Anyone else feel like everything just blurs together when working from home? It’s like groundhog day every day lately and by the time Wednesday or Thursday rolls around I’m in the need of a midweek pick me up. Lately I’ve been reaching for this double chocolate coffee bark to perk me up. We’re talking TWO layers of chocolate, topped with chocolate covered coffee beans. Yeeeah, I know. Amazing, right? The recipe is simple to make and you can store the bark in an airtight container on the counter or at your desk to sneak a piece whenever you need a little extra push during the day.
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If you’re not interested in boiling eggs and worrying about dye staining your counters, this fun and easy “egg” decorating tutorial might be the perfect Easter project to try this year! I’m not sure about you guys, but REESE’S Eggs are a hot commodity at my house during the holiday, so I thought it would be fun to switch things up a little bit and decorate some peanut butter rainbow Easter eggs this year! They’re such a fun canvas to get creative with and let your families’ imaginations run wild!
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One of my favorite things about traveling is the food. Whenever a new travel destination is booked on my calendar, I dive deep into researching the best spots to eat, must try desserts, and local hot spots to indulge in the best a region has to offer. It’s a great way to experience a culture and even just trying new and unexpected flavor combinations before taking a trip, can inspire you to plan one too! And that is why I’m loving the three new M&M’S® flavors that were just released! I feel like I’m traveling with Internationally-Inspired M&M’S® candies every time I open up a new bag! [Read more…]
These chocolate worm whoopie pies are delicious and add a fun and creepy element to an otherwise normal dessert. Check out the recipe below!
I have an obsession with whoopie pies. Macarons were in the spotlight for awhile there, but I’m definitely team whoopie pie. Anyone else with me? They are simple to make and filled with cream or frosting. (What’s not to love about that?) Plus, you can transform them into a fun Halloween themed dessert in a pinch too! These chocolate worm whoopie pies are delicious and add a fun and creepy element to an otherwise normal dessert…and you guys know I’m all about that!
They appeal to both kiddo’s and adults alike and, in my opinion, desserts are soooo much better when they are infested with worms! 😉
Chocolate rosé watermelon pops. Yes, you read that right. Today’s recipe is easy to make, delicious, and will make you the star of your neighborhood BBQ when you show up with these bad boys in hand. They’re a “healthy” alternative to traditional summer ice cream, with an adults only twist.
From what I’ve read around the web, I’m not the only one intimidated by the thought of making my own marshmallows. I don’t know what it is about those pillowey little clouds of sugar, but they are intimidating AF. (Don’t you guys agree?!) I’ve attempted them once before, only to throw the whole batch in the trash, but my stubbornness won out and I gave them another shot. And, boooooy, am I glad that I did! Not only are they actually really easy to make when you get the concept down, but they are sooooo much better than store bought mallows. I’m not even a marshmallow girl, but I’d definitely snack on a few of these mint chocolate marshmallows!
I’m all about unexpected and fun details for my parties. The littlest things can make a huge difference and can be the details that your guests really remember. And Thanksgiving is no exception! Today’s easy DIY is a funny twist on a classic Thanksgiving tradition that will have everyone feeling lucky!
These DIY chocolate Thanksgiving wishbones are so simple to make, but really add such a fun and unique twist to your table. I love the idea of using them for place cards or even just for an added fun element at the kids table (even though you know the adults are going to be jealous too!)
Today’s delicious project definitely borders on the line of gross and cute. I can’t decide where I’m at on this one. BUT, given that it’s a Halloween project and I’m all about upping the gruesome factor, I’m going to consider it a win either way. These edible halloween brain raspberry truffles are easy to make and will gross out all of your party guests! They would make the perfect mad scientist themed treat, or will excite even the hungriest group of zombies. So head into the lab, grab a scalpel, and let’s harvest some braaains!