Butterscotch Crunchies ~ If you love butterscotch, and you love peanut butter, than you are going to LOVE these!
Recipe for Homemade Turtle Clusters - Oh how I love Turtle Clusters and they are even better when they are homemade! So I believe I’ll try these this Holiday season!
Old Fashioned Soft Molasses Cookies - These molasses cookies are an old fashioned holiday favorite! Super soft and packed with the amazing, rich flavors of molasses, ginger, and cinnamon. Just like Grandma used to make!
yuum - had some trouble because our mixer wasn't strong enough, maybe do it by hand next time... also had to cook them for longer than the recommended time, but they taste great and kept their shape!
Festive Shortbread Bites by Noshing With The Nolands are melt in your mouth delicious and perfect for the holidays! You won't be able to stop at just one!
Simple but DELICIOUS Peanut butter squares 1 cup peanut butter ½ cup butter 250 gr butterscotch baking chips 400 grams of fruit mini marshmallows Melt first three ingredient in a pot. Let cool (IMPORTANT). Mix in marshmallows, put in a pan lined with plastic wrap, press in and let cool in fridge.
These Soft Baked Gingersnap Cookies are thick and chewy, and full of rich molasses, ginger, and spices for a wonderful Christmas cookie everyone will love!
Reese’s Peanut Butter Christmas Trees are your favorite Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups disguised in a fun and festive Christmas dessert!
Raspberry Almond Shortbread Thumbprint Cookies - a tender shortbread cookie packed with raspberry jam and topped with a simple almond icing.
13 Common Cognitive Distortions - Allowing negative thinking to dominate, rather than being rational, balanced & purposeful
Une grille simple et très pratique. Garde-la, elle te sera utile.
Easy 4-Cheese Mini Manicotti Appetizer | KitchenCents.com They would make a fantastic cheesy appetizer for your next party.
The PERFECT soft and chewy oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.
This is so cool
Cupboard storage solution using magazine rack! Can screw into door or let stand in cabinets. Stores Aluminum foil, plastic wrap and bags, along with Cutting boards, baking pans, tubber ware lids, plates, and cans. A more open type of magazine can organize pot lids.