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Low Fat Double Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

Low Fat Double Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

The next time that you need a little chocolate fix, I recommend giving these Low Fat Double Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies a try. They are a great everyday sort of cookie, and I mean that in the best way possible. They don’t require any special ingredients or any special prep work. In fact, you can have the batch ready to bake in just a couple of ... Read More »

Customizable Cookie Stamp

Customizable Cookie Stamp

I have seen all kinds of cookie stamps on the market over the past few years. As their name stages, cookie stamps allow you to easily stamp a message or a design onto unbaked cookes, just as you might mark a peanut butter cookie with a cross-hatch pattern with a fork. The stamps can be a lot of fun to use because they allow you ... Read More »

White Chocolate Lava Cakes

White Chocolate Lava Cake

Chocolate lava cakes are one of the world’s great indulgences, and I love to make them at home any time I feel like treating myself to a special chocolate treat. They’re not difficult to make, but they have to be eaten as soon as they come out of the oven, so they’re more time-sensitive than most desserts. The typical chocolate lava cake is made with ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

Caramel corn is a treat that I find is dangerous to keep in my kitchen, since I tend to eat it much, much faster than I would like. As if ordinary caramel corn weren’t addictive enough, Cookie Madness cooked up some Bourbon Caramel Corn that sounds even more delicious. The caramel used to coat the popcorn has a generous splash of bourbon that adds a ... Read More »

Cook’s Country Reviews Nonstick Cooking Sprays

Reviewing Nonstick Cooking Sprays - Which Brand is Best?

Nonstick cooking spray is one of the least glamorous – and most functional – items in the kitchen. Spraying on a thin layer of vegetable oil is much more efficient than greasing a pan by hand and uses much less oil over all. Most cooking sprays are aerosols, which means that small particles of oil are suspended in gas, which propels them out of the ... Read More »

Nordic Ware Scallop Heart Bundt Pan

Nordic Ware Scallop Heart Bundt Pan

The beginning of the year is when all the heart-shaped baking accessories start to get released in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. I always enjoy the cute cake pans and tools that are released this time of year, partly because the designs are so sweet to begin with and partly because hearts, unlike some other holiday-specific shapes, can be used all year round. Nordic Ware Scallop ... Read More »

Toasted Coconut French Toast

Toasted Coconut French Toast

It’s easy to flavor the egg and milk batter that is the base of french toast by adding spices or extracts to it, but you can take your french toast to another level by adding different flavors and textures to the exterior of the toast, as well. Good examples of that are my Crispy Cereal-Crusted French Toast and Snickerdoodle French Toast, both of which have ... Read More »

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