Bake this perfectly moist and tender classic vanilla sheet cake in a round or sheet pan, baking dish, or even as cupcakes, and pair it with fantastically quick and easy chocolate frosting.
It’s a smooth road to making rocky road fudge. It’s one of the easiest, if not the easiest, go-to chocolate treats you can make in a jiffy. Simple is always good, particularly around the holidays when there’s lots to do. It also makes a great addition if you want a mix of cookies for that cookie exchange.
Chocolate and fresh strawberry puree marbled in this easy bundt cake is a luscious combination that gives you the best of both worlds. Read More →
My pizzelle iron had been sitting in storage, brand new and unused for more than a year, before I finally thought I would use them to make these wonderful vanilla and chocolate pizzelle wafer cookies. Why I waited all this time is beyond me. Pizzelles are so delicious I’m considering getting a spare iron so I can make them in a different size.
Chocolate and pumpkin goodness are what’s held in these chocolate pumpkin pie macarons. It’s a great way to enjoy the pumpkin season and savor the flavor of pumpkin pie in precious bite-size gems.
Silky smooth, creamy and delicious is this homemade mocha rocky road ice cream that doesn’t need an ice cream machine as it requires no churning. You can serve the ice cream in cones as frozen drumsticks, sandwiches or just plain, scooped into a bowl. It’s so easy to make and so delicious that I will venture to say you might be hard pressed going back to commercial ice cream.