Truffles that I KNOW you will love! I made these peanut butter truffles with some tweaks.
I love peanut butter and white chocolate…so when I saw the truffles, I knew I had to make them with white chocolate! I also topped some of them with melted semi-sweet chocolate!
It’s really easy, I melted the chocolate (and the white chocolate in the microwave). Make sure you set the power to 50% and start with 30 seconds and then stir and repeat with 15 second intervals and stirring until the chocolate is completely melted.
I put my decorator bag into a coffee mug and add the chocolate.
Happy Friday! Are you looking for after-school snack ideas that are super easy to make? My favorite treat was always crunchy, creamy puppy chow! Every time I browse Pinterest, I find some really cool variations on the classic treat. Enjoy!
One of my favorite parts of puppy chow is how much it tastes like a bag of candy! Whisk Away Your Worries shows how we can combine the flavors of traditional puppy chow with a famous candy bar in her Butterfinger Puppy Chow!
I just love how easy any puppy chow recipe is to make! Do you have a favorite puppy chow style? Are there any that I missed? Let me know!
It’s an exciting week! The Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book was launched this week and I received a copy. You know what cookbook I’m talking about…
The familiar red plaid cover, it has tons of amazing recipes…ummm, over 1200 recipes, tons of color photos (over 1000) and I found it hard to pick just one recipe to recreate and share with you. And then I saw this recipe for
and stopped dead in my tracks.
Howdy and happy Friday, Delish Dish-ers! Last week I talked about my favorite summer dips. You guys loved the s’more dip I shared, so I thought I’d dedicate this Friday Finds to some truly yummy s’mores-themed recipes.
What it is about s’mores? For me, they are the perfect summer treat, crunchy, creamy, and oh-so-sweet! You’ll love these awesome blogger variations!
Yum. That is the only thing that comes to mind because basically my mouth just starts drooling when I stare at these Peanut Butter Cookie S’mores for extended periods of time. Thanks for the great recipe, The View from Great Island!
If you’re looking for a “fancier” update on the s’more flavor spectrum, look no further than Creme de la Crumb‘s S’mores Lava Cakes! They have all the great flavors you love and will really impress your guests!
What’s your favorite way to eat s’mores? Let me know!
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After making several traditional pizzas, I wanted to broaden my Year in Pizza series by tackling dessert. When I found this BHG archives recipe for brownie pizza, the perfect idea came to mind for a deliciously sweet dessert. Why not combine a few of my favorite ingredients and recipes for one spectacular pizza?
With summer campfires on the brain, I decided to give the brownie pizza a seasonal twist inspired by the flavor of s’mores.
Once I had my brownie crust prebaked, I started with a layer of Nutella to act as the sauce for my pizza. For toppings, I used mini-marshmallows and some bear-shaped graham crackers to really bring the s’more flavor alive.
Finally, since every pizza needs at least one extra topping, I sprinkled on some tiny peanut butter cups.
After another few minutes in the oven and a couple minutes under the broiler to toast the marshmallows, my pizza was complete. This is such a fun, quick, and totally delicious dessert. What I really love about this recipe is that, like pizza, you can completely customize the toppings. I just thought this combination would be perfect for summer. Making this pizza is a great way to spend a rainy day when you can’t get the campfire going.
You can find the full recipe for my brownie pizza here.
What do you think of my take on this dessert? What toppings would you try?
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Let’s do cake this Monday morning and kick start our week with this Malted Chocolate Bundt Cake with Chocolate Glaze. I’m all for easy bundt cakes and this one is no exception. This one comes together easily and quickly.
Of course you can skip the sprinkles, but I decided to give the cake a hit of festiveness with some color. And to make it really pop I switched the chocolate glaze to a white chocolate. Other than that, I stayed to true to the recipe.
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