Triple Chocolate Shortcut Cookies are the yummy proof that there is nothing wrong with taking short-cuts when baking. These chewy, moist, and delicious cookies start with a chocolate cake mix and are loaded with both white and dark chocolate chips — a triple chocolate coup! They are incredibly easy to make. The mix goes together in less than 5 minutes, and they bake in about 10 minutes.
Nutty Chocolate Dream Bars start with a cake mix and go together in a snap. The center is a fudgy ganache made with chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk. They are topped with an eye-pleasing and tasty vanilla cream drizzle of frosting. Cut these small because they are very rich.
Chocolate Cherry Breakfast Loaf will put exta oomph into your boring morning routine. If you like a sweet bread, such as raisin bread or biscotti, with your coffee or tea, try this delicious breakfast bread. The filling is almost like a brownie with dried cherries, walnuts, and miniature chocolate chips for added decadence. Instead of hassling with making a yeast dough, this recipe begins with refrigerated crescent rolls.
Key Lime White Chocolate Cookies cost an arm and a leg in the grocery stores, and that’s if you can even find them. It’s no wonder. Key limes and white chocolate make an amazing combination that is refreshingly cool, no matter the season. This variation of meltaway cookies is perfect for kitchen gifts and ships well.
Fresh Strawberry Cake is an elegant way to make use of gorgeous fresh strawberries. This Bundt cake is delicious, easy to make, and pretty to the eye.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Bread is perfect for all of you Reese’s® Pieces addicts. You just can’t go wrong with the combination of peanut butter and chocolate chips. They join together here in a quick bread loaf that requires no yeast.
Beignets are those heavenly little powdered sugar-dusted fried puffs of doughnuts made famous in New Orleans. This version takes them to a truly gourmet level. They are perfect for a Mardi Gras breakfast or for any special holiday or birthday weekend treat. Pardon my drool… 🙂 The Author Says: “”Whenever […]
Good old pumpkin pie is an age-old favorite in the fall, but it usually doesn’t mesh well with diets. Diabetes expert Laura Cipullo and the editors of Prevention Magazine have given traditional pumpkin pie a makeover to make this mousse diabetic-friendly. This version may have pared down the carbs and […]