We believe this is IKEA's version of crack.... PEPPARKAKOR Ginger thins - IKEA
Honeycomb Candy - Aka Hokey-Pokey or Sponge Candy from Food.com: A response to a recipe request, here's a delicious old fashioned treat! Requires a candy thermometer. Best if you've made candy previous to using this recipe, as this one can be a little daunting, but hey, if you're adventurous have a go at it! ;)
Orange Creamsicle Fudge from Food.com: Marbled orange and white fudge that tastes just like a creamsicle. I have revised this recipe over the years and this is my latest version -- it's less sweet than the original. When you dump it in the bowl, it might look as if you've failed, however, it smooth up as it sets.
EASY Peanut Butter/Choc. Chip Cookies 1 cup peanut butter 1 cup sugar 1 egg 2 teaspoons baking soda 1 cup chocolate chips Directions: 1 Mix together the first four ingredients until well combined. 2 Add the chocolate chips and mix well. 3 Place a spoonful of dough on cookie sheets and flatten just a little bit. 4 Bake at 375 degrees for about 9-10 minutes.
Snickers Dip -- the Secret is Out!
Mini Apple Turnovers from Food.com: I got this recipe from Taste Of Home magazine. I'm digging out my apple recipes, since it's getting to be apple season here. These are really yummy little pastries! Be sure and hide some for yourself, because they will disappear quickly. Prep time includes refrigeration time.
This one is for Emily! | Carla Hall's Praline Blondie Sundae
| Michael Symon's Creamy Peanut Butter Cookies
Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies with Reese's Pieces: delicious, no oven necessary - make with GF oats
: Easy Chocolate Dipped Caramallow Patties