Enjoying s’mores year-round just got a little bit easier with these Gooey Baked S’mores Bars
Anyone else enjoying a wet and cool summer?
Actually “enjoying” is not the right word. Enduring, perhaps?
I would have thought that after our *freakishly* cold winter, we would have earned a reprieve from crazy, unseasonal weather.
There is widespread flooding throughout Minnesota, which puts a major damper on some of our favorite summer activities:
Boating and tubing? Off limits on many lakes because of no-wake zones. Hitting the greens? Stretches of local golf courses have been underwater since June. Dropping a line in the water? Our nearby fishing dock is closed because the path that leads to it is flooded. Grrrr.
But the closure that has had the most impact on our lives is a little closer to home: our fire pit. It’s pretty tough to roast s’mores when your fire pit is filled with standing water. So I did what any self-respecting s’mores lover does when faced with such dire circumstances; I baked them. Grab your napkins as these Gooey Baked S’mores Bars are totally worth the stick factor.
Let the fresh fruits of summer make your desserts shine with this easy Peach Berry Crumble.
Summer has officially arrived! The kids just finished school and summer vacation begins today. I adore having Greta and Charlie home and purposefully have not scheduled much for the kids this summer. But let’s be realistic; it is always an adjustment for everyone. Gone is the structure of the day and enter the laziness of summer, which is good and bad all wrapped up into one. And that’s where simple desserts like this Peach Berry Crumble make my life a whole lot easier.
Salted caramel fans, these Salty Caramel Pecan Oatmeal Cookie Bars are for you!
This was a recipe that almost didn’t happen. I had a heck of a time trying to translate these traditional cookies into bar form. My first go completely stuck to the pan. (I’m talking super-glued to the pan.) I lined the pan on my second attempt and swapped coconut oil in place of the butter to keep them from sticking. Simply put, that was a greasy disaster. Fortunately, the third time was the charm. The name might be a mouthful – Salty Caramel Pecan Oatmeal Cookie Bars – but there is no mistaking the goodness here.
This Sour Cream Coffee Cake has a sweet walnut streusel topping and inner streusel swirl, just like my grandma used to make.
Is it OK if we take a different twist with today’s post?
Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and I’ve never had the chance to introduce you to one of the most important people in my life – my mom. She’s one of my best friends and a second mother to my kids. Even my husband adores her, saying he hit the jackpot in the mother-in-law lottery.
Many of my friends think it’s really unique that I have such a close relationship with my mom, but I’ve never known anything different. My mom has just always been a huge part of my life.
Chewy chocolate brownies layered with peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough and frosted with a chocolate peanut butter ganache. Triple chocolate delight!
I have a new dessert today to share with you today. It’s so good that you may race to the store just so you can make these for the kids today. (Or yourself. Go ahead, I won’t judge. Promise.) And frankly, I’m not quite sure why it has taken me so long to put this combination together. It’s no secret that I love have an obsession for chocolate and peanut butter. Really it’s a combination that you can’t go wrong with. Ever. Let me introduce you to my new best friend: Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Brownies. You are going to love her. I mean, how can you not?
These Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins are the perfect combination of sweet and tart and are finished with an irresistible crunchy sugar topping.
Now my baby days are long over, but nothing gets me more excited than a new little baby that I can cuddle with to get my baby fix. Counting all of those little fingers and toes? Adorable! And the little rolls around the ankles and wrists? I die. (Somehow so much cuter on a little baby than me.)
I remember when Greta was born. There’s really nothing like having a little baby girl. Before you know it, your house is inundated with all things pink. Our friend Stephanie from Girl Versus Dough is expecting her first baby (a girl!) in May, and we were tickled to be invited to create a recipe for her virtual baby shower. And since it is now officially spring and the start of rhubarb season, I combined two of my loves (babies and rhubarb) in these Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins to celebrate the upcoming arrival of Steph’s beautiful pink bundle of joy!