Yep, that’s right. A grilled peanut butter banana bacon sandwich. If you don’t think this is a good idea, then you haven’t tried it. It’s got a little bit of creamy, crunchy and crazy all mixed into one awesome sandwich. Even better; butter the outside of your bread, sprinkle with a little cinnamon and sugar, […]
Just being so teeny tiny makes these gingerbread houses extra cute, but perched on the rim of your hot chocolate or coffee mug–get out! Hop over to Not Martha (love the name) for more information on how to create these mini rim-perching gingerbread houses. If you’re not a ginger fan, you can also create these […]
This is essentially a pound cake with a pumpkin surprise hidden in every slice, and topped with an amazing brown butter pecan icing. Although it looks pretty impressive, it actually quite easy to make. Visit She Knows for the full recipe and directions. If you like this recipe, you might also like these other awesome […]
Apples, peanut butter, granola, and chocolate chips; the perfect snack combo made into a cute little heart sandwich. In fact, you could use a cookie cutter in any shape to cut out the core. A star might be more appropriate for the boys. Either way, it’s a fun way to get the kids to eat […]
Oh yes, my favorite childhood candy stuffed into cookie dough. So easy, too! You can use store bought sugar cookie dough (or make your own favorite recipe), wrap the dough around the Rolo’s, and bake at 325 for about 14 minutes. This got me thinking. You could stuff just about any type of candy into […]
This is a fun twist on the zucchini, and a great way to get the kids to eat their veggies! Grill thinly sliced zucchinis and stuff them with a little bit of yumminess. This kind of reminds me of sushi; I suppose you could also stuff it with a little bit of sticky rice to […]
Finally! A healthier apple recipe option for the holidays! This apple chip recipe from Fifteen Spatulas only requires a little bit of cinnamon and sugar. Use a mandolin slicer to achieve the perfect thinly sliced apples. Line your freshly cut apple slices on parchment paper and bake at 225 for about an hour.
This is my favorite rocky road cookie recipe of all time. My kids love them because they just kind of melt in your mouth. They are very rich, almost like fudge, but with lots of scrumptious texture. Allowing the marshmallows to rest on top before baking makes them brown and crispy on the outside and […]