It’s almost Halloween, and you have two things on your mind. To start with, you’re trying to Pinterest your way to a totally DIY costume for your kiddo. And then, there are the treats. Not the bulk candy that you buy in those pillowcase-sized bags (but those are nice too) — we’re talking about Halloween desserts that you whip up in the kitchen. Short on time? These little gems are totally easy to make, and they’ll go faster and be even more fun with your kiddo helping out!
Click here to see more: https://www.brit.co/kids-halloween-treats/
These delicious, addictive truffles are made with a raw almond butter base, sweetened by dates and maple, with crunchy buckwheat groat center. As you take the first bite, it's likely that they will remind you of rice crispy treats, only better. To make them even more amazing, they are bathed in a crave-worthy dark chocolate coating. Just try and stop at only one.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-recipe/almond-maple-crunch-truffles/
Seriously, how cute are these cookies? And they are SO easy to make. I think the little Frankenstein guy is my favorite. He’s a little to sweet to be spooky. You start with store bought cookies (no baking required!) and get right to the decorating.
Click here find this recipe: http://www.lovefromtheoven.com/easy-halloween-cookie-pops/
Edible cookie dough (made without eggs) is perfect for some sweet snacking on its own, but even better when it’s rolled into balls and dipped in chocolate.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.today.com/recipes/peanut-butter-m-ms-cookie-dough-truffles-recipe-t104502
Every once in a while Mrs. Grilling24x7 comes up with a real winner that compliments my grilling perfectly. On the menu today was two simple NY strips, potatoes and a grilled veggie. But what about dessert? She came up with Fluffernutter Peanut Butter Cups. What an amazing treat! Take a look at this, it is the perfect party dessert as not only does it taste amazing but it is a fun conversation piece.
Click here for this recipe: http://grilling24x7.com/fluffernutter-peanut-butter-cups-2/
Alice Medrich brings her chocolate expertise to Craftsy in this class. You'll learn essential techniques and bake three showstopping cakes.
Click here to join this class: http://bit.ly/DecadentChocCakes
Eating chocolate every day could ward off deadly diseases, including dementia and heart disease! Scientists at the University of L'Aquila in central Italy analysed what happens to the brain in the hours after a choc binge.
And they also examined the benefits eating more of the sweet treat over a long period of time.
The researchers found the brain-boosting effects of chocolate come from compounds called cocoa flavanols.
They helped boost heart health, but also increased blood flow in the brain - specifically in areas thought to be linked to age-related decline.
Read more here: https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/3917862/this-is-why-eating-chocolate-everyday-isnt-just-a-treat-its-good-for-your-brain/
Who doesn’t like chocolate covered pretzels, right?!? I wanted to make them different thought so I decided to make pretzel sandwiches with yummy caramel in the middle. If you are looking for something easy to make, these are it!
Click here for this recipe: https://babygizmo.com/chocolate-covered-caramel-pretzel-bites/
Buckeye Balls have always been the stars of potlucks, cookie tables, and dessert roundups. What’s not to like about a ginormous ball of peanut butter and powdered sugar that is eventually dipped in a thick coat of chocolate? Buckeye Balls are the original homemade Reeses eggs, and one can easily find themselves eating two, three, even ten of them in one sitting.
Click here for this recipe: http://paleogrubs.com/buckeye-balls
Cocoa, semi-sweet chocolate chips and dark chocolate glaze make these triple dark chocolate scones an irresistible treat any time of day.
Find this recipe here: http://chocolatechocolateandmore.com/triple-dark-chocolate-scones/
Everyone likes surprises when Reese's cups are involved.
Find this recipe here: http://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/recipes/a51268/reeses-stuffed-cupcakes-recipe/
Our kids are back in the kitchen sharing this quick treat idea: Dirt and Worm Pudding Cups!
To our kids, taking pictures of your food and talking about each step as you make it is normal to them . . . ha ha! It's how life is when your moms are bloggers! So each week, we are sharing a recipe and video on our YouTube channel that the kids make themselves. They are pretty hilarious and way cuter than we are, so we hope you enjoy!
Click here for recipe & Video: http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/recipe/2017/01/dirt-and-worm-pudding-cups/
Simple ingredients. Just three… that is all you need.
Click here for this recipe: https://allshecooks.com/chocolate-covered-peanut-butter-pretzels/
A cripsy and tart green apple slice dipped in chocolate then drizzled with white chocolate followed by a sprinkling of mini m&m’s and sprinkles. They were a super quick and simple treat to make and they put a huge smile on the kids’ faces. You can’t beat that.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.fortheloveofcooking.net/2016/10/chocolate-dipped-apple-pops.html
New month, new class!! Learn how to make chocolate truffles like a pro! Once you get this down, you can do so much more with the skills you learn!
Click here for this class: http://bit.ly/make-chocolate-truffles
Ohhhh man, you guys. Have I got a treat for you today! I just love easy recipes for when I’m in a pinch and need a quick recipe. This recipe is almost no-bake, you’ll just need to bake the crust. I like a firmer crust so it stays together but if you don’t mind a crumbly crust, you don’t even need to bake it! Which makes this pie even easier.
Find this recipe here: http://www.sprinklesomesugar.com/creamy-peanut-butter-pie-with-dark-chocolate-whipped-cream/
I know I don't have to tell you to make this recipe twice. OMG this is so good!
Click here for this recipe: https://thefeedfeed.com/kevmasse/chocolate-dipped-frozen-watermelon