Chocolate Bird’s Nest Brownies

There's probably not an easier and cuter way to dress up your Easter dessert! They're also a great way to have your children help in making them by letting them cut out the circles and place the eggs on top. I bet they'll be excited to try the tasty treats that they helped make. Of course, you can always use your standard boxed brownie mix to make these chocolate bird's nest brownies, but in this case, homemade is always better and so much more impressive! The brownies are fudgy inside with that hard sugary crust on top. The ultimate chocolate flavor is with the chocolate candy eggs on top! Chocolate Bird's Nest Brownies from Brown Eyed Baker Ingredients 1¼ cups unbleached all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons Hershey's Special Dark cocoa powder 11 ounces … [Read more...]

Rainbow Foods That Will Blow Your Mind

From breakfast to dinner and from snacks to dessert, these rainbow foods will blow your mind. Seriously. Who would have thought of some of these? These bakers and cooks are so talented and creative to have made such a wide variety of rainbow foods! There's even such a variety of rainbow foods that you can find ones that are super healthy all the way to utterly decadent. Take your pick! 1/Rainbow Cake with delicious rainbow layers- Blog Resipi 2/Rainbow Noodles - These look unusual but kids would love the rainbow colors - Tablespoon via Gimme Some Oven 3/Rainbow Salad in a Mason Jar - Eat Spin Run Repeat 4/Rainbow Pizza with Healthy Foods - Tablespoon via Bev Cooks 5/Rainbow Pudding for Pretty Side Dish - Blissfully Domestic 6/Rainbow Ruffle Cake - i am baker 7/Rainbow Sandwich for … [Read more...]

Leprechaun Chocolate Bark

It's magically delicious! This chocolate bark recipe is such a great way for the kids to get creative in the kitchen and decorate some homemade leprechaun inspired candy. Or how fun would it be to quickly whip this leprechaun chocolate bark and pack it in your kids lunches? I know I'd be excited to have this for a little treat on St. Patrick's Day! Simply round up your favorite white and green sprinkles and decorate to your liking. You can even throw on some edible star sprinkles to make it extra magical! The bark also keeps well at room temperature, even though it probably won't last long because it's so delicious! Happy St. Patrick's Day! I hope it's magically filled with chocolate! Leprechaun Chocolate Bark Ingredients 2 cups 60% Ghirardelli chocolate chips 1/4 … [Read more...]

Moist Microwave Chocolate Mug Cakes

While we could always labor for hours in the kitchen and make a spectacular chocolate cake for 12, sometimes we just need a quick chocolate cake fix for two. You know that's been you at one point or another, am I right? Not only are these two cakes cooked in less than two minutes, the recipe also only gets one bowl dirty. Less clean-up and more time to enjoy this simple cake for two! The chocolate chips spread throughout the chocolate cake makes for decadently gooey bursts in your mouth. Topping the mug cakes with a scoop of your favorite ice cream, frosting or whipped cream takes it to a whole greater dimension. Can I get an amen? Moist Microwave Chocolate Mug Cakes for Two from A Farm Girl Dabbles Ingredients 1/4 cup unbleached all purpose flour 1/4 cup … [Read more...]

5 Valentine’s Desserts Made Easy and Dressed To Impress

With Valentine's Day only three days away, you're going to need the quickest and the most impressive desserts for your loved ones. You need an easy Valentine's Day dessert plan! A quick run to the grocery store, a few minutes in the kitchen, a trip to your closet to pick out a lovely outfit and you'll be ready in no time. Okay, let's get started. 1. Chocolate Covered Strawberries from Blissfully Domestic Probably one of the most iconic Valentine's desserts, but one of the easiest and healthiest too. Here's a step-by-step guide to making the perfect chocolate dipped strawberry. Be sure to check out the fascinating moving images too! 2. Easy Chocolate Espresso Mug Cake from Kurry Leaves Probably the easiest cakes you'll ever make. Just mix the ingredients in a microwave-safe cup … [Read more...]

Roasted Vegetables Winter Mash

Three roots for side dishes (pun intended)! Winter vegetables are sometimes hard to come by, but lucky for us, the rooted vegetables are in season during the winter. Their flavor is hearty and creamy, without having to add heavy cream into the mix. Also, by roasting the vegetables, not only do you have easy clean up, but the roasting process gives them such a wonderful flavor. This roasted winter mash will complement pretty much any meat and vegetable dish you have planned for a winter dinner. In these four easy steps, you'll have a lovely winter side dish on your table in no time: Prep Roast Purée Serve Roasted Winter Mash Ingredients 1 medium white potato, washed and diced 1 parsnip, washed, peeled and diced 1 turnip, washed and diced 2 garlic cloves, … [Read more...]