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.
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.
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.
Fireball Apple Crisp — three little words that equal one killer dessert. Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey® is all the rage these days. The cinnamon flavor complements the spices of traditional apple pie perfectly. It’s like a dream come true for fans of this popular liquor. Try this as a surprise ending […]
Can you imagine this luscious raspberry tart waiting for you to scarf up on your lunch break? Make this up to 2 days in advance and store in the refrigerator for an on-the-run snack or lunch at the office or for a quick dessert at home. Layers of graham cracker […]
Not Your Father’s Root Beer Cake takes advantage of one of the many new craft beers that taste like old-fashioned root beer. A root beer cake that uses real beer? Yes! I tried Not Your Father’s Root Beer a couple of months ago. Surprisingly, it tastes exactly like root beer […]