Posts Tagged ‘dessert’

Serve It :: Pudding Parfaits

Can we agree that mini desserts are just better? These mini pudding parfaits are just so cuuuute, aren’t they? (Spoiler alert: They also taste delicious.)

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I actually made these dessert in mini wine tasting glasses I had on hand. They just so happen to be the perfect size for mini pudding parfaits! These mini mason jars would also work perfectly (and I love that they have lids).
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You can completely customize this recipe and get really creative. I used the classic Nilla Wafer cookies to make a cookie crumb crust at the bottom. Then I layered homemade vanilla pudding, jimmies (sprinkles), and whipped cream. But you can do any cookie crumble (Oreo would be so good!) and any flavor of pudding you like. You get the idea, have fun with it! (more…)

Pineapple + Pretzel Chocolate Bark

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It’s not unusual that I get a weird idea and then head to the kitchen. That’s exactly how this chocolate bark assembly began. I thought … hmmmm what if I made a salty-sweet bark and tossed in some candied pineapple for good measure. Heck, why not?!

make chocolate barkHere are the goods to make the chocolate bark :: Chocolate and white chocolate melts, candied pineapples, pretzel sticks, and white sprinkles (not pictured)

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Make It :: Colorful Treat Wrappers

Simple DIY Treat Wrappers

I love the idea of creating little thoughtful surprises to brighten up the everyday. These little tissue wrappers add a bright pop of color and playfulness to any small treat you can wrap up. And, you have all the supplies needed to make these now, I guarantee it.

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The Simplest Easter Treats Ever

This post is sponsored Philadelphia Cream Cheese.

Easter is a couple of weeks away and we have a tradition of putting on a big Eggstravaganza at a local park. Big crowd, lots of kids, games, egg hunt … and, of course, the Easter treats! Oh, the treats.

This year I was thinking of easy recipes for kids that were both easy to make (my daughter loves making Easter treats–check out her Easter candy bark from last year), and easy to eat while running around at the park.

And then it hit me –graham cracker and frosting sandwiches! When I was a kid, my mom used to make these when she had leftover frosting. They are the simplest things ever but just so yummy. No kid can resist (even the grown up kinds).

The simplest Easter treats ever! Graham crackers and frosting for the win.

I started by making a batch of cream cheese frosting. The rich flavor of the Philadelphia Cream Cheese makes this simple dessert feel like a real treat. And since this is an Easter dessert, I chose three bright colors to mix in.

The simplest Easter treats ever! Graham crackers and frosting for the win.
Once your frosting is made, all you have to do is spread it on one side of a graham cracker and then sandwich it with another. It is THAT simple.

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Make your own chocolate hearts

Looking for sweet (simple) valentines day treats to make? These chocolate hearts only took 15 minutes from start to finish!

valentine's day treatsAll you will need is a heart mold, melting chocolates, and some sprinkles.

simple valentine's day treatsMelt the chocolate and pour into your molds. Add a few sprinkles to the chocolate while it is still wet.

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