The Lizard likes just about everything, so when I ask him what kind of birthday cake he wants, I never know what answer I’m going to get.
They seriously take next to no time and about the same amount of effort. I especially enjoyed haphazardly wrapping my chocolate squares into a piece of parchment paper and breaking them up with a meat mallet.
The pineapple and coconut remind me of the beach. The pier. The sand. The breeze. It actually makes me wish I was back in California right now.
Let’s face it. Everything is better with chocolate chips. It’s worth having a few packages hanging out in the pantry… just in case!
It’s National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day today! It might be the greatest food holiday EVER. At least, it’s the only one I get truly excited about celebrating.
Our son was super excited to make this torte for the family. It’s a rich and dense chocolate cake, so naturally, I was in love with it immediately.
This year I wanted to make it easy for everyone to celebrate Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, so I put my chocolate chip cookies on a stick.
April was a blur. Seriously. Some exciting changes in my personal life have forced my blog into the second-string position.
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.