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4 Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies

4 Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies

I’m a huge fan of peanut butter. Peanut butter cookies, pie, ice cream, candy, etc… Even straight out of the jar. When I found this recipe I have to admit that I was skeptical. Only 4 ingredients (5 with chocolate chips)? And no flour? No way!! Ohhhhhhh YES!! These easy treats are my new favorite peanut butter cookie recipe. And my gluten-free-eating hubby can even enjoy them. Ingredients: Mak…

Dark Chocolate Brownie Drop Cookies

Dark Chocolate Brownie Drop Cookies

Part brownie, part cookie, all chocolate delight, Dark Chocolate Brownie Drop Cookies are moist, rich and definitely a decadent treat. From the original site: If you love someone, bake these cookies for that person. If you’re trying to woo someone, bake these cookies for that person. If you love chocolate, DEFINITELY bake these cookies and share if you’d like! Get the Recipe: Dark Chocolate Brownie Dro…

Nilla Wafer Treats

Nilla Wafer Treats

The neighborhood I live in has an annual fall chili cook-off. We gather around on a fall evening anxiously awaiting our chance to try many crockpots full of tasty concoctions. After some very serious taste testing a winner is crowned. This year I was out of town for a few days before the cook-off. I literally got back in town one hour before the gathering. I knew I couldn’t show up empty handed…so…

Blooming Oreo Dessert

Blooming Oreo Dessert

My dear grandma passed away a year and a half ago. This was one of her recipes that she always made for family gatherings. She was an amazing cook and wonderful person. I only hope to be half the person that she was. I have included her 9×13″pan version and my fun potted version for you to enjoy. Ingredients: 9×13″ pan version: 1 pkg Oreo cookies, crushed 1/2 c. butter, melted 1 pkg. inst…

Constellation cookies

Constellation cookies

LOVE these from Bake at 350 [@bakeat350tweets].  A really nice detailed tutorial on how to decorate them too. Go check it out!

Mini Cannolis (a quick and easy version)

Mini Cannolis (a quick and easy version)

My family loves to visit a local Italian restaurant that has a dessert buffet full of wonderful rich cakes, cookies, and treats. One of our favorites are the cannolis…full of rich cream and covered in chocolate chips. I knew I just had to come up with a quick recipe of my own. These would be great for any party, dinner, or fun treat. Ingredients: Makes approx. 30 cannolis 1 box Nilla Wafers 1/2 pkg. vanil…

Butterscotch Pecan Sandies Pie

Butterscotch Pecan Sandies Pie

On Father’s Day our church provided a pie for each dad to take home. My sweet hubby picked one out that he knew I would like too. One of my favorite ice cream treats is vanilla ice cream with butterscotch and pecans. Well, this pie uses that combination in a delicious new way. I hope your tastebuds enjoy it as much as mine have. Ingredients: 1 c. cold milk 1 pkg. (4 oz.) butterscotch flavor instant pudding 1…

Macaron à la Peaches et Crème

Macaron à la Peaches et Crème

Vanilla Macarons sandwiched with a low fat peaches & cream ice-cream … and perfect for summer! Get the Recipe: Peaches and Cream Macarons 

Whole-Wheat Peanut Butter Cookie

Whole-Wheat Peanut Butter Cookie

Here’s a whole some cookie (for kids and adults alike), with rich peanut flavour and the goodness and health benefits of whole wheat. From the original site: have some really good “whole-wheat” cookie recipes which I often make and since its summer vacation time, with the kids at home and constantly hungry, we decided to add peanut butter to make the cookies more “kid-friendly…

 Savoury Dill Cheddar Buckwheat Sables

Savoury Dill Cheddar Buckwheat Sables

A savoury cheese cookie that packs big-time flavor with a flaky, melt-in-your-mouth texture. From the original site: But sometimes substitution can be a pleasant surprise. These Savoury Dill Cheddar Buckwheat Sables were a happy ending to one such culinary adventure!

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