Most of the cookie truffle recipes I’ve seen call for cream cheese. I decided to rebel, to stick it to the man, and use frosting instead. Yep, I’m a rebel. I’ll be going out for a tattoo any minute now.
Scones are one of my favorite breakfast foods. This scone recipe uses coconut, white chocolate, and buttermilk.
Krispie treats are just classic, aren’t they? I mean, everyone likes a plain old rice krispie treat. Everyone but me, that is. I really have to dress them up to make them interesting.
I realize that there are people out there who believe that coconut is not the most amazing thing ever. To those people, I would just like to say…
This peppermint bark was the Hippie Chick’s idea. And it was a fantastic one. We had fun making it together. We had fun eating it together, too.
Pin ItMy daughter and I have been participating in a Mother-Daughter book club. Several of the girls in the neighborhood get together with their moms and discuss a book they’ve read. This month was our turn to host, which meant it was our turn to pick the book. Finding time to read the chosen books [Read On]
Pin ItA simple, 5-ingredient recipe for a brownie made with white chocolate. Source: Adapted from Chocolate Brownie Recipe Yield: about 12 small brownies I am always looking for excuses to make new recipes that I have never tried before. This one appealed to me, partly because they are so pretty and simple and white, but [Read On]
Pin ItA simple recipe for a festive white chocolate popcorn snack that is perfect for entertaining. Source: I’ve been making this popcorn treat for years, but recently found some good addition ideas at She Wears Many Hats. Yield: about 8 cups I have friends that I get together with once a month, and this week [Read On]
A simple oat and coconut cookie drizzled with white chocolate and topped with toasted coconut. Perfect for entertaining!
Source: Paula Deen contributed this recipe to the Food Network website.
Yield: 3-4 dozen
Here were my requirements for this week’s cookie:
First, no frosting. Not that I am opposed to frosting in any way, mind you. It’s just that I was getting a little tired of frosted cookies. I needed a break. I wanted something that didn’t require that extra step.
Second, for similar reasons, something that didn’t involve chocolate or peanut butter. I wanted something kind of classy, something you don’t normally make for your grade-school kids, something really nice.