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.
Do you like chocolate? If you’re here, the answer is probably yes. If not, you’re most likely lost.
You may or may not have seen black beans popping up in dessert recipes such as brownies and truffles.
To be honest, I have always been curious and intrigued about black bean dessert recipes but never took the plunge. Until now.
Let me tell you something that everyone who tasted them reassured me of:
YOU WOULD NEVER KNOW THERE ARE BLACK BEANS IN THESE TRUFFLES.
I just hopped on the Cheesecake Pop bandwagon.
Were headed to Awesomeville.
Don’t miss it – get on this!
No oven required.
Perfect-o for the upcoming summer months…
I think we’re still getting Spring and then Summer in Minne. I mean … it came last year (!?)
And the year before that.
It’s bound to show up this year too, right?!
I wasn’t sure whether to call these 1- sticky, gooey, yummy cheesecake pops or 2- lemon-raspberry cheesecake pops. I went with the later.
You will need:
2 (16 oz.) packages Vanilla CANDIQUIK® Coating
2 (8 oz.) packages Cream Cheese, softened
1 packet (3.4 oz.) Jell-O Lemon Instant pudding/pie filling
1 tsp. Raspberry Extract (optional)
Don’t you love this small treat trend?
Two bites, or even one.
Then we won’t feel so bad for eating
one five of them, right!?
I recently had a friend come up to me and tell me “Cadbury eggs would be awesome!!!”
(wink, wink, hint, hint, nudge, nudge)
So here I am. 27 hours later. Posting about chocolate eggs bursting with a fondant-like filling.
I just had to, for Easter, ya know!?
Even better, I bet you have all this stuff in your pantry.
Cadbury Crème Eggs