Some people just don’t like cake. I don’t understand you people, but nevertheless, you exist. And because of that, I’m creating an anti-cake cake to help you guys out. (It’s still kind of a cake. Sue me). This pumpkin waffle cake is really easy to make and put together, has a wow factor, and it’s made with waffles! What’s not to love?! (Does that mean we can consider this a breakfast recipe?)
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Holiday baking season is upon us and with that comes a very messy kitchen! But this year, I’m more prepared than ever before! I’m sharing my trick for scrubbing kitchen messes away quickly and I’m also sharing a sticky, gooey, and delicious recipe for caramel apple slab pie that is so good you won’t even be thinking about that messy kitchen.
It’s officially October, which means it’s time to dive into all things Halloween! (Although, let’s be honest…I don’t let the date stop me from celebrating a little bit early 😉 ) One of my fave sweets to enjoy during this spooky month…? Caramel apples! But I’m not just planning to eat any old boring caramel apple this year. I’m making these marshmallow cereal treat caramel apples!
This tres leches ice cream is simple to make, doesn’t require an ice cream maker, and topped with some additional goodness that takes it to another level!
Cinco de Mayo is next week and if you’re looking for the perfect dessert to serve at your upcoming fiesta, look no further. I’m sharing a recipe for tres leches ice cream that will have everyone craving a second bowl! The recipe is a breeze to make and doesn’t even require an ice cream maker. Plus, it’s getting a bit of an upgrade with some amazing toppings that take it to a whole other level.
Ok, maybe not snow, (I added that for effect), but ice. Definitely ice.
Not exactly a combination that you’d put together normally, but for today’s post, it’s the perfect, delicious blend needed to create a yummy cup full of frozen caramel hot chocolate!
You might not think that winter is the best time to serve a frosty beverage, but there really isn’t ever a bad time. Put on some mittens and live it up a little. YOLO. And worst case, the snow outside can keep your mug cold. 😉
I always get sucked into their cuteness and the idea of creating new traditions that end up with me eating way more sugar than I originally planned for. (But, what’s new around here?)
Case is point…? These Jack O’ Lantern caramel apples!
Time to usher in the ghosts, ghouls, pumpkins, candy corn, and caramel apples.
Let’s take a moment to talk about caramel. First off, I realize that I might have a different view on this, but I pronounce it care-a-mel. What about you guys? I think it’s an east coast thing. But, come on, there’s an “a” in there, right?!
Ok, back to caramel apples…the perfect combination that just screams fall. I make a batch every single year before halloween and plan to do the same thing again this year. (Watch out for a future blog post 😉
I’ve been sharing a new ice cream recipe once a month for the last little while and continue to keep this trend going until I have a full year under my belt. So how could I make a twist on a classic halloween dessert with ice cream?
By making caramel ice cream baked apples, of course!
I’m a sucker for sweets. I don’t try to deny it. I own it. And just about everyone else in my life already knows it.
Me and sugar are besties and have been for years. It’s a love/hate relationship, but somehow the sugar always wins…go figure.
I usually don’t discriminate against different types of sugar, but if you add multiple chocolatey layers, soft marshmallow, and gooey caramel together, you’ll have these dipped marshmallows pops and one happy camper.
Not only are these triple dipped marshmallow pops delicious, but they’re also the perfect treat to give out as party favors too!