We believe that there are some combinations that were just made in heaven, and one of those is the pairing of blueberry and lemon. The idea for these cookies came courtesy of a head-strong toddler, who insisted that the chocolate chips in her mini-kitchen’s fake plastic chocolate chip cookies were, in fact, “Booberries.” We immediately thought, “That’s a great idea!” and off to the kitchen we went. . . . and a blueberry lemon twist on the traditional oatmeal raisin cookie was born.
These muffins are sweet and crumbly, and are packed with a great lemon and almond flavor.
Coconut + Cocoa nib! That sounds like a winning combination, right? These macaroons are absolutely delightful, and are extremely adaptable.
This homemade hot chocolate is rich and creamy, and the nutmeg and cinnamon add an exciting kick to this childhood classic. We recently tried our hand at homemade marshmallows (recipe from Smitten Kitchen) that can be described as sweet vanilla marshmallow heaven. They added a great marshmallow froth to the hot chocolate; no need for whipped cream. If you are on a hot chocolate marshmallow kick, check out our Hot Chocolate Cupcakes!
We have been working on this flavor combination for a while, and had a hard time finding a cookie to complement the intense flavor of the chili in just the right way. After stumbling across this recipe at
divine-baking.com a while back, we thought with a couple of adjustments it would be just right – and boy did we hit the nail on the head! More
These sweet little squares of pumpkin, marshmallow, and white chocolate create the most delectable little candies. This recipe is a great way to celebrate the changing of the leaves and the parade of (sometimes questionable) Halloween costumes through your neighborhood. It is a great twist on classic chocolate fudge, and the spices combined to make this pumpkin fudge amount to a delicious autumn treat!