Winter is the best time to make pavlova’s! This chocolate pavlova is soooo much easier to make than you might think. Truly, make this for Valentine’s Day this year!
This is what happens when you combine two of your favorite summer desserts into one pan. S’mores and chocolate eclairs might bring back fond memories of summer time, but this simple recipe is perfect for holiday parties, family celebrations–any time of year! Time to impress all of your relatives at your holiday get-together with these to-die-for no-bake dessert bars.
S’mores Chocolate Eclair No-Bake Dessert Bars.
You are mmmmmm’ing and drooling, as well you should. Yes, they really are as good as they sound. Truly. And easy to make, as any no-bake dessert bars should be!
Did you know that the slow-cooker can make delicious desserts? I’ve gathered 16 delicious slow-cooker dessert recipes for you to try out this week.
These easy Apple Pie bars are easy to make, taste like apple pie AND apple crisp at the same time! Perfect for serving a crowd!
These little Valentine’s Day rice krispie treats are a simple, fun way to spend a cold Saturday afternoon with the kids. If you are in Minnesota cold means… -30 windchill. The kind of cold that freezes your breath before you even get a chance to THINK about breathing. But that’s okay, I can hibernate…
I’m a firm believer in having one piece of AMAZING dessert once in a while instead of little bites more often. Our minimal lifestyle is all about having less so that we can have BETTER. Even in desserts. This coconut date cheesecake recipe is heavenly! Although it’s a decadent and sweet dessert it is still…
Not to say your life isn’t complete. Okay, really it’s not. Not until you have taken an Oreo, dipped it in melted chocolate, and sprinkled it with gold stars that you can EAT. Then, and only then, will your life be complete. “We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate…
These make the favorite list because they are just too dang cute! Add to that the fact that they are super easy, and relatively healthy (okay, not really. but they have fruit!), and they are too good to pass up.
When I put up the recipe for my microwave fudge last year I was unprepared for how much you all were going to love it, share it, come back for the recipe again and again, and pin it. I totally get it…I love it too. I haven’t made a “proper” pan of fudge since using this microwave fudge version. Why? This is so good and far easier.