When my nephew, Happy Man, asked for caramel and marshmallow in his birthday cookies, I immediately thought of these Brown Sugar Cookies and Rolo minis.
I don’t think we’ve ever stood as close to one another as when we are all reaching into the bowl of cookie dough at once. No one wants to be left out of that!
One thing I have not seen at the grocery store is chips with dill. I don’t know why not, either, because dill is so fantastic.
My kids know nothing about commercial breaks, rotary telephones or encyclopedias. But you know what they do know? They know all about no-bake cookies.
I want chocolate all the time. I could eat chocolate every day. It never gets old. There’s no time of year that’s not chocolate time of year.
Like all my recipes, this is pretty customizable. You can add green onions, cream cheese (with dill and lemon juice mixed in), chives, etc. or make a different variety of hummus or tzaziki.
I decided that this month’s Cookie of the Month needed to involve peanut butter. You can never go wrong with a peanut butter cookie. Of course, I have trouble leaving well enough alone, so I took my peanut butter cookies and sandwiched them with chocolate ice cream.
I made this cheesecake for the busy moms out there. The moms that don’t have time to mess with stuff, but still want a nice dessert to give them 5 more minutes of face time with their kids after dinner.
March cruised by, just like every month. Here in Salt Lake the exceptionally warm weather this year has me ready for spring even earlier than usual, and I’ve been dreaming of lemon bars and Easter treats.
You know how much I love blackberries, right? I guess it’s no surprise that the idea of adding blackberry to my limeade just seemed perfect.
I do kind of love how these turned out. They don’t have that perfectly gorgeous, not-one-peanut-out-of-place feel, but they do make me want to dive in face first nonetheless.
I think my brilliant plan of adding crisp rice cereal to these blondies worked perfectly. It gave the bars that crispy, wafery, Kit-Kat feel to them, and sets them apart. In a good way.
I have been wanting to make some blood orange recipes for a while now, if for no other reason than that blood oranges are so beautiful!
After my sister humiliated me for my lack of carrot cake recipes, I decided it was time to right that wrong and have more carrot-themed desserts available for you.
I went through a nightmare of finding a cookie that I could give her without hanging my head in shame. I had cookie failure after cookie failure until the magical day when I met my first batch of lemon curd.