Bites from other Blogs

  • Eat Good 4 Life‘s Cheesecake Flan is a great twist on regular flan for fans of the custardy dessert, and a great twist on cheesecake for cream cheese lovers! The cheesecake is made just like a flan, with a layer of rich caramel on the bottom of the pan that infuses the dessert with flavor. The cheesecake is inverted before serving, giving it a flan-like appearance with an even richer flavor.
  • What could be more Southern than Fried Peach Pies? Eatin on the Cheap couldn’t think of any better way to celebrate a move back to the South than to make a batch of pies at home. They’re easy to make and you can use almost any kind of fruit or pie filling to customize the pies to your tastes. They’re good all year and a summery treat to enjoy in the winter months!
  • It’s always fun to see a variation on a classic dessert, and Kitchen Karate‘s No-Bake Frozen S’mores are no exception. It’s a rich, chocolate treat that starts out with a melt-in-your-mouth, ice cream-like layer of chocolate, into which mini marshmallows, wafer cookies (or graham crackers) and walnuts are incorporated. It’s easy to make and there is no fire required for this version of the campfire classic.
  • I wasn’t around during their heyday, but I am a big fan of chocolate malts and Chocolate Phosphates, just like those that Amy Bakes Everything recently made. These soda fountain classics are made with chocolate syrup and seltzer water, and are topped with whipped cream and a maraschino cherry. They’re simple, but sweet and they’ll give you the feeling that you have a soda fountain in your own kitchen!


  1. Thanks for the mention! You have a great list of recipes here!

  2. Thanks for the mention! What a great group of recipes!

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