This delicious butterscotch sauce, best when served warm, is quick and easy to make!
Adding "hugs and kisses" to your favorite brownie recipe, with an Oreo surprise inside is sure to win the heart of your favorite Valentine!
I recently did a post about S’More Bites – small, two-bite treats that are really delicious. But anytime I make something really good, I can’t seem to leave it alone. I tell myself, “Come on…you can do better!” While I try not to brag, I can’t let this one escape sharing simply because it is somewhat similar to the previous post. According to my friend Kent W., these are ridiculous! And here’s the secret ingredient… ingredients! Megan found these Chocolate & Vanilla and Caramel & Vanilla Marshmallows at the Everything99cents store. She didn’t buy a bunch because she wanted to try them first. I thought it would make an interesting deviation on the original S’More Bites. Start with the basic recipe for the graham cracker crust on the S’more Bites page. Make the crust and press it into the mini muffin pan. You can turn on your oven now to 350°; set the crusts aside. Prepare the fillings. Cut the marshmallows in half height-wise. Unwrap the caramels and cut them in half height-wise. Kitchen shears work really well to do these steps. For the candy bars (I used Hershey’s Milk Chocolate is 1.55 oz bars – have 2 or 3 on hand), break into the divided sections and then in half again. If you are using other chocolate, break into smaller chunks and set aside. You will want to do this BEFORE you bake the s’more cups, otherwise you won’t be ready when
Cake pops. My daughter reminded me that I had done cake pops before (here) and that I needed to do something different. But I couldn’t resist – I’ve found something really wonderful that I just couldn’t wait to tell you about…Pillsbury Pink Lemonade Cake Mix! I really couldn’t wait because I’m very afraid that this is one of those seasonal things that may not be around for long and these are so yummy and make into such scrumptious cake pops with just the right tang to them. I felt the need to tell you to be on the look-out for Pillsbury Pink Lemonade Cake Mix and Frosting! I found mine at Von’s in University City/San Diego, and I bought a few to have on hand for the summer activities that are coming up. I mean, what goes better with summertime than pink lemonade? Yep…that’s a bite out of the cake pop. I certainly didn’t have any problem getting Mike to take a bite out of one, as long as he got to finish it when I was done taking pictures. Keep your eye out for Pillsbury Pink Lemonade Cake Mix and Frosting – delicious! Just in case you were wondering – no. Pillsbury did not pay me to rave about this new flavor. I really like it that much!
Yet another Pinterest inspired recipe…I am determined to try things out right away and expand my recipe collection, or toss the idea away. Some people can snap a picture of something that looks really yummy, but the final taste doesn’t meet my expectations. A couple of weeks ago, I found a delicious looking cupcake using Mint Oreos: Oreos in the middle, in the frosting and on top. I didn’t have the Mint Oreos, but I used regular Oreos and made them for our family Easter party, and they were delicious. I had a little trouble with the frosting…all those crunched cookies had trouble going through the tip, and the pastry bag was already full, I needed to get out the door and on the road, blah, blah, blah…so they weren’t as pretty as I wanted them to be…you can see them here. Anyway, I was going to make the cupcakes again for the boy’s party tonight, but then I decided to try something a little different – Oreo Stuffed Brownies – and they turned out delicious! I didn’t take a lot of pictures, but here’s what I did and it was really easy. For these brownies, I used two packages from a big box of Ghirardelli Brownie mix that I got from Costco, and prepared the mix according to the directions on the box. Spray the bottom of the pan with non-stick spray,
I’ll have to say that I don’t usually try a recipe as soon as I find one, but I was baking things for the school play treat table and came across this recipe. It sounded easy and yummy…and cute! I found the recipe here. Cake Batter Krispie Treats 3 Tablespoons butter 1 – 10 oz. bag miniature marshmallows 1/3 cup white cake mix – not prepared, just the dry mix 1 – 1.5 oz. container of sprinkles (Jimmies) – these are mixed colors, but you could use what ever kind you like 6 cups Rice Krispies Put parchment paper inside a 9″ x 13″ pan; set aside. Melt the butter in a 3 qt saucepan over medium heat; add marshmallows and stir, coating with the butter, until completely melted. Add the cake mix, a spoonful at a time, mixing well. Don’t overheat. Pour over the Krispies, and stir in about half the Jimmies; mix well. Press into the pan, sprinkling the rest of the Jimmies over the top. I butter my hands a little and then it won’t stick on my hands as I press the treats into the pan. I wanted the Krispie Treats to be tall, so I pressed it into just half the pan…you could use a smaller pan, if you like. When I’m doing something for a bake sale, I like to make the presentation nice. Taste is important, but
I spied these containers a while ago, and just had to add them to my baking display items. What would you do with them?