Take a deep breath, bacon fanatics. This just happened. Diced bacon atop chocolate peanut butter truffles. And it happened very well. Trust me on this one. There were a couple special ingredients that I believe made these truffles extra awesome.
Thanks to my friend, Kendra at Stop Lookin’ Get Cookin’, we have this awesome giveaway going on from December 6th-12th, 2013!
Kendra is going to be showing everyone an easy way to make chocolate party spoons on WKBT News on December 10th.
Everything you see in the picture above will be given to ONE randomly selected winner.
I’ve officially done it. Succesfully. French macarons, people.
I have to admit, I was a little frightened that I would screw up something when making macarons for the first time. And I’m not talking about the coconut confection that you may be thinking of. After I read a few tutorials online it seemed like there was SO much that could go wrong.
Do you ever eat like eight bagillion of something and then you realize there’s only TWO left, which turns into, “What the heck…I’ve already ate this many, what’s two more!?”?!
THESE. These do that to ya.
Caramel Apple Pie Grape Poppers. My life is complete.
I’m usually fairly confident that I can resist the treats & desserts I’ve made. Because I can usually pawn them off onto coworkers, family, and friends.
But these, no way. I’m hoarding these grape poppers and secretly hoping that no one finds them. They’re THAT good.
My first version of grape poppers, no doubt, are amazing. But these take the original to a whole different level.
I just love these little turkey pretzels! These pretty much use the same instructions as my turkey cake pops I made a couple years ago.
Only 10x easier and faster. Not that I don’t love cake pops, but you know…
Plus, I’m kind of on a make-a-pretzel-for-every-holiday kick, if you haven’t noticed.
All you need to make these is leftover candy corn, Ritz crackers, confetti sprinkles, a handful of heart-shaped sprinkles and chocolate candiquik.