Dessert tagged posts
Cake Pops are the cutest desserts for any celebratory occasions, or just for fun! These pretty cake pops are made with vanilla cake mixed with cream cheese frosting, covered with melted chocolate and festive sprinkles.
There’s a cake for every occasion! If you prefer cakes that fit in the palm of your hands, try these Vanilla Cupcakes.
Vanilla Cake Pops
And then if you want just a bite or two of cake, you want these delicious vanilla cake pops. I am a sucker for anything mini and cute, and these cake pops certainly made the list. They are made with a simple vanilla cake, straight from my mini vanilla cake recipe.
What you need to make cake pops
The vanilla cake
- All-purpose flour – this is what I use for all of my recipes but cake flour will work as well.
- Salt – a little salt goes...
Shamrock Shake is a minty-vanilla ice cream shake is such a fun treat for all ages! Skip
the line and make your own at home!
This fun, green shake is the perfect cold treat to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. But unlike it’s fast food namesake, this homemade version can be made year round! You can also make some swaps like using this homemade KETO ice cream with coconut for a flavorful, low carb twist. Serve this shake after a meal of Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage Stew or these Stuffed Cabbage Rolls for a festive meal!
These green mint milkshakes just radiate happiness and cheer. They bring a smile to the entire family! They’re such a fun treat: cold, creamy, and bursting with a minty freshness. The combination of mint and vanilla are more pronounced by the bright gre...Read More
These Candy Cane Sugar Cookies are outrageously festive! A soft sugar cookie dough is loaded with crushed candy canes and topped with creamy buttercream making them the most festive Christmas Cookie Recipe ever!
Make sure to try my Classic Cut Out Sugar Cookie Recipe if you want to use your cookie cutters and decorate cookies!
Candy Cane Sugar Cookies Are An Easy Christmas Cookie Recipe!
I am completely obsessed with anything that’s creamy-buttery-peppermint. A few years ago I made Buttermint Cookies and they are solidly one of my most favorite Christmas Cookies of all time.
These Candy Cane Sugar Cookies are now a close second! I LOVE sugar cookies so much, and I knew loading them with crushed candy canes would create a peppermint sugar cookie recipe that would be delicious! Of cours...Read More
This Easy Apple Crisp recipe is no fail, simple, and ALWAYS a favorite! Sweet, cinnamon apples are topped with a crunchy, buttery, oat crumble topping and baked to perfection! Add a scoop of ice cream to truly make it THE BEST!
Apple Crisp is a dessert recipe that you can make for a crowd or just for your family. It’s perfect for entertaining, holidays, or just a cozy Sunday night. Everyone loves apple crisp, it doesn’t take a lot of effort to make, and it makes your house smell amazing while it’s baking!
I have been on an apple kick recently, sharing both my favorite Apple Pie Recipe and also my Dutch Apple Pie Recipe! I am fully enjoying fall baking and apple season. I haven’t met a person who doesn’t love a classic apple dessert, and this Apple Crisp does not disappoint.
Pecan Pie Bars are an unfussy, easy way to enjoy Pecan Pie! A thick buttery shortbread crust topped with sweet filling and crunchy pecans…Pecan Pie you can eat with your hands!
Over the last few years I have become a HUGE Pecan Pie fan. It was always a pie option that I overlooked, especially if there were other pie offerings available. I’m not sure if it’s age, or I’ve just come to my senses, but Pecan Pie has become one of my most favorite pie recipes to bake.
Pecan Pie You Can Eat With Your Hands!
You might associate Pecan Pie with Thanksgiving and fall baking. And while that’s true, I have found that Pecan Pie is really a fantastic pie recipe to enjoy all year long, which of course includes these Pecan Pie Squares!
I mean, think about it…there are no true “seasonal” in...Read More
Chocolate Chip Cookies Stuffed with S’mores
from the Picky Palate
It’s the end of summer, back to school. Falling leaves and bonfires. What could be better than chocolate chip cookies for a treat!
I think I hear chocolate chip cookies calling my name! Time to try this recipe for chocolate chip cookies stuffed with s’mores. Creamy marshmallows and chocolate in a slightly crispy cookie.
I cut my marshmallows in half to stay on the graham crackers better.
Instead of full size s’mores, I separated the graham crackers into fourths to fit inside the cookies. Trust me, they are still massive, lol!
If I had 8 more hands I could have shown you this step. Now, note this gets a little finicky...Read More