Galaxy patterns capture the eye as well as the imagination. Cosmic swirls of color against star speckled darkness can be found on cake rolls, candy bark, cookies, and now on ship-able brownies too! Galaxy Brownies feature swirls of colorful blondie with star speckled, fudgy brownie. Appropriately, this chewy, chocolate deliciousness is “out of this world”!
The weather is getting cold. Hat and gloves and even boots, kind of cold. Wintery weather calls for steaming mugs of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate. Whatever your warming beverage choice, it’s a good idea to have a chewy Butterscotch Blondie Bar along side. Butterscotch is a comforting, cozy flavor that warms the soul. Butterscotch…
When life gets crazy hectic, simplifying is essential. If extra time for fussing over individual cookies just doesn’t exist, bar cookies are a delicious solution. Simple Sugar Cookie Bars save time without compromising on flavor. These quick and easy bars are soft and chewy with a crunchy sugar topping and creamy vanilla bean flavor.
Black Bottom White-Chocolate Bars are a no decisions, all-in-one kind of bar; a chewy double chocolate brownie bottom topped with a vanilla enhanced white-chocolate blondie layer. These bars are easy enough to bake for no special occasion at all, however, they are eye-catching and delicious enough for celebrations.
These fabulous bars are Caramel Chocolate Chunk Blondies, a.k.a. Asheville Blondies. A few weeks ago, I attended Food Blog Forum 2014 in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina. These blondies, inspired by ingredients lovingly created by the food artisans of Asheville, are my thank you for their gracious hospitality.
Years ago, during a conversation with my uncle, he gave me a huge compliment. He said I was just like my mother. Though there are moments when I look in the mirror and observe with dismay that I’m turning into my mother, my mom has been a wonderful role model as I navigate life. She’s…
Last weekend I attended my first food blogger conference, The Saint Louis Food Media Forum. The conference isn’t just for food bloggers. There were all kinds of people involved in food and media; chefs, photographers, newspaper/magazine writers and publishers, social media techies, cookbook authors, and food company representatives. It was great!