Double peanut butter sandwich cookies. Two soft, chewy, peanut butter cookies sandwiching a sweet peanut butter cream. What more could you ask for? You guys, I haven’t updated this blog…
Honey garlic fried chicken is a delectable mix of sweet and savory. A great recipe for Rosh Hashana or any other time of year! Recently, someone asked me, “So when…
This peanut butter glazed peanut butter chocolate chip bundt cake (wow, that’s a mouthful) is a dense, rich cake bursting with peanut butter flavor.
Okay peeps, today we are continuing on with our series of “the best desserts are peanut butter and chocolate desserts.” Because, as we said previously, chocolate + peanut butter = delicious. It’s science, okay? The formula means it’s true.
C + PB = D
Just call me Einstein.
Anyway, back to peanut butter and chocolate (not that we ever really left.)
Four-ingredient, no bake peanut butter bars. Could a dessert get any easier?
If you ask me (and if you didn’t ask me, imma tell you anyway), the best desserts are ones with peanut butter and chocolate. There’s something about that combination that’s just magical. There’s a reason Reese’s is so popular, right?
Chicago deep dish pizza at home, for when you are craving your Chicago deep dish pizza fix but can’t afford to fly to Chicago…
Mmmmm…. Pizza…. Who doesn’t love pizza?
(If you don’t love pizza, don’t tell me. I will never be able to think the same of you again.)
This Korean Beef Bowl gives you all the flavors of Korean bbq in 15 minutes. Serve with leftover rice and a side salad, and you have dinner in less than half an hour!
Just kidding. Nothing about this Korean beef recipe is slimy. The title of this post just reminded me of that scene in The Lion King. Don’t ask. My brain is a weird place, ok?
The recipe can be found here:
I was originally drawn to this recipe because it looks so simple, and because I love soy/ginger/sugar flavor combos. (My husband usually doesn’t, though, but oh well. I cook the supper so I call the shots.)