This roundup is all about indulgence. This roundup has not been doing any January diets. In fact, this roundup is indulging is great chocolate and great recipes. Read More Recipe Roundup: All About Indulgence
Let’s say, hypothetically, if you live in a state where it’s not illegal to consume marijuana products, you’ve got a little bit extra in your bag, an hour or two with an oven, and a taste for something intoxicating and sweet. Read More Ladyguide: How to Make Pot Brownies
Though I enjoy cooking, I have never been much of a baker. Sticky, precise ingredients mixed with being lactose intolerant takes a lot of the fun out of it for me, but I do make some pretty great brownies. That’s my kind of baking — just a bit of mixing, pour the batter in pan, and it’s into the oven. And as I discovered the last time I made them, my recipe holds up rather well when one makes a mistake.
This was a dessert my mother made for only the fanciest of pot lucks. (Such a thing exists in the Midwest.) I used to think it was really complicated. No, it really is just full of things that will kill you. It’s also wonderfully versatile: make it gluten free by using gluten free brownies, sub a different candy for toffee, and so on.
So it’s Monday, and you’re planning on unwinding after work. You might just need something sweet and sassy to get you through the evening, and do I have the treat for you. Read More Monday Munchies: Oatmeal Scotchie Blondies
I’m sharing all of my family favorite holiday cookie recipes with you in these last few weeks of the year! But by far, my mom’s toffee bars are the quickest and easiest of my top three. If you have the most basic of baking ingredients in the house, you can whip them up in a flash for those surprise guests you weren’t expecting. And bonus, they taste just like a Heath/Skor/Daim/pick your favorite toffee bar without being quite so hard on your teeth! Read More Quick and Easy Toffee Bars
I didn’t do so well in high school chemistry or biology… something about memorizing all of those elements and the required cat dissection in biology was just impossible for me; thus, a few years ago, I settled myself into the idea of a science-less life. Read More “Science” for Hungry People