These delicious dark chocolate oatmeal lace cookies are light, crisp and chewy, sandwiched together with melted dark chocolate. If you’re baking cookies for Holiday parties, or just to leave Santa, these are a must!
Fill wine or water goblets with dessert, top with ice cream or whipped cream. Serve for a special occasion. (You can make without nuts if you need to.)
Add another layer to the classic stacked Italian dessert to create an irresistible chocolatey treat.
Banana Foster Crepes combine two of my favorite desserts – homemade crepes and bananas fosters! This slimmed down make-over is delicious and perfect anytime you’re craving something sweet!
Make a batch and watch ’em disappear!
Trimming the tree gets new meaning when it comes to decorating these adorable cheesecake pops. Freezing the cheesecake slices overnight is the key to easy dipping. Which tree is your favorite — classic, rainbow lights, white lights or snowy?
These giant, saucer-sized cookies are packed with festive candies, peppermint chunks, salty pretzels and white chocolate chips, so they really live up to their name. Serve them as part of a cookie swap, for dessert on Christmas Day or as the special treat left for Santa — with a really big glass of milk!
Yes, these blueberry muffins are insanely good! Hard to believe they are light. Think baked oatmeal, but in the form of a muffin… so moist and they are just as good the next day.
Here’s my preferred method for making strawberry jam. It uses a lot less sugar than many other recipes, and I use homemade pectin puree. It’s amazingly delicious.
Who could resist this flaky chocolate pie?