In stark contrast to my decision to go to the emergency room, the decision to make these minty cake mix cookies made me feel quite happy.
The warm weather keeps tricking me into thinking it’s March instead of February. I actually sent a friend a Happy Birthday text message A MONTH EARLY the other day.
I discovered not too long ago that people either love or loathe carrot cake, which I find surprising since carrot is one of the few cakes that I actually enjoy. Having said that, I ordered a slice of carrot cake from a bakery once and I learned that day how painful and cruel life can sometimes be because I bit into it and found a raisin.
I hate everything about winter, so I’ll take any warm and sunny day that comes along. I’ll take it, I’ll smile, and I’ll probably purchase some lemons.
This dark chocolate bark recipe includes white chocolate, too. It’s sure to be one of your favorite chocolate bark recipes! I was doing so good today. Drinking my smoothie for breakfast, eating my veggies for lunch. And suddenly, I was craving chocolate. CRAVING. The kind of craving that takes over your life and commandeers all [Read On]
This cake is fantastically coconut and buttermilk, and since it’s just one cute little layer in a skillet pan, no one expects it to look like a work of art. Just a little glaze and some toasted coconut are all the toppings this baby needs.
I was in the mood for cheesecake. I just wanted a little something cheesecake-like. Something creamy with graham crackers and berries on top. Just a little something.
Cream cheese is one of my favorite things ever. I’ve never made a recipe with cream cheese that I didn’t like. Even things I don’t like taste better with cream cheese.
They’re not just brownies but red velvet brownies with marshmallows and chocolate on top. Because… well,… why not?
If I’m going to bother with rice pudding, I’m going to take it up a notch and infuse some kind of interesting flavor in it. Which is how I landed on orange and pecan.
Being the self-proclaimed cookie connoisseur that I am, I’ve been racking my brain to figure out the best way to turn this gorgeous, over the top, heavenly chocolate lava cake into a cookie. And I think I found it.
Oh how I love January. I actually think New Years might be my new favorite holiday. I just love that feeling of renewal and starting again.
This bread came out the victor because while I won the battle of eating the entire loaf, the bread won the war of making me want to die for having done so.
I have good memories of English muffins as a kid. We used to toast them and spread butter on them for breakfast. It never occurred to me that I could actually make them myself.
If you’re wondering what it tastes like, it’s basically a banana nut cake, but with pineapple, which gives it this sweet, slightly tangy edge to it that is surprising and very tasty. No one expects to find pineapple in their banana cake.