I actually love this recipe, because it’s super easy. You start with a boxed white cake mix, and then you improve on it by adding your own concoction of creamy milk fats.
The cash diet forced me to part with my beloved chocolate muffins, but I figured there was no reason on earth I couldn’t recreate them with ingredients I already had on hand at home. Happy Dessert-Breakfast to me.
Scones are one of my favorite breakfast foods. This scone recipe uses coconut, white chocolate, and buttermilk.
Make some buckeyes for the big game! The buckeye recipe calls for chocolate, peanut butter, and no baking.
Green Smoothie recipes are easily found these days, and there are plenty of schools of thought on the subject. Since I now have a green smoothie for breakfast almost every day, I’ll share a few of my thoughts about it.
I made these pumpkin muffins for breakfast on Christmas Day. Robb took a bite, and promptly gave me a thumbs-up. That’s code for, “Make these again.”
Since this last year has been so much fun, I figured it was only fitting to celebrate with my favorite cake of all time. And let me tell you, it takes a lot to eclipse the wonders of Red Velvet Cake.
Maybe I should have titled them “Chocolate Almond Balls” or “Chocolate Cream Pie Balls” or something like that, because there’s not a lot of almond in those balls. They are mostly chocolate, rolled in… not almonds… cookie crumbs.
Who doesn’t love potato chips? It’s un-American. Forget that, it’s un-Human. No person that sprang from my womb could possibly dislike potato chips.
Or onion dip.