Rocky Road Cookie Fudge Bars will make chocolate-lovers jump for joy! For your enjoyment, here we have brownies, cookies, fudge, and marshmallows all rolled into one killer cookie bar. These yummy tidbits are rich enough to be considered a candy bar. Best of all, they couldn’t be easier to make. You can put this together in a little more than half an hour.
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.
Apple Pie Streusel Bars takes the hassle out of traditional apple pie while making portion control easy enough to complement a filling meal. Based on a shortbread crust and topped with streusel, they are the perfect size to end the meal and bring comforting thoughts of fall year-round.
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.
Cinnamon Raisin Swirls make an impressive showing for brunch or a special breakfast. They begin with pre-made puff pastry sheets and are filled with raisins, nuts, and sweetened cream cheese. The method is simple, and the filling is adaptable to use any of your favorite dried fruits.
Cherry Blueberry Streusel Bundt Cake combines two different fruits in separate layers with a strata of delicious pecan streusel in the center. Instead of baking each layer separately and building a cake, it is baked all at once in a Bundt pan.
Fireball Apple Bread Pudding is a new twist on old-fashioned bread pudding. The cinnamon-flavored whiskey pairs perfectly with apples and raisins to level up this old-fashioned favorite. Best of all, you can prepare it the day before.