With the holidays fast approaching, sometimes we need a cookie recipe that tastes great and is quick and easy. This is one of those recipes, keep it handy to pull out, you’ll be glad you have it. These are so easy, you can have other cookies in the oven and at the same time make these. Terri posted a recipe last Thursday that is also quick and easy. Her Butterscotch Crunchies and this recipe are two that can really save you time. Continue reading
Salted Caramel Turtle Bars are a traditional favorite that I always make at Christmas. I’ve just updated them this year because I love salted caramel so much. I had to try it and am really glad I did. The salt really brings out the caramel flavor.
These little cookie cups will put you in German Chocolate Cake heaven. The German Chocolate Frosting fills each cup perfectly. The cups are soft, almost like a brownie and will make a great addition to any cookie plate. I think they are one of the cutest treats I’ve made in ages.
PUMPKIN! I don’t think there is anything that shouts FALL! any louder…. Could you hear that? With the beautiful leaves falling to the ground and chilly nighttime temperatures, it must be pumpkin time. I’m sure I’ll make these more than once before the season passes. They are perfect to take to friends or to a potluck. I have yet to know anyone that doesn’t like them. I have already promised my Mom some, they are her favorite.
These Peanut Butter Blondies are absolutely, positively, without a doubt, the best I have ever made! I saw some new peanut butter filled chocolate chips at the grocery store and I just had to give them a try. It’s amazing what a tiny shot of peanut butter in the middle of a chocolate chip can do. Each tiny morsel is packed with flavor. I’m so glad I tried them in my blondies. The next time I need a quick and easy dessert for company, I’m going to make these and serve them warm with a scoop of chocolate ice cream.