I love decorating for all Holidays but I do not like storing the decorations. How do I fix that problem? Edible decorations! This centerpiece is simple and the main decoration is chocolate so once the holiday is over the candy is gone. Continue reading →
Do you want an elegant decadent dessert for Valentines Day or any other day of the year? These Cheesecake stuffed Chocolate Dipped Strawberries will wow anyone and you don’t have to tell them how easy it was to make. Continue reading →
This is one of my favorite Holiday Goodies. There is not much better than a warm cup of cocoa or coffee on a cold winter evening. Unless you have one of these yummy chocolate dipped Peppermint sticks to stir your drink. The spoons are a fantastic start to a cocoa bar for a party or as an addition to a teachers gift.
The fun of this DIY is that you can use any Chocolate you want. You can use any topping or no topping at all. I tried to cover a few options for you in this recipe. You can dip spoons, peppermint sticks, candy canes or use small cups and Popsicle sticks.
Make sure to cover the work area with parchment paper. The parchment keeps the chocolate from sticking to anything other than the spoon etc. Continue reading →
The absolute best Chocolate Pie Recipe Ever. I make this pie every year for the Holidays Thanksgiving through New Years and I get requests for this pie starting in October. There are quite a few variations all you need to do is add your favorite chocolate, peanut butter, Heath bar etc. 1/4 to 1/2 a cup. Continue reading →
The Inside Out Caramel Apple Recipe is Awesome-sauce all the way. I published this recipe with out the printable recipe card last year and I wanted to make sure to include it in the Mouthwatering Monday Recipe collection.The #Septemberscopers challenge Last year was a Recipe to share with the group. I racked my brain to find something fun and different to share. While interviewing my daughter it came to me… The caramel apple hack! I used a basic caramel apple recipe and flipped it on its ear.
1 bag caramel squares
2 Tbsp water
Thick plastic/silpat spatula Continue reading →
I had a house full of kids this weekend. The Kiddo had an all weekend sleepover and I had my “soon to be 6 year old” niece spend the night to celebrate her birthday. My top two questions when having a bunch of kids over are:
My family wanted cookies, and when they want cookies I inevitably end up making cookies. The good thing is that I get to play around with my recipes and they have to eat what I make. These cookies should technically be named Triple Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies because of the added chocolate drizzle. Since you can make it with out the drizzle, I decided on Double Chocolate for the name. The recipe makes 50 cookies, so it is great for a bake sale or group function. (Remember to use level table spoons and not rounded. Rounded makes bigger cookies and less cookies.) Continue reading →