Cinnamon Roll Pull-Apart Bread (9 of 10)w
No Bake Pumpkin Dessert (2 of 10)w
Banana Bundt Cake (3 of 5)w
Rolo Chocoloate Chip Cookie Cups (4 of 5)w
Apple Recipes for Fall

Over 70 No Bake Pies

Over 70 No Bake Pies

Love pie but don't want to turn on the oven? This round-up is for you! Obviously, pie is my favorite thing. Hello - I'm Crazy for Crust! I love pie all year long - including summer. But in the summer I hate using my oven. Who wants to bake when it's a bajillion degrees and the power company charges ad gazillion dollars for A/C? Not me! Enter: The No Bake Pie. No bake crust filled with creamy or frozen filling, the no bake pie is one of my favorite things. If left to my own devices, I could eat an entire pie in a day. I wish I was kidding. I've collected over 70 No Bake Pies today. From fruit to ice cream to peanut butter to caramel, you'll be able to find your favorite! … {continue reading}

Lime Curd

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I have a slight addiction. It's called homemade curd. Lemon curd, lime curd, whatever. I can eat it with a spoon. Instead of paying $4 a jar and breaking the bank, I decided to make my own. Now you can too! Have you ever had lemon curd? Chances are, you've seen it used in a plethora of lemon recipes here on this blog. I've added the sweet stuff to a Cake roll, to breakfast pastry, and even to milkshakes. Curd is one of those things that you don't realize you love until you try a spoonful. Thicker and creamier than jam or jelly, it's got the consistency of a pudding, but it's much, much better. I've always been in love with lemon curd and I'd never seen lime until I visited Harry & David this past April. I bought a jar … {continue reading}

Perfect Whipped Cream {5 ways}

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Whipped cream is probably the easiest thing to make. With these step by step photos and the perfect recipe, you'll never have to buy canned again. Plus, did you know how easy it is to make flavored whipped cream? I made 4 other flavors from the base recipe. You need these in your life, trust me. Wanna know why? One of them is peanut butter whipped cream. Making whipped cream is really dangerous, for me anyways. More of it tends to end up in my tummy than on the cake, pie, or cheesecake it's destined for. I mean, a piping bag is just code for "pipe into mouth" right? This recipe is so simple, I almost didn't share it with you. I've made it approximately a hundred times for this blog: on cheesecake, on pie, and on cake. Last … {continue reading}

Baked Chocolate Croissant French Toast

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Making french toast one piece at a time is so last year. Baked French Toast is where it's at. Especially when you use Croissants for the bread...and add chocolate chips! Tomorrow is a special day: it's my 13th wedding anniversary. I really can't believe it's been that long. I was such a baby! {If you haven't read it, you can read our love story here. You can also see how we celebrated our 10th anniversary here.} Back in 2001, I'd never colored my hair. I'd never waxed my eyebrows. I'd never been so happy in my life! {You're wondering what this has to do with Baked Chocolate Croissant French Toast, don't you? Hang on, I'll get there eventually.} Back when we got married, I'd never been to Europe. That all changed in … {continue reading}

No Bake Mocha Mud Pie Dessert

Mocha Mud Pie Dessert (1 of 7)w

Who remembers Mocha Mud Pie? Show of hands? Anyone? How about Jamocha Almond Fudge Ice Cream? This No Bake Mocha Mud Pie Dessert is all of those combined. Call it a chocolate delight, a lush dessert, or a chocolate lasagna; whatever it is it's absolutely delicious. Last week I almost burst into tears in a dressing room. Happy tears. Let me explain. For over the past year, ever since "waisted" dresses have come back into fashion, I've spent hours trying on every single dress in pretty much every single store with the same result: they look horrible on me. I have a really short waist. As in, pitifully short. Do you know what someone with a really short waist looks like in a baggy cotton dress with an elastic waistband? An … {continue reading}

Over 70 Ice Cream Desserts

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If you love frozen desserts made with ice cream, you're in the right place. I've collected over 70 recipes in one place! In case you're new here, this past week was #icecreamweek. Ashton and I have been posting ice cream recipes all week long! One of the things I love to do with ice cream is make NEW desserts. Ice cream sandwiches, popsicles, cupcakes, pie, you name it. I love to create dessert with ice cream (store-bought or homemade). Today I've collected a ton of recipes from your favorite bloggers that do just that. Start off with some of your favorite ice cream recipes or head to the store and buy a carton. Then make some of these recipes! … {continue reading}

Homemade Drumsticks

Homemade Drumsticks (6 of 11)w

I love Drumsticks Ice Cream Bars. I don't love the price. Making your own at home is so much easier - and you can use whatever flavors you have on hand. Plus, you can make them with sprinkles. I love chopped peanuts, but man. I love my sprinkles too. My mom used to buy Drumsticks all the time when I was a kid. I have fond memories of eating off all the nuts that would come loose, then eating off the chocolate. Then I'd manage to eat all the ice cream, even down into the cone. Then I'd nibble the chocolate part of the cone, then eat the cone down to the chocolate tip, then finish it all in one bite. What? I can't be the only one who eats Drumsticks that way, right? RIGHT? **Crickets** You already know this about me, right? … {continue reading}

Easy Peanut Butter Brownie Ice Cream

Peanut Butter Brownie Ice Cream (4 of 8)w

Today is a super special day! It's a day that requires peanut butter ice cream that's filled with chunks of fudgy brownie. Honestly, every day is special enough for this Peanut Butter Brownie Ice Cream, I know. But today is really extra important. It's my husband's birthday! Birthdays aren't really important to him. He'd probably rather I just forget that it's a day. He actually told me not to get him presents. I know, right? Birthdays, however, are very important to me. They've always been huge deals in my family. So I bring my big hullabaloo to him, and he just grins and bears it. So, {tap tap tap} everyone ready? HAPPY BIRTHDAY MEL! So, for his birthday I made him ice cream. Actually, I'm lying. I made this ice … {continue reading}

Maple Bacon Crunch Ice Cream

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If you don't love bacon, I'm so sorry. Because this ice cream is all about the bacon. And the maple. And the toffee crunch. For my second installment of Ice Cream Week, I made Maple Bacon Cunch Ice Cream - without a machine. I think it's my most favorite ice cream - ever. A few weeks ago we went to Palm Springs. Because it's about a 9 hour drive from Sacramento and driving that long in the car with a 9 year old who asks "are we there yet" every five minutes makes me want to poke my eardrums out, we stopped for a night in Manhattan Beach. Manhattan Beach is in ocean front Los Angeles. It's got your usual: a pier, gorgeous beach, funky restaurants and shops, and an ice cream store. A truly happening ice cream store, as it … {continue reading}

Funfetti Cake Batter Ice Cream Sandwiches

Funfetti Cake Batter Ice Cream Sandwiches (7 of 10)w

Guess what? It's Ice Cream Week! All week long I'm going to be sharing ice cream recipes with you (and so will Ashton from Something Swanky!) Up first is one of my favorite flavors: Funfetti. Would you expect anything else? I made Funfetti Cake Batter Ice Cream and sandwiched them with Funfetti Sugar Cookies to make Funfetti Cake Batter Ice Cream Sandwiches! Last week we had dinner and movie night (our standard when Dad is on a business trip) and Jordan chose to watch the new version of The Parent Trap. Normally I end up working through movie night because, let's be honest, there is only so many times I can watch Space Buddies or Princess Protection Program before my eyeballs explode. I started off checking emails and … {continue reading}

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