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Chocolate Dipped Teabag Cookie

Yet again French pastries are a step ahead. These whimsical and adorable Teabag Shaped Cookies by Le Pétrin, are made with lemon  shortbread to help the chocolate flavor pop. However, Sandra reminds us that we are only limited by our imaginations, suggesting “classic shortbread dough or almond, coffee, orange, vanilla, or cardamon” flavors. Try your […]

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How to make Pie in a Jar

              There are so many wonderful DIY wedding favor ideas out there.  I’m planning my wedding, and let me tell you, I’m sometimes overwhelmed by the amount of genius on DIY blogs.  There are so many choices!  How will I ever decide what to do?  These Pie In A […]

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How to make Homemade Glitter

This Homemade Glitter is amazing.  Who would have thought you can bake salt into glitter with just a touch of food coloring?  Everybody is looking to save money these days, but let’s not skimp on shining, festive things.  Glitter up your gifts, decorations and parties with simple ingredients you likely already have in your cupboard.  […]

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Paula Deen’s Bourbon Pecan Pie

Classics are classic for a reason.  Pecan Pie–sticky, crunchy, nutty, sweet, buttery, and golden is always a crowd-pleaser.  This Bourbon Pecan Pie from Paula Deen is bound to be the best you’ve ever made, seeping with southern hospitality just like Paula herself.  The recipe is unbelievably easy, just a matter of mixing the ingredients together […]

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Nougat De Montelimar

When it comes to nougat, I am quite the beginner. Never have I had real, sophisticated nougat. My experience equates to that of a Three Musketeers candy bar. So naturally, after seeing this Nougat De Montelimar recipe from The Kitchn, I had to try it. (Side note: I also love pistachios, which made this recipe […]

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Brownie Bourban Balls Recipe

One of my favorite things about holiday baking is getting to add a little liquor to every recipe. The recipe for Brownie Bourbon Balls on My Recipes is no exception. I am a huge believer in a walnut and chocolate combination. Walnuts are definitely the best nuts to add to brownies. The toasted walnut exterior […]

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Salt and Pink Peppercorn Caramels

I think everyone will agree when I say that salted caramel is in. And for good reason, it’s salty and sweet, an easy treat for anyone looking for intense flavor. BHG’s recipe for Salt and Pink Peppercorn Caramels takes a popular caramel recipe one step further by adding salt and pink peppercorns. The pink peppercorns […]

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Best Cream Cheese Pound Cake

When it comes to baking, there are a few foolproof (kind of) tricks to tell when a recipe will be delicious. First, if there is cream cheese involved, that usually makes for a wonderful, rich flavor. Second, if there is more than a cup of butter, you know it’s going to be good. This recipe […]

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Snickerdoodle and Pumpkin Cream Cheese Sandwiches

  This amazing recipe from The Stirring Place involves four of the best foods in the universe: snickerdoodles, pumpkin, cream cheese, and sandwiches.  Proving that you should try and try again, Faith of The Stirring Place made these amazing Snickerdoodle and Pumpkin Cream Cheese Sandwiches after a failed strudel disaster.  It happens to all of […]

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Painting Party Cupcakes

A palette for my palate! Ok, I couldn’t resist that.  So vibrant with colors and inspiration, I’m not sure if these make me want to pick up a paintbrush or a cupcake…turns out, the paintbrush is edible too, compliments of Chef Sam!  Cake Appreciation Society made these beautiful cupcakes, but you can easily make them […]

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Salted Caramel Chocolate Fudge Cake

Recently, I have loved making cakes that are small in diameter but stacked tall with layer after layer.  This one, a Salted Caramel Chocolate Fudge Cake, is certainly one that is sky high–both in flavor and in shape. In between the layers of dark chocolate cake, a salted caramel buttercream is spread thick. The entire […]

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Thanksgiving Pumpkin Bread Printables

Pumpkin bread has got to be one of the most exciting things about autumn.  I always look forward to making it, and as soon as pumpkin hits the supermarket shelves, I’m ready.  What’s almost as wonderful as making pumpkin bread and filling your house with the spicy scent is sharing it of course!  Why not […]

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