I have been so excited to share this Cookies and Cream Magic Bar Pie recipe, and the cookbook it comes from, Dessert Mashups: Tasty Two-in-One Treats Including Sconuts, S’morescake, Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie and Many More, with you! Dorothy Kern, from Crazy For Crust put together this new full color cookbook (how cool is that?!) featuring 52 crazy twisted mouth watering recipes that you are sure to love. I know I do. With it’s two-in-one treats you’ll be able to make new fun treats from morning until night. Just check out this line up: Blueberry Muffin Waffles, Pumpkin Cheesecake Muffins, S’mores Cookies, Turtle Pudding Pie, Brownie Peppermint Bark, Sugar Cookie Dough Cups, Cake Batter Blondies, and Tiramisu Dip, just to name a few. I bet you found a few treats on that list that you’d just love to make! Right?! Let get you started by giving you this recipe for Cookies and Cream Magic Bar Pie (make sure to keep reading after the recipe, I’ve got one copy of this fabulous book up for grabs) Continue reading
I don’t know if you remember my family’s favorite sticky buns? The ones that are our Christmas breakfast tradition? I’ve taken that recipe and twisted it with another one of our favorites, orange rolls, to create these magnificent Orange Sticky Buns. These delicious soft sweet rolls use Rhodes Frozen Dinner Rolls, and a delicious orange flavored caramel sauce to make an easy breakfast treat that you are going to love because they are so simple to make! You put everything together before you go to bed, wake up the next morning and turn the oven on, let the rolls bake for about 30 minutes and dig in. It doesn’t get much better than this, I promise! If you’d like the recipe for these new Easy Overnight Orange Sticky Buns, click here.
I had the best surprise! My friend, Miranda, over at Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt messaged me on Facebook and Instagram with a picture of my recipe and picture that had been published in Taste of Homes, 2014 Winner’s Magazine (Summer 2014 Edition).
We’ve actually never met in person, but she still recognized me from the crazy blog world we are friends in:). I had no clue that it had been featured! What a great surprise! My recipe for Buffalo Wing Bites won second place in Taste of Homes’ All About Dough Contest in the Oct/Nov edition 2013. Even though it wasn’t the Grand Prize winner, I was still pretty excited about it. It’s an awesome recipe but I hadn’t expected it to be featured again, with a full page photo, isn’t their photo gorgeous,
and my picture too boot this time. Like I said, way exciting!!! I wanted to share the news with you all and also to highlight the recipe in case you missed it. You can find it by clicking here. I also wanted to take a moment to thank every one of you for your continued support. Every time you take a second to click, comment, share or print a recipe means the world to me. It’s what makes the blog possible and drives it forward. It truly wouldn’t be around if it weren’t for you. Thank you!!!!
It’s been a while! But now that we are back in the swing of things and getting into a routine with school a few weeks in, things should slow down so I can get back to business! These Peanut Butter and Jelly Fingers are one of the recipes that are helping to keep meals deliciously fun in all the Fall commotion. I like to make a batch Sunday afternoon to have on hand for the week to throw in lunches or serve as an after school snack. Since this recipe uses Rhodes frozen rolls, these sandwiches come together in a snap. If your kids like PB&J sandwiches, you are going to love surprising them with these lunch box Peanut Butter and Jelly Fingers.
To help celebrate kids’ love for cooking, Rhodes’ is sponsoring a sweepstakes with this great prize package.