I bought a little too much fresh fruit the other week and I need to use it up before it went back. I threw together a berry crumble and it was delicious! The filling was sweet, but not too sweet. The crumble topping was delicious. I can’t wait to try it with peaches before the season is over. What’s your favorite type of fruit crumble?
It was finally cool enough to do some baking over the weekend. Is the end of summer here? I’ve been in the mood for something with cheesecake and wanted to make something that was bite-sized. You know…trying to eat healthy! I figured if I made them mini, I would only be tempted to eat one and that should satisfy my sweet-tooth cravings.
The sugar cookie cups are delicious and the filling is light and fluffy. I think they would be great with a different fruit puree – maybe strawberry or peach. To elevate them even more, I would suggest adding a little spoonful of blueberry jam on top. Yum!
I hosted dinner for my family on the Saturday before Christmas and I was looking for an easy and quick dessert to make. This dessert was perfect! It had all the flavors of the holidays – chocolate and peppermint! I was able to make it the night before and it was ready for dessert. It’s so much goodness layered together – starting at the bottom is a layer of chocolate graham crackers, peppermint cream cheese, chocolate pudding, whipped topping and finished with crush peppermint chocolate candy bars. YUM!!!
Bite-sized desserts are just too cute! Last weekend was my company’s holiday party and we have a dessert bar made by all of our employees. I always try to make something new and this year I was craving something with peanut butter and chocolate. I found this recipe for bite-sized peanut butter pies with a chocolate crust. Flaky, chocolate crust filled with a rich peanut butter mousse and then topped with a drizzle of a chocolate and crushed peanuts – they are to die for!
Peaches are in season and they have been so good this summer! I’ve been buying them weekly and incorporating them into everything. My husband has been asking me to make peach cobbler and after a failed attempt at a vegan version (I’m not sure what went wrong), I decided to go ahead and make a traditional recipe. I’m so glad I did. It was delicious and the perfect way to highlight peaches.
We’re coming off a long holiday weekend, one with I indulged way too much and I’m feeling it today. I’m planning to get back on track and planning to take advantage of all the fresh fruit and vegetables that are coming into season. This fruit salad highlights local berries with a tropical twist.
We all loved this fruit salad. It was refreshing and made for a great “dessert” for my kids after a picnic dinner. The dressing wasn’t too sweet and the lime added a nice tartness to the fruit. I’ll definitely be making it again!
It’s time for this month’s Fantastical Food Fight featuring chocolate covered treats. The possibilities are far and wide with this theme! I had originally thought about making truffles and then considered a chocolate dipped cookie … then I thought what about my something my husband loves – peanut butter, pretzels and chocolate! That’s where this treat comes in … a crunchy pretzel, filled with peanut butter and then dipped in milk chocolate, crushed honey roasted peanuts sprinkled on top with a drizzle of white chocolate.
These pretzels were super simple to make and the longest part was impatiently waiting for the chocolate to set before devouring them!
I know the beginning of the year is usually a fresh start for everyone – me included – that’s why I made this last year. I’ve had this recipe saved for two years and I finally made it and it was delicious! I was a delicious treat for breakfast over the holidays and using pre-made pizza dough really saved on time! I loved the caramel glaze that went over it and all the twisted pieces were able to soak up the glaze… YUM!!
I’m kicking off #Choctoberfest with bite-sized pieces of delicious fudge! I figured I would start with the “healthiest” recipe and then it’s all downhill from here. It’s the perfect sweet treat when you’re craving chocolate. I could only eat one piece – it’s a very rich treat. One of things I liked with this recipe is that it is naturally sweetened with local honey, it’s dairy-free, vegan and packed with healthy fats from the coconut oil.
This past weekend was my husband’s family reunion. I always look to make something different and this recipe won out. I really was in the mood for cheesecakes and we have been waiting for fall to arrive, so we can hang out by the fire pit and have s’mores….so I decided to combine the two into this delicious recipe.
The chocolate ganache is so good and then with the roasted marshmallow on top…YUM! They didn’t get snatched how I hoped, but that only means we have more to snack on at home. I enjoyed eating them cold, but you could always pop them in the microwave to make the chocolate and marshmallow soften and get all gooey.