Chocolate Pudding Cake… in the CROCKPOT!

3/4 cup flour 1/4 cup cocoa powder 1 (3.4 oz) box cook-and serve chocolate pudding 1/4 plus 1/3 cup sugar 2 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1 cup milk 2 Tbsp canola oil 1 Tbsp vanilla 3/4 cup mini chocolate chips 3 Tbsp chocolate sauce 1 1/2 cups boiling water CoatContinue reading “Chocolate Pudding Cake… in the CROCKPOT!”

How do you stuff an Oreo inside a cookie?

Yesterday I made Oreo-stuffed chocolate-chip cookies. Two words: De. Lish. I will put the recipe below, but first of all, to answer the question. How do you get the Oreo INSIDE? Basically you make the cookie dough with extra flour so it holds together well, and mold the cookie dough AROUND the Oreo.   FormContinue reading “How do you stuff an Oreo inside a cookie?”

Delicious Cookies with a Dumb Name

I got this cookie recipe from my sister-in-law. Although at first I was skeptical of any recipe that did not contain what I consider the ESSENTIAL cookie ingredient –chocolate chips– it turned out that I LOVE these! Unfortunately, I think they need a different name. They are called… POTATO CHIP COOKIES 1 c butter 1Continue reading “Delicious Cookies with a Dumb Name”

Graham Cracker Cake

This is a little but of a Pinterest Monday cheat, since I searched this recipe out on pinterest instead of finding it there originally. But my neighbor told me her grandma used to make graham cracker cakes and it sounded delicious and fun. Plus my five year old daughter loves graham crackers with icing. Well,Continue reading “Graham Cracker Cake”

Peanut Butter Cheese Ball

I pinned three different versions of this recipe over the course of the last six months. I guess I like peanut butter and chocolate, huh? Anyways, when I finally made it for my book club, this was delicious. I thought it might have been better as a cheesecake or brownie than as a cheese ball.Continue reading “Peanut Butter Cheese Ball”

Cookie dough to eat? YES thank you!

I found a recipe on pinterest for cookie dough that is solely to EAT and not to bake. It has no eggs, so there is no fear of salmonella. Not that I’ve ever been particularly afraid of salmonella. See my traditional stance on the eating of raw dough here. But here’s the recipe: Cookie DoughContinue reading “Cookie dough to eat? YES thank you!”