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There are foods that celebrate St Patrick’s Day, and these Irish Potato Cookies from Bake at 350 are a great example. These little cookies actually look like potatoes – but don’t worry, there are no potatoes in the cookie dough. They are no-bake cookies made with cream cheese, pecans and plenty of confectioners’ sugar. The dough is easy to shape and once you have formed ... Read More »

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When I was a kid, I always loved a party that had a piñata - and this Piñata Cake from A Subtle Revelry is an amazing version that should be a hit with “kids” of all ages. It is a cake that has been hollowed out and filled with a variety of little candies – just like a real piñata. The cake needs to be sculpted  but ... Read More »

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Crepes are a delicious and easy dessert to make, but the best part about them is that they are so versatile that you can fill them with anything from butter to berries to chocolate. Sips and Spoonfuls made a batch of crepes that are a bit more indulgent than your average batch. Maryams Chocolate Crepes are made with a little cocoa powder and a little vanilla ... Read More »

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Churros are a deep fried pastry rolled in sugar or cinnamon sugar, but like donuts, they are a pastry that can also be baked for a slightly healthier take on the the treat. Sprinkle Bakes cooked up some Baked Churros recently. The secret to the recipe is that after the churros are baked, you toast them underneath the broiler to make sure that they have the ... Read More »

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If winter weather is getting you down, a batch of Ruby Red Grapefruit Sandwich Cookies could bring a little ray of sunshine into the kitchen to brighten up your day, and Alaska from Scratch baked up a batch of these to do just that. The sandwich cookies have a filling that is flavored with both grapefruit zest and grapefruit juice, which gives the cookies a lot ... Read More »

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Jelly Toast‘s Mini Key Lime Coconut Cheesecakes are not your average cheesecake – and not just because of their small size. These little cheesecakes use both cream cheese and goat cheese in the filling, giving them a unique flavor profile. The cheesecakes are flavored with key lime juice and key lime zest, as well as a little bit of coconut extract that helps to give them ... Read More »

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Cinnamon buns are a delicious breakfast treat, but they get even more delicious when something like Nutella is introduced to them. My Kitchen in the Rockies baked some Nutella Buns with Pecans and Cinnamon. The buns start out with a basic cinnamon roll dough, but are spread generously with Nutella before being rolled up. Like a sticky bun, these are baked in a mixture of ... Read More »

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I Am Baker‘s Neapolitan Chocolate Cookie Cups are a bite sized treat that could be a sweeter option for your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day than a standard box of chocoles. They are chocolate sugar cookie cups that are filled with chocolate or vanilla buttercream and then topped with strawberry buttercream. Easy to make, but with the combination of colors and flavors, they are impressive when ... Read More »

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