Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Bars - Amanda's Cookin' I needed chocolate today.
Peanut butter sounded good too. The hardest part about this recipe was waiting for it to cool so I could cut into them and eat one (or two)! You could add chopped nuts, but I’m the only one who enjoys them in baked goods, so I left them out. These bars are easy to throw together and make a delicious snack, or in my case, a great way to satisfy a chocolate craving. Note: If you like nuts in your cookies, add 1 cup of chopped salted peanuts when adding the chocolate.
This is a pretty basic chocolate chip cookie dough with the addition of peanut butter. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Barsprintable version NEW – For a video (slideshow) version of this recipe with step by step photos, visit my new You Tube channel. Preheat oven to 375 F. Whisk together flour, baking soda and salt. Using an electric mixer, cream the butter, sugars, and peanut butter until light and fluffy. Press cookie dough into prepared pan and bake 20-22 minutes or until golden brown. Brown Butter Baked Doughnuts. I’m really just thinking about the future.
This weekend I bought a doughnut baking pan. I’d always thought baking doughnuts was for the birds… literally. For some reason, lately I’ve been daydreaming about future doughnuts: pumpkin with maple glaze, chocolate with peppermint frosting, and candy bar cupcakes for Halloween (because yes, I’m that crazy). It’s just a bit too early to dive into Fall flavors, so I thought I’d break in ye olde doughnut baking pan with some browned butter. Browned butter is forever in season, as are doughnuts. This is the most natural way to make doughnuts… on my desk with boards and napkins, a big camera, a tripod, and sprinkles everywhere. It’s amazing how easy it is to make baked doughnuts. All we need is flour, sugar, leavening, egg, buttermilk, brown butter and nutmeg. I love recipes that come together with a bowl and large soon. Would you judge me if I told you that this is also my cereal bowl? All in the dang bowl. This doughnut batter is just about right. Pumpkin Pecan Scones with Brown Butter Glaze.
I’ve always wanted to be the kind of girl that can get away with saying ‘y’all’.
You know… like, ‘I made Pumpkin Scones, y’all!’. Being from California, I feel like I can only reasonably get away with something like, ‘Hey dudes, I made you these Pumpkin Scones! Now, let’s go surfing.’ Mostly annoying, but kinda true. I’ll just daydream about being a ‘y’all’ girl. ‘It’s cold outside. Lordy…. clearly I need help. Let’s make some scones! This recipe is October-inspired and super-spiced. I’ve struggled for a few years to find the proper pumpkin scone recipe. I think we’ve nailed it, friends! These scones come together in two ways. First, cold butter is broken down into a flour, sugar, and spices.
Wet ingredients are combined with dry ingredients. Pecans, too! We’re going to need some glaze. Lightly glaze the scones with Brown Butter Glaze and YES! These little scones satisfy so many of my October pumpkin cravings. Oh! Pumpkin Pecan Scones with Brown Butter Glaze makes about 12 scones. Cheddar Buttermilk Waffle BLTs. I still have daydreams of my Dance Like Nobody’s Watching jaunt in the laundromat.
I haven’t done it yet mostly because I’m scared and also… I’m not Beyonce. The daydreams are still there. They’ve transferred from my Venice Beach laundromat to the streets of the French Quarter. In my daydreams I’m taking over the streets to The Naked and Famous song Girls Like You. I’ve got all the jump moves and hip gyrating, spins and flips I need to look like… not an idiot. While Rome (and dance videos) are built in daydreams… at least I’m in the kitchen cooking like nobody’s watching.
Except someone is watching… And he’s really bossy about what happens to all of the bacon in the house. What happened here is this: I put bacon, lettuce, and tomato in between two cheesy waffles. I was cooking (and smashing food in my face) like no one was watching. I am the picture of (really embarrassing) success! Let’s make these waffles! This is just real life. Buttermilk because… YES, ALWAYS! We get to marry these two. Joy the Baker Baked Brown Butter and Pistachio Doughnuts - Joy the Baker.
That first bite of doughnut… that very first taste is success, surrender, satisfaction, joy, and celebration all wrapped up into one bite.
It’s the anticipation that makes it so great! And the brown butter, obviously. These doughnuts feel like an extra special treat because they’re topped (as all things should be, really…) with browned butter glaze and chopped salted pistachios. Where brown butter and pistachios combine, the gates of Heaven open wide and welcome you in with open arms. Not literally… but that sure is what it feels like! It’s time to make an extra pot of coffee. The beginning works thusly: flour, sugar, salt and baking powder, browned butter, and eggs. I always add a dashing dose of freshly grated nutmeg to my baked doughnuts.
