Pineapples were on sale so I wanted to pick some up and make a dessert. We had recently made a Pineapple Upside Down Cake, so I was looking for something different to try. The grilled pineapple we used for the Hawaiian Pizza was really juicy and delicious, so I decided to go back to the BBQ. I came up with a nice, sweet dessert that pairs nicely with ice cream or is great by itself. Continue reading
Our most recent project was an order for princess themed cookies. I always love making girly cookies, so this was really fun to plan out and do, and I hope the little girl that they are for likes them as much as we did.
Sometimes it is nice to step away from the decorating and go back to a classic cake. Pineapple upside down cake is one of those cakes. It is easy to make, inexpensive and delicious. We modified ours slightly to make an extra moist and pineappley cake.
Quick, easy and awesome! One of the best salads, stuffed into chicken! And the best part is that you don’t have much of a recipe to follow. You can make as much or as little as you need.
This ravioli is light and delicious, and is a great idea for a summer meal. We got an awesome deal on the KitchenAid pasta attachment, and had recently bought a ravioli maker so we really wanted to test them both out.
One of my favourite flavour combinations is mint and chocolate, so after stumbling across some mint chocolate chips, it was pretty clear what our next cupcake experiment would be. I have had mint chocolate cupcakes before, but found that a lot of people make the buttercream taste like toothpaste, which is NOT what I want on a cupcake. A chocolatey cupcake with a hint of mint (think mint Girl Guide cookies) was what we were aiming for when we started and we got exactly that. Definitely no toothpaste buttercream here! Just chocolate, mint, and yum!!!