Brooke & Summer from The Girls With Glasses released a fun video including their favorite places to dine on cupcakes in Los Angelos, California. The video takes place in a quaint cupcake shop. Locations in this video include, Big Man Bakes, Frosted Cupcakery, Vanilla Bakeshop, and Big Sugar Bakeshop. Brooke announced she brought cupcakes from […]
There is nothing better than giving classic recipes a homemade twist. Smitten Kitchen has blown readers away with a Homemade Oreo Cookies recipe. Just think, chocolate wafer-like cookies with a thin vanilla frosting-like filling which didn’t come from the grocery store. Instead it was hand crafted in your kitchen. I am ready for it!
Cookie Dough Frosting?! Chocolate Chop Cookie Dough Cupcakes?! Cookie Dough Filling?! This recipe by Tidy Mom has been added to my bucket list. These Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cupcakes look scrumptious.
These Lavender Shortbread Cookies are quite elegant and chic. I love how she added pink sprinkles on the outside of the cookie. Grab the recipe on And Then I Ate It Blog.
How sweet of Martha Stewart to share FREE Labor Day Printable Invitations. These designs are both delightful and cheerful. To create these invitations, just click HERE and download. Happy Labor Day!
Even though I don’t drink alcohol, this Cake Batter Martini looks incredible. How Sweet Eats dipped the martini glass rim in colorful sprinkles and filled it with a special recipe of their own. Check it out HERE.
I grew up on Hello Kitty along with the other fellows from Sanrio. I used to collect Hello Kitty tin lunch pails, pencils, erasers, supply boxes, folders, stickers, stuffed animals… you name it I had it. I was obsessed, determined and spoiled. Sweet Sugar Belle’s latest blog post on how to make Hello Kitty Decorated […]
Hi everyone! My name is Nicole Anderson and I am the owner of Dough a Deer, a business that started strictly online! We are the ONLY baked doughnut bakery around that customizes all of our doughnuts to match YOUR event! We’ve been open for a little over a year and are thriving (this is my […]
You can never have too many peanut butter dessert recipes for Mikey. Sweet Sugar Belle stepped outside the box and made Peanut Butter Filled Chocolate Cookies in Mikey’s honor. Grab the Recipe on Sweet Sugar Belle’s blog.
Kirbie Cravings made these adorable blue teddy bear donuts. He was inspired by the teddy bear donuts that were in Mister Donut’s display case. These would be ideal for a baby boy gender announcement party or a baby shower. Find out how to make these HERE.
Happy back to school! These edible crayons are just too easy to make. Gourmet Mom has a fantastic tutorial demonstrating how her family made this easy creation. Edible Crayons requires Pretzel Rods, Candy Melts, and Paper Labels. Grab the recipe HERE.
Raspberry Honey Tapioca is right up my alley. The combination of all 3 of these ingredients sound over the top refreshing. Grab the recipe from Elissa at Seventeen and Baking.
Ever wonder how to make pie on a stick? Or most likely in the words of Bakerella, “Pie Pops”. Assembling pie pops aren’t nearly intimidating as they appear to be. Luxirare blog gives a fantastic photo tutorial HERE. You can use so many fun fillings such as peach, cherry, pumpkin, blueberry, apple, etc. So that’s […]
Allyson Barker Design has created the cutest Caramel Apple Twig tutorial. This is a must have at your next Autumn Dessert table or Halloween party. Grab the entire photo tutorial on her blog.
Bakerella has done it again with these fabulous button….
You might want to take a bite out of some of these cakes, but beware they just might bite back! Oakland based artist Scott Hove said in an interview that he takes advantage of the fact that people love cake and have lots of positive….
Anders Rough has spoiled us with another fun DIY printable. You will need a plain jane can of soup to glue this label around. This is ideal to hold pencils and a must-have to start out the school year right. Click HERE to grab this free back to school printable.
It’s almost Autumn but 2012 will sneak up on us in no time. As we regularly blog and keep up with the latest dessert trends, I found August a great time to reflect on the most popular dessert trends of 2011. Let us know if we left any out?! XOXO, Melissa Colorful French Macaroons; from […]