I made a bunch of goodies for Valentine’s Day this year!! Some cookies for my kids and husband, some for the kids’ teachers and some for my customers. Also made chocolate covered strawberries and cupcakes, but I’ll leave that for another post. I only took one “good” photo of the cookies – but I thought I would share the others anyway. They came out adorable don’t you think?
I did a ton of baking for Easter this year as we had a pretty big bash to celebrate the holiday. It turned out to be a beautiful day and a great time was had by all! Take a peek at what was on the dessert menu:
Carrot cake, with cream cheese buttercream, topped with a bunny-shaped butter cookie;
Flower pot cookie cupcakes (they were pound cake cupcakes with vanilla buttercream);
Our signature butter cookies shaped as Easter eggs, bunnies and flowers;
Mini Key Lim Pies (they’re in the back there…didn’t get a great shot of them); and,
Mini caramel-filled brownies topped with chocolate buttercream.
Happy Spring everyone!!
Are you looking for a quick Valentine treat for your kiddos that you can have done by the time they get home from school? Look no further – I’ve done a little research and found these two treats which are both quick, easy and don’t involve any baking at all!
These first treats are made from Oreo Cakesters …just use a small heart cookie cutter and you are done. I don’t think that can get any easier!
For Bakerella’s directions click here and scroll down to the bottom of her post.
These second treats are marshmallow lollipops. So cute and can double as your centerpiece for dinner!
For directions click here.
Hope this helps out all you last-minute mommies like myself. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Here are pictures of the cookies I made for our Pumpkin Carving Party this year. Spiderwebs and ghosts – always a big hit with the kids!
I also made these Chocolate Caramel cookies that were delish – a rolo was inside so how could that not be good, right? You could also use Reese’s peanut butter cups or really any chocolate candy with filling. Click here for the recipe for these treats. Enjoy!
Looking for some easy Halloween Treats that don’t require any baking? Here are two fun ideas that look great, taste yummy and can double as an art project with the kids! All of the ingredients for these treats can be store-bought. They even sell frosting in tubes with piping tips – so yes, you can do this!
Chocolate Witch Hats
These cuties are made from chocolate sugar cones, chocolate chip cookies and chocolate frosting! Click on this link – Super-Speedy Halloween Treats – for the directions and a ton more Halloween treat ideas!
Brownies + Milano cookies + Oreo cookies = my new favorite dessert! I found these on the Picky-Palate.com – super easy and look adorable!
Have you found any easy Halloween Treat ideas? Comment and add the link!
We hope everyone had a great Memorial Day weekend! We did a lot of relaxing – and some baking of course. Here are the pound cake cupcakes we made for a few deliveries this weekend. Vanilla buttercream and fondant stars to top them. I also dropped off some to a new neighbor for a house-warming treat. Can’t go wrong with our pound cake – it’s delish!