This is hands down the best recipe for Homemade Donut Holes I’ve ever come across. Filled with Lemon Curd and doused in a Sweet Glaze. Oh my!
This is what happens when I’ve been without donuts for too long.
In case you didn’t know, donuts happen to be my very favorite sweet treat to eat and to bake. No question. I even have to seriously limit myself or you would be reading about yet another donut recipe basically every week. If you’re anything like me you’d be perfectly fine with that, but my waistline would start to protest. So we’re sticking with once in a while for now.
When I think of donuts here are just a few words that instantly come to mind: fluffy, light, sweet, sugary, doughy, and glazed. No wonder they’re the best sweet thing in my opinion.
Another huge bonus is that donuts are commonly known as a breakfast food. There’s no need to finish all your vegetables first during dinnertime in order to feel better about your dessert indulgence later.
Glazed Lemon Curd Donut Holes are all you have to worry about in the early morning hours. Pure bliss! Continue reading →
A Chocolate Mug Cake that only takes 5 minutes to prepare, but tastes like you’ve been working on it for hours. Dessert for one, please!
On Monday we tried to avoid thinking about the start of another work week. I did my best to keep you and me distracted and forget all about what was coming up next. Well, we’ve made it to Wednesday and I find that to be the most excellent reason to celebrate. And the best way to do so is with cake, of course. A personal chocolate-laden cake that is just for you and your lovely self.
Get your spoon out right now. Since this cake will be ready in the blink of an eye, you will want to be prepared and not waste any time.
Scrumptious Brownies, Mint Frosting, Dark Chocolate and all things Mint create an utterly delicious bite!
Alright, Monday, let’s do this. When you don’t really want the week to start, you procrastinate by dwelling on that mind-blowing dessert you’ve made over the weekend. It includes being thankful for the invention of brownies, pondering the sweet yumminess of homemade frosting, reimagine the melted chocolate, and wishing you had another bag of those mint chocolates hiding in your cupboard. Because you’d do it all over again. In a heartbeat.
We all know those food combos that belong together like no other. From peanut butter and jelly to macaroni and cheese, and most importantly milk and cookies, most of us adore foods that love each other.
Another one of those combos has always been dark chocolate and mint for me. From the time I can remember, mint chocolate chip ice cream has been my go to. I also recall that my Grandma used to have bars of dark chocolate filled with a luscious mint cream ready for an after dinner treat when we came to visit her. Chocolate, mint and I go way back.
In honor of my nostalgia and because I really wanted to buy mint chocolates, I present to you Mini Grasshopper Brownie Delights. Continue reading →
A pan of bars that’s always irresistible. Satisfying your sweet and salty cravings without having to turn on the oven. Wheeeee!
These bars make me feel like I’m a kid again. I get excited just at the sight of them. And I figured now was the best time to feature another no-bake treat. Isn’t that all we want when the temperatures won’t give us a break, but we’re still looking for a homemade treat? I know it’s all my heart desires ;).
This time around, I knew that I wanted to combine sweet and salty ingredients. If you’ve been reading my blog for a little while, you are well aware that I love that combo oh so much. I mean, how many salted caramel recipes have I featured in the past? Too many to list and there’s no end in sight. But this time around, I decided to go with pretzels, pecans, and a fun amount of m&m’s. And the outcome was more than fab. Continue reading →
Homemade Granola made healthy with Coconut Oil, sweetened with Honey, and tossed with Almonds. Get your day off to a great start with this breakfast favorite.
I never thought that I could become obsessed with granola. Not only am I not a breakfast girl (though I’m slowly turning into one), but I especially don’t understand the obsession with cereal. Now cereal makes a great snack if eaten dry, but the addition of milk that turns it into a soft and soggy mess… no, thank you.
That’s exactly where granola comes into play.
Whether I pour milk into my bowl of granola, add it to yogurt, or swirl into my oatmeal, this clustery granola maintains its crunch and overall loveliness. It also makes for a great snack any time of day! Love the versatility. Continue reading →