It’s the perfect Summerween pie: Franken-Lime! This citrusy, airy, creamy and light pie is a taste of summer with a spooky twist. My husband told me he looked more like Shrek than Frankenstein because I foolishly forgot his neck bolts, so don’t make the same mistake I did when you decorate and do Frankie proud by giving him some neck bolts!
I can’t say this is an actual key lime pie because I didn’t use key limes – just regular limes and lime juice but it can certainly be modified. Regardless, it’s delicious! It could be best described as a “lime custard pie”. Recipe below:
I love making sweets! Especially Halloween inspired sweets!
Since it’s still too toasty outside to bake in the oven, I chose to get in the Halloween spirit by making a sweet treat using the stove top instead.
The grocery store aisles are becoming fully stocked with Halloween candy and baking goods and I felt inspired to create something ghoulish…so I added a bit of Halloween magic to a basic rice cereal treat recipe to create ghoulish rice cereal treats instead.
Want to make a no fuss festive snack without turning the oven on? Keep on reading!
I’m getting excited for my Monster Mash Bash Halloween party happening on October 20! So much so, that I’m beginning to make ghoulish treats for all of my friends to enjoy. Nothing puts a smile on your face than some treats with a little spooky personality to them.
The only issue I run into is that working 40 hours a week can make you feel less than enthusiastic about whipping up something homemade. That’s why I want to share this easy and quick and frightfully festive spider cookie recipe with you! It’s perfect to put together on a weeknight or when you’re running out of time to make something spooktacular to treat and delight your pals.
It’s August and the cool mornings and nights mean that it is time to bake with PUMPKIN!
I love making pumpkin baked goods, and this year I have taken great joy in baking my own donuts. Baked donuts at home are healthier than fried donuts, and just as delicious. I recommend you have a donut mold pan to bake with, which are fairly inexpensive. I picked up a two pack of Wilton donut pans on Amazon for $13.50 earlier this season. (Always grease your pan well when baking to make it easier to pop them out. I just give mine a good spray with canola oil)
What better way to kick off the weekend than baking a batch of cookies? How about a batch of PUMPKIN cookies at that? I don’t think there is ever a wrong time of the year to indulge in a little pumpkin!
Today I want to share a yummy, easy, pumpkin chocolate chip cookie recipe with you! I made some today and my husband calls them “muffin tops” since they are soft cookies (but I love them nonetheless!) . So if you like soft cookies and or muffin tops, these are the cookies for you.