Are bananas and chocolate the perfect combo? Do you feel that frozen bananas are the best way to cool off on a hot summer afternoon? Do you think that sprinkles make everything taste better? Then you are going to love these Chocolate Covered Banana Bites! Today I stopped by to visit Mindie at Bacon Time with the Hungry Hypo, and I brought these Chocolate Covered Banana Bites with me!
These little goodies are easy and simple to make.........
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To start off the party I made a Celebration Cake. I wanted to share this cake with you because it is my inspiration for this party. I make this cake when we celebrate something wonderful. Sometimes it is an accomplishment of a family member, sometimes it is a friend or neighbor. Most of the time I make this cake full size, but this time the cake is a mini, but still as much fun! I think the colors are fun and happy, and they are appropriate for this fun and happy party!
To make the cake:
Beat the sugar and butter until creamy.
Add eggs and vanilla and beat together.
Add milk and mix in. Add flour and mix together.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until done.
To make the frosting:
Cream your butter to make it fluffy
Beat in sugar till fluffy.
Add vanilla and beat it into the mix.
Add the milk and beat 3-4 minutes.
Divide the frosting and mix the colors you want.
Using a Wilton #1M tip and decorate the cake as shown above.
I love cherries, and I love chocolate, don't you? Which is why this recipe for Black Forest Bundt Cake w/ a Cherry Ganache Topping contains both items. This is my first recipe for a new group I am participating in called Bundt Bakers. I think the name says it all~we bake bundt cakes! But did you know that each month the cake contains a special required ingredient? Isn't that fun, and yummy?! You will get to see what everyone else made, but first, here is my Black Forest Bundt Cake with a Cherry Ganache Topping!
Black Forest Bundt Cake w/a Cherry Ganache Topping
I just love fresh cherries, don't you? They are one of my favorites and this year they taste so incredibly good. I wanted to make something a little different, so I came up with this Chocolate Cherry Crostini dessert. The crostini are actually pound cake slices that are toasted, and then topped with an incredible cherry sauce, chocolate and a few other delectable goodies that make this the perfect summertime treat!
I love the 4th of July, don't you? I love the picnics, the family time, the games, the fireworks and of course, the food! But my favorite thing is that we are celebrating this wonderful country we are lucky enough to live in. So what would be better to eat on this day than Freedom Stars! They are red, white and blue rice krispie treats cut into stars. Simple, sweet and pure American!
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It's time for blueberries, which for me, means Panna Cotta topped with a Blueberry Compote! I love blueberries and don't you think they are the perfect summertime fruit? Panna Cotta is easy to make, and the blueberry compote is just as easy. Plus, I used Truvia instead of sugar for fewer calories. The best part is that they have to be made ahead of time, so it is the perfect dessert!
Looking to serve something special, but also a favorite that your guests already love? Then these 4th of July S'mores are perfect for your party menu! They are easy to put together because you make parts of the recipe beforehand, and the only thing to do before serving is to toast the marshmallow! Use a good quality chocolate for the ganache and a big star as the topper! Everyone will love these!
I was thinking about what kind of cookie is a Dad Cookie. I mean, there is really no such thing as a manly cookie~is there? So I thought about all the types of cookies I have made in my life and which ones the two men in my life liked the most and I came up with Dad's Cookies. There is no scientific evidence that states that these cookies are only for dad's, but I think he will love them!
How about a Beach Cookie to start your week and ward off the Monday blahs! Last week I was making a bunch of beach themed cookies when I came across some beachy cookies on Cake Central. I love to look at all the cookie designs and I fell in love with the pretty simplicity of this beach cookie. This cookie was submitted by Sassyzan. Well, Sassyzan's post sent me to Montreal Confections where she gave step by step video directions on how to make this cookie. Trust me, it is easy and simple to follow. You can use your own sugar cookie recipe, or use my favorite "go to" cookie and frosting recipe!