So minty, so chocolatey, these homemade Peppermint Patties give the York version a run for their money. With just FIVE simple ingredients and about an hour, you too can be eating these delish treats in no time! Read More
Pumpkin Spice Amaretto Tres Leches Cake! A light and airy pumpkin spice sponge cake soaked with three milks and amaretto, then topped with cinnamon amaretto whipped cream. A deliciously boozy cake that will warm you up on a cool Fall evening. Read More
These sweet pumpkin spice biscuits are my new autumn staple. Enjoy them for brunch or for an afternoon tea time with whipped spiced sweet butter, honey or clotted cream. You can also transform them to dessert by serving them warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream. Read More
Tagalongs. The undisputed champion of all Girl Scout cookies. Well ok, maybe not undisputed. The Samoas and Thin Mints are clearly tied for first place. But can we pour out some liquor for the Lemon Chalets of yesteryear? Those were my mom and husband’s favorites because they were sooo lemony and zesty!
But there is something about Tagalongs and their irresistible crunch + that peanut butter and chocolate combination that just makes me weak in the knees. Read More
Fries dipped in a milkshake. Is that crazy or genius?
If you are in love with sweet and salty combinations, then these dessert shooters will be the ultimate dessert for you! They combine rich, chocolatey French Silk Pie with a buttery Oreo cookie crust and a layer of potato chips, pretzels and peanuts and topped with fresh whipped cream. HEAVEN! Read More
No, of course I didn’t scour the web trying to find a restaurant supply site that sold ice cream parlor shell dip, then spend $16.49 for each 96 ounce canister (x3 flavors) and add rush shipping to the order for instant gratification…
Yes, it’s true. This did just happen. I think it’s time for my intervention.
But can you blame me? Look at these beauties. Who wants to crunch into one of these right now? Read more for the recipe. Read More
I was first introduced to these cookies on an episode of The Barefoot Contessa. Ina brought Kathleen King on her season 2 episode, Baking Basics. Kathleen owns Tate’s Bake Shop in Southampton, NY. In this episode, she made one of their well-known cookies, Double Chocolate Almond. Once I tried these cookies, I was hooked but I felt the recipe needed a few modifications to make them more “my style”. Here’s what I changed: Read More
Decadence is an understatement. This is like, a boozy chocolate truffle and a brownie had a baby, and it’s this Irish Cream Chocolate Fudge Pie! Listen, this pie is rich. So you can’t make this pie and then say, “omg it’s rich”. Because, duh. It’s rich. That’s the point 🙂 If you aren’t crazy for chocolate (like in the way that you could always eat it after you are already very full), this one may not be for you. Read More
You’re welcome, Internet. Here is finally a Dole Whips recipe that seriously tastes identical to Disney theme parks. This doesn’t have “bananas”, “coconut milk”, or “cool whip” like the craziness I keep finding online. Whhhhhyyyy?? Have they not been to Disney World or Disney Land? There are dozens of these recipes on Pinterest and I have yet to find one that uses legit ingredients that will capture the true essence of the Dole Whips.
FYI – There. Are. No. Bananas in the Disney version! GET IT TOGETHER!!
Soft serve ice cream is super easy to make at home with this shortcut! The DQ Peanut Buster Parfait is the ultimate combination of salty and sweet using just three simple ingredients. Hot fudge chocolate layers and freshly shelled roasted peanuts are nestled in between creamy ice cream. Read More