After making white chocolate cranberry oatmeal cookies, I was inspired to turn the recipe into a muffin. I had a bit of trouble at first trying to think of what to call these muffins, and finally settled on crunchy cranberry muffins in attempt to keep it short.
Just like the aforementioned cookies, these muffins have white chocolate chips and dried cranberries. They get their “crunch” from two other things: the course sugar topping and macadamia nuts (though these are optional – I tried them with and without, both are great).
Though these don’t have oatmeal like the cookies, they are made with whole wheat flour, allowing for a healthy treat! (more…)
Even though most people love chocolate, some are pretty picky about their chocolate cakes.
Luckily, with this cake recipe I was able to please everyone who tried it.
The cake is a bit fudgey without being overly rich. It has a slight coffee flavor to it that’s not overwhelming. It’s sweetened rather lightly, so don’t worry about this being a sugar-bomb! The icing is similarly light and sweet: it’s just heavy whipping cream with a bit of sugar. (more…)
Crunchy and delicious cookies made with oatmeal, white chocolate chips, dried cranberries, and, if you like, macadamia nuts as well!
These were simply amazing cookies that were quickly eaten by all. (more…)
Woohoo! Cupcake Friday! Treat yourself to these delicious treats this weekend.
This is a super amazing red velvet cupcake recipe. They’re soft and spongey, flavorful and delicious. Plus, they’re topped with my favorite cream cheese frosting. This is honestly one of the best, simplest cupcake recipe you can get. (more…)
I was a bit confused on what to name this recipe. In the cookbook that I originally found the recipe, they call it “very rich chocolate crème brûlée”, but I wasn’t quite sure if this was creamy enough to truly be called “crème brûlée”.
That being said, I do think this is a truly delicious dessert that all chocolate-lovers should try. Although it wasn’t super creamy, it was definitely thick and rich, without being overly sweet. It reminded me of a cheesecake or chocolate mousse, yet still a bit different. (more…)
Cheesecake is a super rich cake and a favorite to many, but adding chocolate to it can truly take it to over-the-top goodness. This recipe consists of a cookie-like chocolate crust, a creamy chocolaty filling, and is topped with a decadent dark chocolate ganache.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s about time to start thinking of delicious treats to give out on this sweet occasion.
One of my top choices would definitely be these decadent cookies. They’re actually very simple: the cookies just need flour, butter and sugar, then they’re dipped in melted chocolate. (more…)
For a while, this has been my go-to chocolate chip cookie recipe. These cookies are soft and chewy and simply delicious!
These are also readily adaptable. If you like for a slightly chewier cookie, add an extra teaspoon of cornstarch. (more…)
Peanut butter and chocolate are perfectly matched in this amazing little cookie.
I used chunky peanut butter for my cookies, giving them a distinctive, nutty crunch. (more…)
If you’re looking for a tasty twist on the classic vanilla cake, this oreo cake recipe is definitely the way to go.
I made this cake on Halloween, hence the orange, white and black sprinkles. You can just top your cake with oreo crumbles, or simply cover it with icing to keep the inside a surprise.