This week’s Pin of the Week chosen by Pinterest Explorer Ms. Margaretha Madison is Lemonades Girl Scout Cookie Cupcakes from Chica and Jo.
Hasselback potatoes (named after the restaurant at the Hasselbacken Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden) are a showstopping cross between thick-cut fries and loaded baked potatoes.
This year, I learned how to make homemade sprinkles (see my posts on strawberry sprinkles and pumpkin pie spice sprinkles).
I’ve been planning to make an edible Purim grogger (noisemaker) for over a year. Last Purim, I experimented with making a grogger out of hamantashen dough, but the grogger didn’t make noise and it fell apart way too easily.
Gorp is the hiker’s snack. Whether or not you see yourself as a serious outdoorsy type, I assure you that these gorp muffins are for you.
Dump a bunch of ingredients in a bowl (under 5 minutes of your time), give a little mix, transfer into a skillet, bake for 40 minutes, and you’ve got an unforgettable sweet, hearty, rustic Irish soda bread.
This tiramisu frosting could dress up even the most drab of cupcakes. It’s a Swiss meringue buttercream frosting recipe, which means that it’s silky smooth and not overly sweet.
These hurricane rum balls are not like the rum balls that you find on Grandma’s Christmas dessert spread.
This week’s Pin of the Week chosen by Pinterest Explorer Kathy Grinstead is chocolate covered strawberry cupcakes from Tara’s blog, Smells Like Home.
As I tucked handwritten fortunes into homemade dark chocolate fortune cookies, I felt a sense of power – I had control over someone’s destiny.
Sugar pie (sometimes called sugar cream pie) tastes like crème brûlée in pie format. It’s rich and decadent and the filling requires just six ingredients (sugar, butter, half and half, vanilla, nutmeg, and cornstarch).
This week’s Pin of the Week chosen by Pinterest Explorer Rachel Rhodes is strawberry cheesecake cupcakes from Susan Whetzel’s blog, Doughmestic.
Warning: These red hot cupcakes are spicy! Red hot cupcakes are not for the faint of heart – they are, well, red hot!
I’ve wondered about honey buns since hearing the song “Sugar Pie Honey Bun” by the Four Tops. I decided to bake a honey bun recipe (more specially, honey bun cupcakes) for Valentine’s Day.
Green olives are reputed to make men more virile and dark chocolate has been thought since the time of the ancient Mayans to increase erotic pleasure.
A few weeks ago I never would have dreamed of zesting with a knife. I’d barely even cut with a knife; the food processor was my best friend and protector from scary knives.
Start with a milk chocolate brownie cupcake, add more chocolate (in the form of mini chocolate chips), mini marshmallows, and chopped almonds and you have a rocky road cupcake.
These beer cheese Super Bowl cookies are a cross between beer bread, oatmeal cookies, and cheddar biscuits with the addition of chunks of apple.
Yes, you can make homemade Doritos! Homemade Doritos don’t taste exactly like store-bought Doritos, but they are close enough that you’ll be shocked that you made the Doritos yourself using simple ingredients. As I write this post, my grandmother is in the other room asking me the question that I’m sure is on many of your minds, “Why the heck would you make homemade Doritos when you can just buy them?
This week’s Pin of the Week chosen by Pinterest Explorer Karen Scully is black sesame cupcakes with lemon curd from Sprinkle Bakes.