I received this no-fail chocolate cupcake recipe from a friend many many years ago. After I had ooed and awed about the delicious perfect cupcake and asked what her secret was- she directly copied it word for word from her recipe card. The recipe card makes me smile. It's titled No Fail Cupcakes and it's wording is just as my grandma would have worded. Semi-specific yet straight forward. These really are the easiest to make and hardest to mess up. You most likely have all of the . . .
As a kid I ALWAYS requested funfetti cake for my birthday. I loved that frosting with the waxy little numbs of sprinkles. So it's only appropriate to have funfetti-inspired birthday cake cookies! Bet You Can't Eat Just One! My husband loved these little babies! They are sweet and fun and the perfect little bite of perfection. These guys are great freezers - so make up a big batch and stick them in the freezer for a future date. Serve alongside a tall class of milk. Bet you can't eat . . .
If there is one thing that I have served at gatherings that is always a hit - it is this chocolate fondue! The recipe is simple and it is really such a crowd pleaser. I received this fondue pot as a wedding gift and I've used it so so many times for various recipes - but chocolate fondue is by far the favorite. Fondue can also be made in a saucepan and served warm in a dish if you don't have a fondue pot. Fondue At Home One of my fondest memories is visiting a fondue restaurant with . . .
THESE are triple layer mint brownies. The best ever you will taste! They have the gooey goodness of a brownie, then a thick fluffy creamy buttery, slightly minty layer of frosting...drizzled with a little bit more chocolate. Triple layer mint brownies are perfect for holidays AND any other time your craving a killer chocolatey dessert. They aren't overly rich, or too sweet. The creamy frosting pairs perfectly with chocolate brownies. A delicious decadence. How to make triple layer . . .
I had these chocolatey rocky road cookies years ago at a friends house. My favorite part is biting into the chew marshmallows. Although, the creamy chips and chocolatey flavor you cannot beat either. I love these are easy and quick to make. I also love how these rocky road cookies are totally unique than all other cookies out there. How To Make Rocky Road Cookies They're really very simple to make, but there are a few tips and tricks so that they bake just perfect. Start out by adding . . .
Cookie Exchanges are a fond memory of mine. My grandma hosted a HUGE cookie exchange every year. They went all out and baked 1 dozen cookies for each person in attendance. I remember my mom coming home with and entire laundry basket full of plates of cookies. That is heaven for a little kid. I remember going with my mom on a few occasions when my dad was working and just drooling over all the cookies. I also felt super special being there because it was a no-kids event...but with it being . . .
I have such a good recipe for you today! This Chocolate Harvest Cake has been on my todo list for a long long time, and I am finally sharing! I discovered this recipe back when I was a newly wed. I made it several times for parties and friends, and it is always so well loved. This is not your standard, run-of-the-mill chocolate cake. This cake has a pumpkin cream cheese filling, chocolate ganache, and fresh fruit topping. It is the perfect perfect cake for these fall months. You can . . .
Peanut butter blossom cookies are a classic cookie everyone knows and loves. Creamy peanut butter and a big ol' chocolate Hershey kiss in the middle. It's cookie every adult loves and reminds them of childhood. It's a cookie every child is growing to love. This peanut butter blossom cookie recipe comes from a previous contributor, Anna, of oh so. It's her Grandma Eliason's recipe and her dad's favorite cookie. It's such a special family recipe! It's quite delicious. Baking Peanut . . .
This cake is, oh boy, this cake is, SO GOOD. This scotch chocolate cake is one I can crave all year long. But I seem to especially crave it during the summer months. It's the perfect potluck dessert. I don't think I have ever made this cake and come home with left overs. Which, while is a huge compliment to the cake itself, it's kind of depressing for one who might like a little leftover cake :) On several occasions guests will just "take a small piece," cause ya know, they are "not a . . .
One of my husband's favorite desserts is a pizzookie from BJ's restaurant. A warm cookie straight out of the oven that is topped with ice cream? Yes please! With that in mind I wanted to create a skillet cookie at home for him for Father's Day. The secret to those crispy edges and soft center in a skillet cookie is melting your butter before creating your recipe. I know it sounds crazy - because melted butter in a regular cookie will create pancake flat cookies. But melted butter in . . .
I don't know about you - but pancakes are a favorite around my house. My boys all LOVE pancakes and ask for them morning, noon, and night. As a kid I also loved a good pancake. My mom loves to tell the story about how I consumed only pancakes and hotdogs for the first 3 years of my life. I still like pancakes, but a few hot dogs per year is all I can handle. Homemade Mini Pancakes I was inspired to create this recipe after spending a small fortune on packages of store-bought frozen . . .
Have you guy jumped in on the unicorn craze? I've seen unicorn hot chocolate, unicorn ice cream, unicorn toast - and a variety of other pastel rainbow foods lately. I'm a mom of three little boys, so the unicorn trend hasn't hit our household. BUT, I have a bad sweet tooth, so pretty delicious desserts are always up my alley. S'mores I have really fond memories of eating s'mores by the campfire as a kid. My family loved to camp and my sisters and I would try to perfectly toast our . . .