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Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

  • Iced coffee is a welcome refreshment on a warm afternoon, and so is an ice cold coffee popsicle. You can get your coffee fix with a batch of Chocolate Dipped Cold Press Coffee Pops, an easy to make yogurt popsicle that is packed with flavor. Tasteseeker’s Kitchen made these pops with a base of yogurt, sweetened condensed milk and coffee, so they have a creamy sweetness, as well as a coffee flavor. The chocolate-dip technique can be used with just about any flavor of popsicle, but it is especially good with the coffee base.
  • If you feel like you want to indulge a little bit this weekend, make a batch of Southern Fatty‘s Maple Whiskey Peach Fritters. Whether you’re eating them for breakfast or dessert, these deep-fried treats are absolutely irresistible. They start with a lightly spiced yeast dough that is loaded with peaches, then fried to perfection and covered in a maple whiskey glaze. It’s a great technique for making fritters that you could adapt to other fruits, as well.
  • Dessert Now Dinner Later‘s Apple Cheesecake Pie is two desserts in one. The dish starts with a buttery pie crust, which is filled with a tangy cream cheese layer and a pile of sweet and spicy apples. The apples bake down into a traditional apple pie filling in the oven, while the cream cheese layer adds a great contrasting flavor to the fruit. It’s a fun alternative to plain apple pie and a great dessert when you’re entertaining, since your guests won’t need to decide between two options and can try both desserts in each bite!
  • Cookie butter is an ingredient that I work with a lot more in the fall than in the summer, not because it is a seasonal product, but because its brown sugar flavor just seems even more delicious on a cool morning. One fun way to use it is by baking a batch of Cookie Butter-Frosted Cinnamon Rolls from Eazy Peazy Meals. These simple yeasted cinnamon buns use a generous amount of cookie butter in a vanilla and cream cheese glaze to give the pastries a rich, spicy-sweet flavor that compliments the cinnamon filling.

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  • Phillip || SouthernFATTY.com
    September 3, 2014

    Thanks for the shoutout about my Maple Whiskey Peach Fritters. They were pretty delicious. Hope y’all enjoy!

  • A
    September 4, 2014

    Love seeing the Tasteseekers shout-out!

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