I also needed mucho many pistachios for this recipe. Dry ingredients are stirred together in the foreground. I’m a fool for brown butter. Wet meets dry with specks of pistachios and the smell of browned butter. Double Chocolate Baked Doughnuts. Peanut Butter Banana Sushi Recipe - A Sparkle of Genius. Plátanos maduros asados con queso - Recetas Latinas. 33 Genius Three-Ingredient Recipes. 18 Microwave Snacks You Can Cook In A Mug. Oh Nuts Blog: February 2011 Archives. Raspberry Rhubarb Crumble. This raspberry rhubarb crumble is so simple.
It’s a pie pan full of ripe fruit topped with a simple three-ingredient streusel like topping. We sometimes add rolled oats or almonds for extra crunch, but that’s not necessary. In fact, that might transform this from a crumble to a crisp, according to here and here? We're not sure...seems like an age old argument to us. Call it what you will - this dessert bakes up crispy and buttery on top with sweet tart fruit on the bottom. This is my new go-to summer dessert. This crisp is flexible too – just use any ripe fruit you’ve got on hand. Rhubarb Raspberry CrumbleTopping: 1/2 cup cold butter, cubed 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup white flour (optional) 1/2 cup oats (optional) 1/4 cup almonds, finely chopped Combine all ingredients, cutting the cold cubed butter into the other dry ingredients until you have a coarse sand.
Individual tres leches cupcakes. Can you call these cupcakes if you eat them with a fork?
I discovered tres leches cake at a local Mexican restaurant, and have never been the same. However, last time I made it, I probably put on ten pounds. These little heavenly cakes are enough to satisfy a sweet tooth at the end of a meal, but won’t have you feeling like you need to run a 5k to burn them off. To see instructional photos, please visit my blog on babble. tres leches cupcakes for the cake: 1 cup unbleached all-purpose four 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 5 tablespoons unsalted butter, at room temperature 3/4 cup sugar zest of 1 lemon (optional) 2 eggs 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 cup milk for the tres leches: 2/3 cup sweetened condensed milk (freeze whatever is leftover) 1/3 cup heavy cream 1/2 cup milk 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract for the garnish: 1/2 cup heavy cream 1 tablespoon confectioner’s sugar 1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract fresh summer berries, such as strawberries or raspberries 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
How To Make Chocolate Cobbler. Growing up, we had this probably once a week.
I always thought it was because everyone liked it so much but according to Mama, the frequency of this dessert had a lot more to do with it being so quick, easy, and most importantly: budget friendly. Generally, most folks have these ingredients on hand. It doesn’t hurt that you don’t even need an egg for it! As kids, we always called this “Mud Pie”. I guess it was a fun name for the three of us. This cobbler bakes up magically. We frequently package the dry ingredients and give them along with the recipe as Christmas Gifts. You’ll need some self rising flour (see my buttermilk biscuit tutorial on how to substitute plain for self rising), vegetable oil, milk, sugar, cocoa, brown sugar, and vanilla.
In medium bowl, add flour… …and white sugar. Cocoa powder.. And stir to combine. To this, add milk… Vegetable oil… and vanilla. Stir. Until it looks like this. Spray an 8×8 pan with vegetable spray (or grease however you like). Spread into prepared pan. Stir… Pop Up Pancakes. We love to eat breakfast for dinner, it’s easy and I have all the ingredients.
One of our favorites is Pop Up Pancakes, or as my husband’s family calls them, German Pancakes. I like to put a little twist on them by cooking these in muffin tins. They cook up as little puff balls and are easy for the kids to eat. Pop Up Pancake Recipe – makes 24 muffins or fills a 9×13 baking pan 1 cup milk1 cup flour6 eggs1/4 cup melted butterdash saltPreheat oven to 400* and grease your muffin tins 1. 2. 3. Now they are ready for toppings. Tagged as: breakfast Written by Marie LeBaron Marie is founder and managing editor of Make and Takes, and author of the book, Make and Takes for Kids.
Cherry Clafoutis. Pear Pie Pop Tarts. “Positive, positive, positive!!”
That’s my favorite line from Knocked Up. Leslie Mann says it to Katherine-whatever-her-name-is when she’s all bummed out and can’t bring herself to get out of bed. I say it to Teri when she’s being a brat. I also say it to myself, outloud…every Monday morning when I look at my gigantic to-do list. I have to un-bratify myself, you know? Monday mornings require pep-talks. Pop Tarts was a genius invention. I didn’t grow up on pop tarts, unfortunately. But now that I’m a grown-up and pay taxes and parking tickets and deal with all sorts of fun stuff…I’ve made the decision that I’m gonna have pie for breakfast…and call it a pop tart.
