This week’s dessert is simple, easy, and requires no refrigeration. We’re also bringing you an awesome holiday food party with twelve fantastic bloggers!
Since I’ve discovered these amazing eggs, I’ve started imagining all the great eggnog recipes I could make, recipes that will remind me of the eggnog of my childhood.
I told my kids they have no imagination when it comes to cold cereal. All they do, day in and day out, is pour it in a bowl and cover it with milk. To prove my point, I turned my box of Honey Bunches of Oats with Almonds into a crust for these cheesecake bars.
I figured the packed sinuses and sore throats in this house could use something warm to drink, something soothing and creamy. The nice thing about using the slow cooker is that when the sick ones are ready for cocoa, the cocoa is ready for them.
I’ve wanted to make these cute peppermint cookies for some time now. I bet these would be fantastic with a cup of dark chocolate cocoa. I love the peppermint hot chocolate at Starbucks, by the way, speaking of peppermint and chocolate and things I love.
Eating a few bites of that eggnog shake really made me ready for winter baking. I came home and immediately dreamed up these eggnog cookies. Come check out all the cookie week cookies and enter the giveaway!
Let’s not forget that it is now November. I have no idea where this year went, and I can’t decide whether I’m happy or sad to have it behind me. But that is beside the point. The point is, it’s fall, and I needed some fall flavors in these bars.
Robb thinks I talk to much. Because, as a point of fact, I do. I’m giving myself and everyone else a break today, and bringing you a post completely devoid of words. The photos in this post tell the whole story.
I recently found myself saddled with ripe bananas, when the project I had intended to use them for fell through. The memory of this chocolate banana bread discussion came flooding back to me. And if I’m being completely honest, the thought of how this bread would look on this cutting board is the real reason I ended up making it.
Have you ever made cookies in the waffle iron? Granted, you can only make 4 cookies at a time, but they cook quickly, and you don’t have to heat up your oven. And the kids think it’s such a novelty to eat cookies that look like waffles. What can I say? I aim to please.
Hot spiced cider has long been a family favorite. We usually buy the packaged mixes, for convenience, but every once in a while, I like to make the real stuff. The kind made from actual apples.