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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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The Bacon and Cheese Pull Aparts that Macheesmo recently baked look like something that is perfect for savory snacking. It’s a yeast bread that is composed of many individual layers – all put together with cheddar cheese, crispy bacon and chives. To eat it, you simply pull the layers apart with your fingers. It’s a fun loaf to share and probably the kind of snack ... Read More »

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Granola bars are usually a great snack when you’re on-the-go, but most people buy them rather than making them at home. Cookie Madness‘s Chewy Wheat Bran Granola Bars are a good option for making granola bars yourself, rather than buying them. The bars are packed with good-for-you wheat bran, oat bran and oatmeal, bound together with peanut butter, a corn syrup and a little melted ... Read More »

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Eggnog might be a popular holiday drink, but it doesn’t have to be limited to the holiday season. The custardy, nutmeg-enhanced custard can be just as good at any time of the year – particularly when it is made into Homemade Eggnog Ice Cream, which The Tiffin Box did, instead of being kept as a drink. The creamy ice cream is a great way to ... Read More »

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Domestic Fits‘ Caramel Apple Galette with Champagne Whipped Cream is a dessert that is dressed up for a party. A galette is usually a rustic looking dessert, a free-form tart that doesn’t have much structure to it. This version, with its sweet apple filling, proves that a galette can still be dressed up. Caramel drizzle and whipped cream – infused with just the right amount ... Read More »

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A crispy-chewy gingersnap is a classic holiday cookie, but you probably haven’t had anything quite like the Bacon Fat Gingersnaps that The Tart Tart baked up. The fat, which was rendered from bacon that ended up in sandwiches and other dishes, gives the cookies a smoky and somewhat savory note that is a definite change of pace from your average cookie. The cookies don’t really ... Read More »

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