Posts Tagged ‘dessert recipe’

Sweet Halloween Recipe Ideas

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

We’ve rounded up three tasty treats that will be delicious and decorative at your Halloween party this year. Share your spooky, cute and sweet ideas in the comments below!

Black & Orange Whoopie Pies

Bring the colors of All Hallow’s Eve to your dessert table with this recipe, or add food coloring to our whoopie pie recipe.

Marshmallow Ghost Cupcakes

These cute cupcakes are simple to make, and you can even try out our vanilla-almond buttercream frosting on the top!

Peanut Butter Spider Cookies

A twist on the classic peanut butter blossom cookies, this cookie recipe is charming and spooky.

Whoopie Pies by Flickr user JoyPeanut Butter Blossom Cookies

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Four Fantastic Julia Child Recipes

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

On what would have been her 105th birthday, we have selected four fantastic recipes from Julia Child herself that definitely warrant space in your recipe box. Take a look below.

Potato & Leek Soup

Enamel Recipe Box

The smooth and creamy consistency of this soup would make a great first course during a dinner party, or a light lunch at home.

Ratatouille

Julia Child’s ratatouille is hearty and delicious, and tastes great freshly made or the day after!

Pâte a Brioche

Light and sweet and rich; you won’t want to ever be without this Brioche recipe.

Apricot Sherbet

Since it is summer after all, we had to include a cool and tasty dessert. While this sherbert recipe does have a long prep time (it needs to be almost frozen, after all), it is so worth it.

What is your favorite Julia Child recipe? Share on Facebook or in the comments below.

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Fourth of July Cheesecake Substitutes

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

When thinking about dessert for a Fourth of July party, sometimes classic recipes are the best. But if you are looking for something that strays from the ordinary, here are three cheesecake-based desserts you can modify with color and fruit to fit your Independence Day celebration.

Cheesecake Popsicles

Make strawberry and blueberry cheesecake popsicles for a frozen red, white and blue dessert that will keep guests cool and your party on theme! For a non-dessert fruit popsicle, check out this recipe.

Cherries

No Bake Cheesecake Trifle

No bake desserts are perfect for summertime, and these can be colored red, white and blue to decorate your Fourth of July dessert table.

Mini Cheesecake Tarts

These mini cheesecakes are the perfect size for serving many guests, and the cherry filling can be substituted with other fruit fillings for a variety of flavor options at your party.

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