Smooth, creamy, no-churn banana ice cream with a kick of peanut butter.
Brownies have always been my favorite treat. Long before I fell in love with soft and chewy cookies, brownies were my first love. The gooey, chocolaty, caramel-y bars that melts in your mouth… oh let me stop here because it makes me want to lick the photo on the screen.
My craving for brownies these past weeks has been overly crazy — I was making a Peppa Pig playlist on YouTube for my little boy but ended up watching how-to-make-brownies videos. I was writing the draft of my other post but later found myself browsing brownie photos of my favorite food blogs. The last time we went out, I was able to resist a single bar from Mrs. Fields (and yes I was about to buy three!). But today my willpower gave in. I made a whole batch, with a bonus of peanut butter cups, caramel and pretzels (oh hello mountain climbers and burpees 😮 ).
Frothy, creamy and velvety iced coffee perfect for this hot season.
My father came home last week for a short vacation. Since he loves coffee THIS much (arms wide-open), I wanted to make something for him that has, well, coffee in it. I opted for JoyOfBaking.com’s Hot White Chocolate that I had tried before (my husband and my brother loved it!) but the weather is sooooo hot. A hot drink on a hot summer day? Boo. So I thought, why not make a cold version of it?
This White Chocolate Frappé has only 3 ingredients: milk, coffee and white chocolate. Easy-peasy. Continue reading
I mentioned in my previous post that I was looking for recipes where I can use my left-over sour cream and found this banana sheet cake and Back for Seconds’ Ganache Topped Peanut Butter Muffins. I was eyeing these muffins for a long time and now the time has come to make them.
These muffins have everything I love – peanut butter, banana, Reese’s peanut butter cups and most of all, CHOCOLATE GANACHE! Who doesn’t love ganache? It’s one of the best finger-licking-good desserts for me. I can eat a cup of it in one sitting. Continue reading