“Dirt” Cookies

These cookies are sure to be a hit with kids! Though there’s no actual “dirt” in these, the coating certainly does look like dirt, hence the name. Not only that, they use store-bought sandwich cookies in both the dough and the coating. Absolute cookie inception.

Mini Caramel Popcorn Cupcakes

Last year I posted some carnival-inspired cotton candy cupcakes, and this time back with these mini caramel popcorn cupcakes! With caramel sauce in both the batter and the frosting, these cupcakes feature caramel corn to top, and, if you’re feeling extra indulgent, you can even use caramel corn covered in chocolate and sprinkles. It’s certainly…

Chocolate Coffee Cookies

Made with both freshly ground coffee AND brewed coffee, these indulgent cookies have a fluffy texture and aren’t overly sweet. They’re made for coffee lovers.

Candy Fudge

Hope you all had a wonderful Easter! If you’re like me, you probably have a bunch of candy leftover, and you’re trying to figure out what to do with it. This recipe will help you get rid of some of that candy, and it’s so easy to make that it doesn’t involve and actual baking…

Blancmange

Meaning “white eat” in French, this blanchmange is similar to a panna cotta, but tastes like a marshmallow. Served cold and with fruit, this retro dessert is a refreshing ending to any meal. A quick note, if you don’t eat gelatin, either because of your diet or because it’s a texture thing, this is not…

Coconut Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting

With the weather getting warmer, I’ve been dreaming of lighter desserts: fluffier cakes, coconut everything…. The great thing about these cupcakes is that they incorporate both of those! Using shredding coconut and coconut milk, these are the ultimate coconut treat, with a light and fluffy texture to match.

“Everything but the Kichen Sink” Cookies

Looking for something that you can use a whole bunch of ingredients at once? Look no more than these cookies! Containing chocolate chips, peanuts, pretzels, and potato chips, these are a sweet and salty treat with a forgiving dough that makes these very customizable. If you’re interested, read on!

Rosemary and Olive Oil Crackers

After having this recent obsession with rosemary and olive oil, I decided to try my own hand at making them. Surprisingly, it’s not that difficult, and the dough is fairly forgiving if you want to add more (or less!) rosemary. The only rule? Do not leave them in the oven too long.

Blondies

Valentine’s Day may be over, but what are you supposed to do with all of that leftover candy? Or maybe you’re one of these people who don’t even like Valentine’s Day but you like to take advantage of all discounted candy? Either way, this blondies have you covered! Made with M&Ms, dark chocolate, and peanut…

Chocolate Lava Cakes for Two

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I’ve been asking myself: what could I possibly bake to do it justice? The answer? Use chocolate! Even if you’re single this Valentine’s Day, this is still the perfect treat to whip up for yourself. Designed for two people, there isn’t a lot of leftover batter; plus, you…