Pears are so pretty right now. In the past two weeks, I’ve bought, like, six varieties hoping to bake with them, but just end up eating ‘em before I get the chance. For this recipe, I wanted something that wasn’t super juicy, so I went with a firm Bosc pear. Let’s start with the crust. 1. That’s all. I diced up the pears really small. 1. Japanese Sweet Potato Recipe Video by cookingwithdog. Serving size Calories 288 Calories from Fat 78 % Daily Value* Total Fat 9 g13.5% Saturated Fat 4.3 g21.3% Trans Fat 0 g Cholesterol 105 mg Sodium 94.5 mg3.9% Total Carbohydrates 48 g16% Dietary Fiber 3.8 g15.4% Sugars 22.5 g Protein 4 g8.4% Vitamin A 327.1% Vitamin C 4.5% Calcium 11.3% Iron 8% *Based on a 2000 Calorie diet Directions 1. Editors Review All you need to prepare a moist, aromatic and delicious Japanese sweet Potato Dessert is to watch this video. Biscotti. My mom and I were in the mood to bake yesterday.
We considered every possible Christmas cookie recipe and couldn't decide on just one. After much deliberation, we decided to make something neither of us had ever tackled before, but had always wanted to try... Biscotti! It's a great recipe to have in your recipe collection because it's versatile and appropriate for any occasion. It can be made so many different ways, you'll never grow tired of it.
This recipe in particular was easy to follow, painless to put together, and ended up with great results! Biscotti has always intimidated me in the past, a recipe that always seemed difficult and for the more advanced baker. Recipe Tips To toast your hazelnuts, preheat your oven to 300 degrees, spread your hazelnuts on a cookies sheet in a single layer and bake for about 8-10 minutes. Begin with creaming your butter, sugar, salt, vanilla extract, and baking powder in the bowl of an electric mixer over medium speed: And dried cherries: Biscotti.
Apple Pie with Cheddar Crust — So Delicious. This is the sort of discovery that inspires me to host a dinner party. After just one bite, I began envisioning the scene: my guests’ hands reaching to the center of the table; the plate piled high with steaming, half-mooned pastries slowly disappearing; the silence as first bites are taken. Just anticipating the reactions — “apple and cheddar?!” — makes me giddy. And giddy were we (my mom, my aunt and I) as we stood around the cutting board in my kitchen, tucking into one after another hand pie, analyzing the flaky cheddar crust, adoring the adorable shape, oohing and ahing over the whole package. These hand pies are a home run. I’ve been wanting to make an apple pie with a cheddar crust for several years now. While apple with cheddar is an age-old pairing, their union in a pie, for me at least, still came as a surprise.
Mom and Auntie, in town for the weekend, reading to Ella I adore this cheddar. Cheddar Crust 1. 2. FillingNote: This amount of filling is for a traditional sized pie. 1. Strawberry Roulade « Cake. When I was a kid my Mom used to make wonderful sweet treats for me and my sister. One of the desserts she used to prepare most often was this strawberry roulade. I guess she liked to make it because it is amazingly simple and easy. Hm, who doesn’t like that? As I’m spending time here in my Mom’s house these day, it’s no surprise there’s been a lot of remembering the old, sweet days of my childhood …which magically gave me the idea to prepare this delicious cake, since, to my surprise, I’ve never made it myself. Oh, and was that a good idea… These are the ingredients you need in case you want to prepare this delicious cake, too.
Which I highly recommend. 1. 2. 3. Add 1 cup (115 grams) confectioner’s sugar to the bowl with the egg yolks. 4. 5. 6. Did you know that when you whisk egg whites there have to be no remains of egg yolk on your whisk attachment? 7. This is basically the main and most important trick about the sponge cakes – to have the batter as light and air-filled as you can manage. Simple Scones Recipe. Scones are well-known and popular treat for accompanying a cup of tea or coffee.
They are quick breads per se. All you have to do is to mix all the ingredients,then pop them in an oven for about 15 minutes. I like to have warm scones with a bit crusty outside, a bit soft inside, served with my favourite jam and cream. The original West England version uses clotted cream, yet I found whipped cream also does very well.
Simple Scones Recipe (Printable recipe) By Christine's Recipes Prep time: 15 mins Cook time: 15 mins Yield: Makes 12 Ingredients: 180 gm self-raising flour 1/8 tsp salt 20 gm butter, cubed 105 ml milk Method: Preheat oven to 220C/425F. To make best scones, here are two simple tips: Use fingertips to rub in the butter until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs. Apple Raspberry Crumble. Dulce de Leche Empanadas. Biscoff Bites. Homemade pop tarts. Alfajores. Blueberry Crumble, Berry Crisp, Berry Crumble, Crumble Recipes. Nutella-Mallow Pillow Pockets. Baked Pumpkin Ice Cream Glazed Donuts. Parisian strawberry tartlets. Apple Pie Egg Rolls. Homemade: Wheat Thins. Dulce de Leche Blondies"
Blueberry-Mint Ice Cream Sandwiches. Cranberry Almond Coconut Macaroons. Cranberry, Orange, and Pistachio Biscotti. Cookies on Friday: Far Breton. Cream Puffs.