Best Ever Apple Fritter Cake. So… this happened the other day…. this absolutely amazing “cake” that is like a pan full of apple fritters. O M G! It might not be the healthiest or quickest or easiest to make…. but it is sooo worth it! With all the snow and colds and flu and healing […] … Continue reading Best Ever Apple Fritter Cake — the creative life in between
Stuffed Butternut Squash. I wanted to do something new and creative with butternut squash for dinner one day this past week. I absolutely love butternut squash and have shared several recipes through the years here at The Creative Life In Between on how I enjoy preparing it. The most simple is yummy, but easy Roasted … Continue reading Stuffed Butternut Squash — the creative life in between
Chewy Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Is anything really better than a good old-fashioned homemade chocolate chip cookie? Well, this time of year, there sure is!
After all, it’s pumpkin and spice time.
So why not make Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies?!
This cookie is a crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside version – unlike most pumpkin cookies, which are more cake-like (and wonderful too!)
Feel free to vary the spices to your liking. No need to add nutmeg or ginger if you don’t have or don’t like. Feel free to adjust the amount of cinnamon to your taste. Some might like milk chocolate chips in these, but I prefer semi-sweet. Milk chocolate chips seem almost too sweet to me.
I found a recipe at Chelsea’s Messy Apron, and tweaked it up to my liking. Here is how I made them.
Cheers & Hugs,
Quick and Easy Peach Puff Pastry Tartlets. This Sunday, we had the family over for dinner. Hubby made the most amazing BBQ spare ribs, which we served with grilled sweet corn on the cob, cowboy baked beans and a caprese salad. A fresh peach dessert seemed the perfect ending for this BBQ, but I didn’t […] … Continue reading Quick and Easy Peach Puff Pastry Tartlets — the creative life in between
Lemon Crinkle Cookies.
This light, delicate Lemon Crinkle Cookie is just the ticket!
A tangy zip of lemon juice and zest in a small little puff rolled in powdered sugar and “crinkled” will make a lovely contrast in flavor and color.
It’s wedding week, and we are so excited!
Hope you will give this lovely cookie a try.
And while we are talking about cookies…. my friend Sherrie told me a joke this week that I thought would be fun to share given all the cookie recipes I’ve been sharing lately….
Why did the cookie go to the hospital?
……………………………………………………………………………….Because it was feeling crummy! 😝😝😝🍪
Cheers & Hugs,
Raspberry Dark Chocolate Shortbread Cookies.
Is anything more divine than tart, sweet raspberry and velvety, dark chocolate?
Then combine it with a flaky, buttery shortbread cookie?!
Heaven in a bite – right?!
These little gems are the most recent cookie baking project for the wedding cookie table.
I think you might want to make some of these too!
Cheers & Hugs,
Jodi’s Best Ever Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Wedding cookie baking continues; and I think if my son Nick had his way, the wedding cookie table would be completely covered with chocolate chip cookies.
I often vary this basic chocolate chip cookie recipe up by substituting a portion of the chocolate chips with dried tart cherries (Nick’s current fave) or half the chocolate chips with peanut butter chips, or making them with white chocolate chips and dried blueberries, or half chocolate chips and half chopped Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies, but this is my classic, stand-by best ever chocolate chip cookie recipe, and I made three batches for the upcoming wedding.
A couple tips for those that ask how I make these: always refrigerate the dough for at least a few hours before baking, roll dough into large balls, bake on baking stones (no greater investment for baking!), electric…
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Peanut Butter Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips.
I had a few bananas hanging out that were getting very ripe, so I decided to make a loaf of banana bread yesterday morning.
Instead of making my usual, I wanted to try something different. Knowing how yummy peanut butter toast is with sliced bananas (right??!!), I thought peanut butter would be a wonderful addition to banana bread. And while I was at it, why not throw in a few chocolate chips?!
Thinking I was a genius for coming up with this idea, I searched online just in case. Well of course others had tried this combo! (Where have I been?!) I found a few different versions, so I took what I liked from them and adapted to come up with this one below. It was delish! The peanut butter is subtle, but adds a wonderful new twist. This bread is SUPER…
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