Yesterday, with a jar of cookie butter staring hard at me from the cupboard, I decided to make a batch of my Nutella Stuffed Croissants but this time swapped out the Nutella for Cookie Butter! Flaky croissant wrapped around gooey, gingerbread flavored cookie butter... these were super simple to make and super hard to stop eating! Yum!
I made these delicious cookies by putting a holiday twist on my Best-Ever Gooey Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe. Studded with tart cranberries and creamy white chocolate, these chewy cookies taste like Fall to me and are the perfect treat for after Thanksgiving dinner, or any cool Autumn night!
We recently heard about Trader Joe's cookie butter and being intrigued, bought a jar to try. SO GOOD! As weird as it felt to be eating a paste of ground up cookies, the flavor was out of this world! I adapted my recipe for Nutella Puppy Chow and made this version the other day. It tasted like gingerbread puppy chow! The perfect snack for holiday parties!
Because we love salmon, I decided to take our favorite Tilapia recipe and use it on some salmon filets I had in the freezer. The lemon and garlic combine with the wine and butter to create a delicious sauce that not only seasons the fish, but acts as the perfect topping to rice or potatoes as a side dish!
This is my go-to chocolate cupcake recipe! I add a tiny hint of cinnamon to Pioneer Woman's chocolate sheet cake recipe and guests always comment on how moist and delicious they are. Because my birthday girl loves pink, I made my typical cream cheese frosting for on top, but used strawberry cream cheese to add flavor and pretty pink color without any artificial dyes. Topped with a cute Minnie Mouse Oreo Head, these birthday cupcakes made my little 3 year old very happy!
My little girl loves Minnie Mouse, so for her third birthday party I made these cute little Minnie Mouse Oreo Heads to top her birthday cupcakes. Adorable! If you want Mickey Mouse cookie heads, just leave off the bow!
These rice krispy treats contain the warm autumn flavors of browned butter, pumpkin, and spices to make them an incredible fall treat! With a drizzle of white chocolate on top, your favorite after-school snack just got upgraded to a company worthy dessert. Try them!
My 3 and 5 year old daughters love to have tea parties with me. Sipping peppermint tea or hot chocolate out of tiny glass teacups and munching on homemade graham crackers, we talk about life and giggle together. Because they love all things pumpkin, I decided to make a pumpkin version of our favorite white chocolate cocoa. It was delicious! The light, creamy flavor of the white chocolate cocoa really allows the pumpkin spice flavor to shine through. This really is the perfect drink for Fall!