butter Get the full recipe here. Nutella Brownie Bites = Nutella + Egg + Flour Get the full directions here. Coconut Macaroons = Condensed Milk + Almond Extract + Flaked Coconut Full details here. Orange Creamsicle Whoopie Pies = Orange Soda + Cool Whip + Vanilla Cake Mix Get the recipe here. Berry Frozen Yogurt = Greek Yogurt + Honey + Berries Get the recipe here. Homemade XL Ritz Cookies = Ritz Crackers + Peanut Butter + Chocolate Chips Get more info here. Cinnamon Toast Rolls = Cinnamon Sugar + White Bread + Butter Get the full instructions here. Cookies and Cream Fudge = White Chocolate + Condensed Milk + Oreos Get the full recipe here. Nutella Crunch Ice Cream Cake = Rice Krispies Cereal + Vanilla Ice Cream + Nutella More info here. Chocolate Peppermint Truffles = White Candy Melts + Mint Oreos + Cream Cheese Get the recipe here.
New York Times Chocolate Chip Cookies (Treats for Co-Irkers) I'm fairly certain that all food bloggers eventually get around to blogging about the world famous chocolate chip cookie recipe from the New York Times. This week seemed like a good week for me to throw in my two cents and tell you what I think about the recipe. And, since these cookies are going to work with hubby tomorrow, we'll be able to find out what the co-irkers think of them too. This review is slightly tainted however, because upon reading the recipe and making my shopping list for the ingredients, I failed to notice that the dough must rest in the fridge for 24 hours before baking. In hindsight, which still remains 20-20 even though the rest of my vision has gone to hell in a hand basket, I could have gone to Wal-Mart in my pajamas because if your local Wal-Mart is anything like my local Wal-Mart, you see people in their pajamas all the time. OK, back to the tainted recipe. Chocolate Chip Cookies (modified slightly from the New York Times) 1. 2. 3. 4. The verdict?
Raspberry Balls Here is a flashback from the 70'sEvery Holiday season my Grandmother would make these wonderful raspberry balls.It took me years and years to figure out the recipe, but I got it!! It's incredibly simple and uses only 4 ingredients!Jello Gelatin, coconut, sweetened condensed milk, almond extract. And... You don't have to make them Raspberry.You can use any flavor Gelatin.The balls in the picture are cranberry balls. Raspberry Balls1 large package flaked coconut.1 large box jello gelatin. 1 small box Jello gelatin (for coating finished balls.) Mix first 4 ingredients.Roll into small balls.roll to coat in the small package of jello.refrigerate in an air-tight container.Enjoy!
Individual Monkey Breads. Biscuits, butter, sugar, cinnamon. I think that’s all I need to say about this one. This stuff is astoundingly good. Monkey Breadfrom Ryan via The Pioneer Woman 3 cans Buttermilk biscuits (not the flakey kind)1/2 cup brown sugar1 cup sugar2-3 teaspoons cinnamon2 sticks butter Preheat the oven to 350. Open up all three cans of biscuits and cut each biscuit into quarters. Next, combine the white sugar with 2-3 teaspoons of cinnamon. 3 will be really cinnamon-y. Drop all of the biscuit quarters into a bundt pan (or jumbo muffin cups). Melt the butter with the brown sugar in a sauce pan over medium-high heat until combined. Bake for 30-40 minutes (or 20 minutes for the muffin cup ones) until the crust is deep brown on the top. I should now say that you should let it cool for about 15-30 minutes, but that’s practically impossible. Oh man, it’s good.
No Sugar Oat Drops When I first saw this recipe I was intrigued by the fact that these have NO sugar, butter, eggs or anything that can be considered unhealthy. Always on the hunt for things to throw at my kids at feeding time, I gave them a whirl. They are amazing, surprisingly light, incredibly filling and tasty, you can mix and match the ingredients to get a different result each time, adding different seeds fruits or nuts.You can freeze them wrapped individually and have a easy breakfast on the go. 1 1/2 cups regular rolled oats (use whatever type of oats you like) 1 cup coconut flakes 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon allspice 1/4 cup of almond meal (or nutmeal of your choice) ( If you want to make it nut free you could use a flour, just adjust the wet ingredients to get the right consistency) 1/2 cup mixed nuts, finely chopped 1 cup dried fruit (of your choice or chocolate chips or berries) Preheat oven to 175C. Take a large cookie cutter and press spoonfuls of the batter into it.
Japanese Cheesecake There are cakes which look absolutely stunning and gorgeous on the outside, but when it comes to the taste, it disappoints, and you just wished that it tasted as good as it looks. I've had a lot of those experiences, and in fact, I think I've made a few of cakes like that myself! What I love about a good Japanese cheesecake is that while in appearance it resembles a humble (and perhaps, plain or boring?) sponge cake, but the minute you put it into your mouth, you want to close your eyes and go 'hmmmmmmmmmmmmm'. We all go through phases, don't we?! Right out of the oven...hmmmmm. Japanese Cheesecake Recipe from The Cookbook Chronicles300g cream cheese 45g unsalted butter 57g egg yolk (this equals to 3 yolks)20g sugar11g cornstarch150g milk95g egg white (3 egg whites)55g sugarUse an 18 cm (7 in) cake pan with a fixed bottomCut a strip of parchment that is 3 cm higher than the height of the cake pan. Preheat the oven to 180°C. In a large bowl, melt the butter over a double boiler.