This light and creamy peanut butter mousse pie with marshmallow whipped cream and pretzel crust is the ultimate sweet and salty indulgence.
When my friend Andie Mitchell sent me an advance copy of her book Eating in the Middle: A Mostly Wholesome Cookbook I couldn’t put it down. Every page held another gorgeous photo, another recipe I couldn’t wait to try.
Chocolate raspberry breakfast pudding, coconut curry brussels sprouts, and cheddar biscuit-topped barbecue chicken pie— oh my!
But it should come as no surprise to anyone that the first recipe I made came from her dessert chapter. From the moment I laid eyes on this peanut butter mousse pie, I knew I had to have it. >> More
This is the lightest and fluffiest vanilla buttercream frosting. It’s perfect for frosting just about anything— cakes, cupcakes, cookies and more!
Are you a frosting person? I’m totally a frosting person. What’s under the frosting is important too, of course, but I definitely can appreciate a big pile of billowy frosting.
And for me that’s exactly what frosting should be like— light, creamy and cloud-like.
I’ve developed this vanilla buttercream frosting recipe over several years and too many cakes, cupcakes and cookies to count, and I feel pretty confident calling it the very best. Because it is! >> More
Step aside cinnamon rolls, there’s a new sweet roll in town. Filled with semi-sweet chocolate and finely chopped hazelnuts and topped with an espresso glaze, these sweet rolls have it all.
This recipe was developed in partnership with Red Star Yeast.
I wish I could give a huge bear hug to whoever deemed sweet rolls fit for breakfast. Because if we’re being completely honest, we have to admit that they’re pretty much dessert food, right?
But I’m not one to complain when it comes to getting away with eating dessert for breakfast, and so here’s one more recipe to tempt us all. >> More
There’s no oven required for these easy lime cheesecake bars with graham cracker crust.
Every now and then a new recipe comes out of my kitchen and completely rocks my world. Like these lime cheesecake bars. They instantly jumped right into my top 10 where I’m sure they will remain forever and ever.
Gosh, I love my job.
If you love cheesecake and if you love key lime pie then this recipe is just for you. It combines the best of both, with a graham cracker crust and light-as-air, citrusy filling. Plus, it’s all no-bake so these bars are as easy peasy as homemade gets. >> More
Thick slices of homemade pizza filled with melted mozzarella, slices of pepperoni and lots of marinara sauce, all baked in a cast iron skillet.
I have a slight obsession with pizza. Though really, who doesn’t? I could probably eat it every day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. And I’m only slightly exaggerating.
But as much of a pizza lover as I am, and even though pizza night is a weekly thing at our house, I hadn’t ever before made a deep dish pizza. This was my very first. And whoa! I’ve been missing out, because this pizza was ahhh-mazing. >> More