How delicious would you think that Rice Chex cereal coated with a melty mixture of bittersweet chocolate, peanut butter & butter is?? Then this mixture is sprinkled several times with icing sugar?? Well, let me tell you, it is delicious!! Continue reading “Puppy Chow”
I think this might be the last energy ball recipe I try! This is the 4th on I have made to see which one I like best! I prefer the first one that I made… All of these little balls are a great snack, if someone wants something sweet without any added sugar. Check out this recipe for energy balls #4 & let me know which recipe you prefer…if you haven’t tried any of the others I will include a link to them all below.
If one was having a party to watch the Oscars, or even if there wasn’t a party & you want a snack, what could be more appropriate than these cookies? The story, as I read it on epicurious.com, is that Nora Ephron (director & screenwriter) went to the Dahila Bakery in Seattle & bought some of these cookies. She emailed the owner saying that these were her all-time favourite and wanted the recipe. The bakery owner sent Nora Ephron the recipe with some cookies & asked if she could name the cookie after her in a cookbook. The answer was yes! I am going to a party to watch the Academy Awards Sunday night in Toronto so I baked these up & am taking them with me… hopefully they will not get broken in my suitcase! I have carefully packaged them up in tins. They are a bit time-consuming to make but very delicious.
Here the link to the recipe
This No-Oven Peanut Butter Squares recipe is from Kraft Canada. I had everything I needed in my pantry so that was easy. It only took a few minutes to put together. The chilling time was the longest part of this recipe. This recipe makes a large amount of squares. I cut them quite small and have 40 in the Ziploc bag… lost track of how many we ate as I cut them! This is a good recipe to make with the kids if you have some around to bake with! *** mine came out thinner then the picture in the recipe so if you want the base thicker maybe use a smaller pan
Here is the link to the recipe