Flower Pot Cookies
Lemon Sugar Cookies - melt in your mouth delicious! Soft, fluffy and full of lemon flavor. Trust me, they are amazing!
Cupcakes in a to go cup with spoon attached--great idea for bake sale/ fundraisers.
Inside out Chocolate filled strawberries! never thought to set them up in an egg carton while the chocolate dries! And another plus is you don’t have to worry about the chocolate cracking off the outside when you bite into it! holiday treats, fill strawberri, valentine day, chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate strawberries, food, white chocolate, ice trays, egg cartons
Inside out Chocolate filled strawberries! never thought to set them up in an egg carton while the chocolate dries! And another plus is you don't have to worry about the chocolate cracking off the outside when you bit into it!
For those in my life who prefer soft cookies... "I recently learned about a secret ingredient that will produce the most delicious, fluffy, soft chocolate chip cookies ever--CORNSTARCH! Instead of baking powder, you use cornstarch in your dough. The dough itself ends up looking exactly like ice cream and the texture is out of this world...very close to the Keebler Soft Batch Cookies" soft cooki, chocolate chips, soft batch, soft chocol, food, bake powder, chocol chip, chip cooki, batch cooki
If you prefer soft cookies, use CORNSTARCH instead of baking powder...
jello worms. put jello into straws to make worms.
WE ARE OBSESSED WITH THIS! Marshmallow popcorn! my favorite! 3 bags popcorn (pop and take out extra kernels) 2 sticks of butter 16 oz bag of marshmallows 1 cup brown sugar Microwave butter, marshmallows, and brown sugar for 2 1/2 min. Take out and stir. Microwave again for 1 min. Repeat until thin sauce. When done pour over popcorn and mix. YUM!
5 minute coffee cake in a cup. this might be the best idea i have ever heard. try it.
marshmallow popcorn balls
Cookie pie! Best homemade cookie cake ever
Paula Dean's banana pudding.. With cream cheese and sweetened condensed milk! I gotta try
Brownie bites with peanut butter frosting
Strawberry Pretzel Salad
Cupcakes baked in ketchup cups, so cute for a party or a shower! You can use a flat baking sheet too as the cups are strong enough and don't need a muffin tin.
"People will swear these are from a fancy bakery," says Atlas of this tempting shortcut. To follow her lead: Use a serrated knife to cut the crust off a pound cake, then slice the cake into one-inch squares. Place them on a cooling rack with parchment paper underneath, pour icing over the squares, and let set for an hour. Atlas's 60-second icing recipe? Mix four tablespoons of water to two cups of sifted confectioner's sugar. Tint the mixture by stirring in a bit of gel food-coloring.