What is your favorite dessert? Pie? Cookies? Ice cream? Cake? All good choices. If you picked cake, you’re not alone. There are so many tasty recipes out there and this one is one of the better ones! Prepare to tantalize your taste buds with this homemade pound cake recipe featured at Little Things. This is a ‘butter cake’ and anything with the word butter in the title has to be amazing.
The secret to this cake is how you mix the ingredients. A bit on the more time consuming side but the end result will be so tasty. I think I can spare the extra time. Can’t you? Country Living has a list of 56 homemade cake recipes that are to die for. Your waistband will be begging for mercy. The lemon-coconut with mascarpone frosting looks like a sure fire winner. I have my eye on the crepe cake too. Lol.
I wish I was in the mood for a Frosty from Wendy’s. It is soooo cold out today. It’s all of 55 degrees. Brrr. I know that’s not winter winter cold but when summer suddenly leaves, it feels freezing! I’m going to have to bookmark this delicious 3-ingredient delight for the next warm day (or for when I adjust to the weather).
Brandi Milloy, with PopSugar Food, has the best video showing how easy a DIY Frosty really is. You need half a gallon of chocolate milk, a tub of Cool Whip, and a can of sweetened condensed milk. Mix it up and throw it in an ice cream maker for a few minutes. Voila! The most rich and creamy copycat recipe out there. Yum. Here are some other copycat recipes for your tastebud’s enjoyment. It’s cheaper to eat in and just as fun when you can eat the same dishes.
Here is a question that has America divided. No, it isn’t political but people are just as passionate about it. Cake or pie? Which side of the fence are you on? I am mostly bi-partisan, occasionally leaning heavier toward the cake side. Lol. For those pie lovers, full and part time, this roundup from Diply is for you! It has 12 ways you can jazz up your crusts, taking them to an all time professional level. Baking win!
I’ve done number 4 before, with a spoon and a fork but the rest are all new to me. I’ve always wanted to do a lattice top but my attempts have failed spectacularly. Maybe things will be different this time around. These look so complicated! My guests would sure be in awe if I could pull any of these off! I think will try one when I make this pie next. It’s my go-to. You can never go wrong with apple.
Cake batter. Fabulous. Cheesecake. Wonderful. Mini cake batter cheesecakes. Wonderful beyond belief! This recipe from Jumble Joy is going to make your mouth water and your tummy growl. I know that mine is! I am so excited to feature this recipe here today! You will be so glad that I did too!
You need a cupcake tin and all the regular cheesecake makings and a box of vanilla cake mix to get this treat started. Cream cheese, sour cream, eggs, granulated sugar, vanilla, and sprinkles. (I love sprinkles!) These cheesecake bites even have graham cracker and walnut crusts. I need to make these for my next party. Maybe a tea?
Yum Goggle has a roundup of 80 cheesecake recipes that you must see (and try!). 80?! Say goodbye to waste lines! I think I’ll try the cinnamon chip cheesecake dessert first! Or Maybe the no-bake raspberry white chocolate cream cheese parfait cheesecake.
Deb from Cookies Cupcakes And Cardio has the most delicious video and I am so excited to feature it here today. Ok, so the video isn’t ‘delicious’ but the rainbow leopard cake sure is! This would be the highlight of any party and I hope that I get around to making it someday! I absolutly must make it someday!
Making a colorful cake is nowhere near as hard as you think! If you have food coloring and cake pans you are already half way there. You need piping bags too. I have always been afraid to try something like this but after watching this tutorial I’m not as intimidated. Fun looking cakes are just so much tastier to eat! I know that’s not true but it seems like it sometimes. Lol.
Need more help making this leopard cake? Check out Cookies Cupcakes And Cardio’s blog (here) for more detailed written instructions…
I think I just ate my willpower! Donuts are one of my favorite sugary treats. Who isn’t a fan of a breakfast donuts and coffee? Happiness is anything deep fried or baked and this recipe from the One Pot Chef is no exception. Pure happiness. Let’s learn how to make delicious blueberry donuts in the oven in just minutes. Yes please!
I love the idea of baking donuts. Using the oven instead of the fryer is so much healthier. Grease and oil be gone! These tasty treats are sure to impress, homemade and healthy. I’m going to have to invest in a donut pan straight away.
My life is better off because of this tasty video but my waistline probably isn’t. (They aren’t unhealthy but they aren’t healthy healthy.) Looking for a slightly healthier donut? These 29 healthier alternatives from Greatist might be just the thing for you.
Do you know what ‘depression recipes’ are? In hard times, like the great depression, families had to stretch what they had and they learned to do so in the most creative of ways. Especially in the kitchen. Around this time things like Spam and Ritz crackers were developed. See? Creative. One of my favorite recipes is a chocolate cake that you can make without and eggs, butter, or milk. I thought that was as easy as it gets for cake but I was wrong. This YouTube video shows how to make a cake with only 2 ingredients. I’m impressed!
This cake requires 3 eggs and 3 chocolate bars. I think even the most novice of bakers could make this! From what I’ve read from people who have tried this, the batter must be mixed thoroughly or the consistency of the cake will be all wrong. Especially the merang! Looking for more simple recipes? Here are 21 classic recipes from around the depression era that are creative, simple, and delicious.
Sometimes, in my busy schedule I might forget when I have dinner guests coming to our home. Sometimes we make last minute plans to have people over. What is a girl to do when the pantry is empty? Stop by the store for three ingredients to turn into a delicious cake, that’s what! This recipe is great if you need a dessert on a tight schedule. Your guest are sure to swoon.
The cake is called Japanese Cotton Cheesecake. It’s not the traditional kind of cheesecake you would normally think of but it looks just as good. It is a light fluffy souffle that looks more like a pound cake. I’m game to try it! You?
Does 3 ingredients seem too good to be true? Well it isn’t! There are quite a few tasty dishes out there that only call for 3 things. Babble has gathered up 15 of the best.
The King of Random comes to us again with another great idea. This recipe for edible stackable Legos is amazingly simple and can be completed with just corn syrup, gelatin and a box of Jello. You will need a mold, which can be just about anything, various fun ice cube trays work best. You should watch the accompanying video to get great instructions.
I’m thinking Lego themed birthday party for the little ones. Of course, as much as I love Legos, this theme may just be my own selfish desire to have a Lego themed party. I’ll admit, I was once Zack the Lego Maniac for Halloween. He even had a way to make the Lego blocks stackable. So, go build yourself the gummy Lego castle of your dreams. Uh, the gummy Lego castle in the dreams of your 5 year old child that is.
Here is everything else you need to throw the perfect Lego party. Fun!
Thank God it’s finally hot enough to justify my laziness! 96 today. I’m feelin some front porch sittin and lemonade sippin. Feel free to join me and beat the heat this year with a nice cool treat. I can get on board with that idea! I can also get on board with this tasty roundup from Diply! My, oh my! It is to die for. Well, not literally, but it will have you licking your lips and not dreading the sweltering weather so much.
I am honestly smitten with these sweet and simple summer treats. The popsicles have to be my favorites. They remind me of summers as a kid. The ice cube tray treats look really fun! They all look so yummy! Huffington Post has a roundup of 30 different must-try popsicle recipes. Wow! Brown butter? Oreo Nutettla? Chocolate and salted caramel? Where do I even begin? I need to get more molds…I only have one! Find the full roundup here.