These fruity, oaty bars are inspired by Icelandic Hjónabandssæla (often translated as "happy marriage cake"), but perhaps closer to an American bar cookie in execution. They're hearty and rich, thanks to plenty of rolled oats and butter in the crust and crumb topping, with a flavorful layer of jam or fresh fruit in between. What kind? That's all up to you!
Chocolate and peanut butter combined with a favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe to make the ultimate Reese's cup cookies treat that's easy and tasty! Affiliate links are used in this post. Chocolate Chip Reese's Cup Cookies
Crispy chewy chocolate chip cookies that are also flourless, paleo and gluten free. These cookies look like they came out of a bakery but are an easy one-bowl recipe. [LINK] [LINK] [LINK] [LINK] [LINK]
The official name of the cake is Boca Negra, or black mouth, and the name aptly describes what your mouth will look like after one bite. I can't think of another cake that's this chocolaty or this easy to make.
When I was sharing over at Taters and Tales I started a Memory Monday post once a month because so many foods remind me of people in my life. Whether it is something they made for me or a meal we had together, certain foods can transport me to a place or feeling. It is … Read more...
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When life blesses you with overripe bananas, make these simple yet scrumptious Gluten-Free Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins. Made with just a few basic ingredients that you may even have on hand! About a month ago,
This garlic focaccia is a riff on garlic bread, complete with roasted garlic cloves studded throughout and garlic butter brushed across the top. It takes only a few minutes of real work and produces soft, tender, chewy focaccia that's as good as any you've tasted.
Thanks to the magic of cast iron, classic chocolate chip cookie dough bakes up extra chewy and crisp around the edges. With a few teaspoons of malted milk powder for an extra layer of flavor, it's a rich and chocolaty dessert just begging for a scoop of ice cream—or at least a glass of milk.