These snickerdoodle cookies have a hint of crispiness on the outside and a perfectly light, pillow-soft inside. A great cinnamon sugar treat!
Thick, chewy blondies filled with strawberry jam are the perfect sweet treat for spring and summer.
These cinnamon sour cream donuts are a cakey treat finished with a sweet glaze and cinnamon sugar topping. They’re easy to make with no yeast or frying required.
Scrumptious chocolate cookies with white chocolate chips are a fun departure from the traditional chocolate chip cookie. I bought the white chocolate chips this winter to make something with cranberries that I never actually ended up making, and I’m afraid to look at how old the cocoa I used was – but these turned out
So I had this eggnog liqueur left over from the party I had last weekend. I wanted to use it up, and I’m not really one to drink eggnog, so I wanted to come up with a dessert concoction of some kind. Because I’m not the biggest eggnog fan, I wanted to do something I
I needed to make a non-pie dessert for Thanksgiving again this year. Last year, I made these spice cupcakes with apple pie filling and cinnamon buttercream. I didn’t want to do a cake this year, but I also wanted to do something unique. I thought about cranberry white chocolate chip blondies, but I also really
I was trying to come up with a unique chocolate recipe in preparation for my guest appearance on the Conversational Chaos podcast. The Rage Monster (one of the podcast’s hosts) requested something chocolate. I warned him that I was making something experimental, and if it didn’t turn out, at least it would be a fun
I thought the 16th birthday of someone who really likes Moose Tracks ice cream would be a great time to try to make my first ice cream cake. I used store bought cake mix and frosting to cut down on the intensity of the experience since I thought this could be a bit labor-intensive. As
I had a get-together to celebrate my new basement yesterday, and because it was Derby day, I had a few Derby-themed items on the menu. I was going to make a Derby pie, but I didn’t want anything I was serving to require utensils. I’ve made bite-sized Boston cream pies before, so I decided it
I needed a dessert other than pie to make for Thanksgiving. I was originally going to make a spice cake, but I opted for cupcakes because they’re easier to distribute (and grab and go). This recipe uses a boxed spice cake mix as the base to save a few steps, but I disregard all of