Whoopie pies are said to be the next cupcake - I tested the whoopie pie with this recipe for S'mores Whoopie pies. Whoopie pies are more cake like than cookie like. This recipe is filled with toasted marshmallow and crushed graham cracker crumbs. LifeWithCake.com Life Is Better With Cake
Oh yes...chocolate chip dough balls...finally! 7 batches later, I finally have a chocolate chip cookie dough ball recipe to share with you guys! But maybe you're wondering what the heck dough balls are anyways. Well... ...back at the Foodbuzz Festival
I don't like beets! That was my darling son's response when I told him I had made Sweet Beet Cookies. I thought sandwiching the word beet between sweet and cookie would serve as sufficient enough distraction for Kenya. Not so much. And since I never want to trick my kids into eating foods that are good for them and hope they learn to love them on their own, simply calling this recipe something like Red Cookies was out of the question. But if the name itself wasn't a selling point, the site of these cookies...
For those that haven't heard, Archway Cookies( Mother's, Salerno) have closed there doors and gone out of business. No more Oatmeal Iced Cookies, Those wonderful Pink and White Animal Circus Cookies with sprinkles (been known to find sprinkles on the kitchen floor the next morning..heheh) and The Holiday Nougat cookies-no more..I will miss them. Here is the recipe for The Holiday Nugat Cookie...Enjoy..P.S Better hit your store and stock up on the other favorites before they are gone for good...Sad day.
The name says it all: Snickerdoodle Cake with Brown Sugar Cinnamon Buttercream. This is the well-loved snickerdoodle cookie rewritten as a moist cinnamon vanilla butter cake layered and surrounded with a smooth, decadent buttercream laced with sweet ground cinnamon and brown sugar.
Hey Everyone! How are you liking my Healthy Habits blogs so far? Did anyone try out the GNC protein shake I recommended? As promised in my Healthy Habits: My Typical Meal Plan post, here is the recipe for my all-time favorite meal for dinner: almond chicken. It's super healthy and it's really easy to make (remember, if I can make it anyone can). I found this recipe online over a year ago and have been loving it ever since! It makes me think I'm eating fried chicken fingers, but it's actually just healthy chicken breast breaded in wheat flour and almonds. Put it this way-my 8 year old sister devours these like she would a McDonalds Happy Meal, but they're healthy! I make this recipe at least once a week. It keeps well for a few days in the fridge so I usually just heat them up on a cookie sheet in the oven when I want the leftovers. I cannot explain how yummy it is to eat yet easy it is to make. Like I said, I've made it at least once a week for over a year now (OK, I'll admit it, it's one of the only things I actually can cook) so it's like second nature for me to whip these up. Here's the whole recipe (serves 4) courtesy of EatingWell.com:Ingredients Canola oil cooking spray 1/2 cup sliced almonds 1/4 cup whole-wheat flour 1 1/2 teaspoons paprika 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground pepper 1 1/2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil 4 large egg whites 1 pound chicken tenders Instructions Preheat oven to 475
Sweet potatoes grow in abundance in Alabama, where sculptor Sandi Stevens' family eats them year-round. This casserole is a Stevens favorite: silky pureed sweet potatoes topped with a sweet and crunchy pecan-cornflake topping. If you don't have pecans or cornflakes on hand, Stevens says the topping can be made with whatever nut or cereal is in the cupboard.
You know those cakes that say they're triple chocolate or chocolate overload? Well, I want to SEE that there's triple the chocolate in there! Who knows, maybe it's a trick. This QUADRUPLE Chocolate Mousse Cake that I adapted from a...