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Chocolate Dipped Sugar Cone

What a great idea! I love simple, yet sweet, presentation. This is such a cute idea seen at Better Homes and Gardens.  Perfect for a children’s party, dessert table, or wedding dessert. Treat your guests to a Chocolate Dipped Sugar Cone. How fun! Just dip an ice cream cone in melted chocolate, add a sweet message like […]

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Chocolate Coated Peeps

Sugar dipped in sugar, coated in sugar!  Cute and chirpy Chocolate Coated Peeps from Your Home Based Mom would be a welcomed addition to my Easter basket for sure.  Simple and easy to make, these would be great afternoon fun to make with your kids.  Grab some Peeps, melting chocolate, and sprinkles, and you’re set […]

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Chocolate Egg Nests

This is one of my favorite Easter treats. So simple, yet so delicious! I always smile when I see these Chocolate Nests on a dessert table near me during the springtime holidays. Chow mein noodles wrapped in chocolate and peanut butter melted together topped off with “eggs” just scream ‘spring’ over at The Pastry Affair. […]

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Nutella Pound Cake Panini

It’s late.  I’m craving dessert, and this gorgeous Nutella Pound Cake Panini from Circle B Kitchen is strutting its gooey chocolatey goodness in front of me.  I’m nearly tempted to be a midnight chef and whip up a batch of pound cake, grill it on my George Foreman and slather it with Nutella!  As her […]

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Easter Candy Bark

Making your own candy is a really fun way to get creative in the kitchen. If you’ve never tried it before, you can start now with this simple recipe for Easter Candy Bark from Gingerbread Bagels. Each batch begins with melted chocolate that is poured onto parchment paper. Choose your favorite colored candy melts to […]

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Vegan Gluten Free Oatmeal Raisin Larabars

These cookies are the picture of good-health!  Yes, your brain and eyes are fully functioning and you did read that sentence correctly.  These oatmeal raisin bars, inspired by the beloved Larabars, are made with a minimal five ingredients.  It’s rare to find a dessert, or anything for that matter these days, that’s delicious and good […]

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Betty White’s 90th Birthday Celebration Cake

In the world of baking, Betty Crocker is a household name. Betty White is a household name in the world of entertainment. What happens when the two Betty’s come together? You get a fabulous 90th birthday celebration!  Betty Crocker Kitchens created a breathtaking Triple Chocolate Celebration Cake for America’s Golden Girl Betty White for her […]

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National Pound Cake Day Desserts

Pound Cake is such a versatile, delicious type of cake. It’s full of butter, which is, one of the best ingredients while baking. Today, March 4th, is National Pound Cake Day, and we have some of the best recipes for you from around the web. These recipes use the basic idea of a pound cake […]

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Pistachio and White Chocolate Cupcakes

All sorts of things can inspire culinary genius.  Take these beautiful Pistachio and White Chocolate Cupcakes from Fresh for example.  The recipe was inspired by the New England countryside.  The sweet green frosting and little hints of deeper green and brown in the pistachio garnish do resemble the colors of spring.  I can’t wait to […]

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Hot Fudge and Strawberry Donut Pudding

This recipe for Hot Fudge and Strawberry Donut Pudding definitely deserves an award.  Thank you, Buns in My Oven for sharing this unique, brilliant idea.  I’ve had bread pudding made with bagels, but I’ve never seen it done with donuts.  And why not?  This treat is one to try, especially if you’ve got a donut-lover […]

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Toffee Almond Cookies

Thank goodness for My Baking Addiction.  These Toffee Almond Cookies are just the thing to cure a serious cookie craving.  With English toffee and toasted almonds, these cookies will have that satisfying crunch, surrounded by sweet, buttery cookie goodness.  A note at the bottom of the recipe says that you can store them in an […]

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Chocolate and Caramel Layer Cake

There’s no better way to impress some guests or that special someone than with a layer cake.  Check out this Chocolate and Caramel Layer Cake from BBC’s Good Food.  Why settle for just one type of cake when you can have a layer of chocolate, a layer of vanilla, a layer of caramel, and for […]

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Cream Puff Doughnut

As one commenter said about these scrumptious and drool-worthy Cream Puff Doughnuts from Spoon Fork Bacon, “I just want to throw myself into a pile of these creamy delicious doughnuts!”  Oh, a pile of fluffy vanilla pastry cream sounds heavenly!  Made without yeast, “the recipe is super simple [since] the ”no yeast” route…totally simplifies the […]

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Strawberry and Lime Layer Cake

Kitchen Simplicity calls her beautiful Strawberry and Lime Layer Cake, “fruity, refreshing and girly.”  Sounds like something we all need from time to time.  This cake has layers of coconut lime curd.  And it gets better: the frosting is whipped strawberry.  Make sure you check out the suggested frosting tutorial so you too can make […]

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Citrus Cake

Sometimes there are cakes that make you do a double-take.  This incredible Citrus Cake by Pure Vege made me do a triple take!  It’s one of the most gorgeous cakes I’ve seen, mixing the light dusting of sugary “snow” with the spark of promised summertime with zesty orange slices.  Alas, there is no recipe, but the […]

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Interview with Turntable Kitchen

Meet Matthew and Kasey from Turntable Kitchen. Run by this food and music-loving couple, Turntable Kitchen is a place to look for inspiration regarding recipes, music, and the combination of the two. This unique food and music pairing business has been featured in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times. Find out how […]

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Romance Cake

This beautiful and colorful Romance Cake from The Sweet Spot will take your taste buds on a exotic trip. Adapted from an Eastern Orient cookbook and translated from Chinese, this multi step recipe will be worth it in the end based on it’s looks alone.  Many flavors come together such as mandarin puree, white chocolate mousse, mango jelly, […]

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