Mexican Wedding Cakes are a melt-in-your mouth shortbread-like cookie that goes by many names; a Russian Tea Cake, an Italian Butter Nut, a Southern Pecan Butterball, a Snowdrop, a Viennese Sugar Ball and a Snowball.
2. Simple & Delicious Candied Nuts for Desserts
There isn't a dessert that candied nuts don't go well with! In this Grokker Premium video, pastry Chef Emily Luchetti gives you a baking basic by demonstrating a step by step process on how to make candied nuts that you, your family, and guests will love on chocolate cake, store-bought ice cream, or almost any dessert.
3. Chocolate Chip Cookies
Learn how to bake perfect soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies. These are perfect for parties, family gatherings. or just as a midnight snack.
4. Honey Peanut Butter Cookies
This Honey Peanut Butter Cookies recipe demonstrates the substitution of 1/2 of the sugar called for in the recipe, plus the addition of flour and baking soda. Cookies baked with 1/2 the sugar replaced by honey will stay fresh-tasting for up to three weeks when stored in an airtight container. However, these cookies are so tasty, they won't likely last that long.
Move over root beer float...there's a new float in town! Try this amazing recipe for a chocolate stout float with homemade peanutbutter ice cream and chocolate dipped pretzels. WOW! It's rich, creamy, decadent and definitely a whole new way to enjoy a float!
6. How To Make Vanilla Pudding
Learn how to make homemade vanilla pudding. It is amazing how you can take everyday ingredients like milk, eggs, sugar, and vanilla, and transform them into a dessert that tastes so good. It is easy to make, and your can eat it hot, at room temperature, or even cold. http://www.joyofbaking.com/VanillaPudding.html
7. Moist And Tasty Pumpkin Cupcakes
These Pumpkin Cupcakes are a great way to enjoy pumpkin. They are moist and taste of pumpkin and its complementary spices (ground cinnamon, ginger and cloves). Once the cupcakes have cooled, they are covered with a tangy cream cheese frosting and a sprinkling of chopped nuts (pecans or walnuts) or English Toffee Bits. I like to serve these cupcakes after a casual Fall or Winter meal but I think they would also make a nice addition to your Thanksgiving baking.
8. Peanut Butter Pie
A PeanutButter Pie is like a giant peanut butter cup. It is an elegant looking pie with its smooth chocolate ganache topping all covered with crunchy peanuts. Inside is a rich and creamy, no bake peanut butter filling that is set in a chocolate cookie crumb crust. Now that is pure indulgence.