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Chocolate lovers should seriously consider trying Pretty Little Dishes‘ Chocolate Truffle Pie this summer. The rich pie features two different layers of chocolate – a truffle filling and a whipped chocolate mousse – topped off with light, fluffy whipped cream. The pie is especially good for the summer because it requires no baking and can be easily stored in the refrigerator, so you don’t need to ... Read More »

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Galettes are open faced tarts that are terrific for showcasing fresh summer fruits, and the Almond Apricot Galette from Confessions of a Bright Eyed Baker. To make the tart, a buttery pie crust is filled with a rich almond filling and topped off with lots of fresh apricots. A little bit of almond extract in the pastry dough helps to tie it in to the ... Read More »

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Chocolate chip cookie cereal is one of life’s guilty pleasures because we all know that it isn’t really cereal in the sense that bran flakes are cereal. It is a box of tiny cookies that you have permission to eat for breakfast. The only problem with cookie cereal is that it would be even more delicious if it was homemade – like Half Baked Harvest‘s ... Read More »

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There must be hundreds of ways to use strawberries when they are in season. The hard part is deciding where to start, but one look at Une Gamine dans la Cuisine‘s Strawberry Hand Pies and the decision will get a little easier. This delicious looking pies are made with a fresh strawberry filling that is rich, sweet and jam-like. The filling is encased in a buttery, ... Read More »

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Dulce de leche is a milk caramel that has a distinctive – and addictive – dairy flavor that can get your mouth watering. The caramel is easy to incorporate into other recipes, like these Dulce de Leche Cupcakes that The Growing Foodie recently baked. The cupcakes have dulce de leche in the batter and are topped with a decadent cream cheese and dulce de leche ... Read More »

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Baking Chic‘s Orange Cupcakes with Sweetened Condensed Frosting are a simple dessert that deliver some delicious flavors in a small package. The fluffy cupcakes are flavored with a generous amount of orange zest – two whole tablespoons – for a very fresh citrus flavor along with a little hint of vanilla. The sweet, orange-laced frosting is the kind that you casually spread on to your cupcakes, ... Read More »

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The Blackberry Malt Cupcakes from Kailley’s Kitchen sound like they were inspired by something you could get at an old fashioned soda fountain. The cupcakes are made with lots of malted milk powder, in addition to vanilla, which gives them a little of the classic malt flavor you would expect to find in a malted vanilla milkshake. They’re topped with a blackberry buttercream frosting, which ... Read More »

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If you’re looking for a treat to make for Mom on Mother’s Day, there are any number of delicious options to choose from. The Chocolate Butterscotch Croissants from Bakingdom are a decadent treat, and easier to make than you might think because you can streamline the work by using premade puff pastry dough. The pastry dough is stuffed with butterscotch and chocolate chips, which melt ... Read More »

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