S’mores Cookies

This recipe for S’mores Cookies calls for very few ingredients and makes for one of the best little treats ever!

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This is like your everyday quintessential vanilla cookies recipe.

The only difference is that is one is better.

Butterscotch flavor runs through every bite, while the crushed graham crackers give an additional crunch to the cookie. And marshmallows and chocolate chunks take it up a notch. Who doesn’t like bite sized pieces of s’more-y goodness? You could skip the marshmallow and chocolate topping to make butterscotch cookies too. But why would you? The addition on top is what makes these cookies better than your average sugar cookies.   (more…)

Mini Pancake Muffins

Mini Pancake Muffins … with chocolate chips I might add! You don’t need to flip pancakes, just pop them in your mouth!

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Stopping by mid week to post a supremely easy breakfast treat – the Pancake muffins!

Pancakes are by far the easiest recipe I have ever come across. But you do have to babysit each pancake, flipping them when they’re done and making more. When you are the one making them, you almost always  end up with leftovers or cold pancakes. With these pancakes in muffin tins, you can have the best of both worlds – taste of a pancake in a cupcake form without having to sit over a griddle flipping pancakes.

These adorable little breakfast-on-the-go muffins can be baked in regular sized cupcake molds as well; but I do think the mini versions make for better looking muffins. The batter is as easy as mixing 8-9 ingredients together, in no specific order. You may or may not add chocolate chips or blueberries on top of the batter for extra flavor. Just pop them into an oven and let them bake into perfect little pancake muffins!

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Hershey’s Kisses Cookies

These simple Hershey’s Kisses Cookies are cute little sweet treats for any occasion.

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I made these cookies over a year ago! Sometime in 2014, actually. I found these pictures in my hard drive and memories came flooding back! These are gloriously tasty, easy to prepare and so much fun to eat!

Taking the concept from the basic thumbprint cookies, I stuffed a Hershey’s Kiss in the impression instead of Jam or something else. I didn’t expect it to work – honestly. I thought that the chocolate would melt while baking and become a mess. But to my delight, these cookies came out of the oven – smelling divine AND retaining their shapes.

The secret is to freeze the Hershey’s Kisses ahead of time. That way, they wouldn’t disintegrate and melt while baking. Moreover, when you remove the baking sheet out of the oven, have patience. Do not attack the cookies immediately. Give the Hershey’s Kisses a chance to set into the cookie impression. And when the cookies have cooled completely, you will have an amazing combination of Hershey’s Kisses and Vanilla Cookies.

Now – you have to admit – Hershey’s Kiss on a Cookie is wayyyy better than just a regular cookie!    (more…)

Butterscotch Cookie Bars

These butterscotch cookie bars are easy to bake and filled with nuts and marshmallows and candies to give them extra oomph!

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3 years ago, if you had told me there’d come a time when I’d be making butterscotch cookie bars at home, I’d have laughed at you. But here I am today, gloriously writing a recipe for the same. I have to thank this blog for my culinary experiments. These butterscotch flavored cookie bars are just so darn easy, that I wonder why it took me so long to discover the recipe. Brown Sugar is the miracle ingredient that makes these bars delicious!

This was the first time I tried (to bake AND eat) cookie bars and I was mildly surprised by how much I enjoyed these sweet treats. They are a cross between cookies and brownies. They taste like those classic, somewhat soft, somewhat chewy cookies. The great thing about these bars is that – unlike cookies – you don’t have to roll them out and make individual cookies. You dump the entire dough in a pan, bake and then slice into bars.

Use the basic dough to spruce up your own cookie bars. I like to add marshmallows, chocolates, nuts and even crushed graham crackers for texture and flavor. You can do whatever you like! Make this your own.

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