Brownies & Bars

Root Beer Float Brownie Cupcakes

Now you can have your brownie a la mode and root beer float all at once with these easy root beer float brownie cupcakes by doctoring up boxed brownie mix.

Root Beer Float Brownie Cupcakes 1
Read the rest of this entry »

Redheads

Move over brownies and blondies, these redheads are here to spice things up! With cinnamon, cayenne, and red food coloring to make them memorable.

Redheads 2
Read the rest of this entry »

Toasted Coconut Bird’s Nest Krispies Treats

Rice krispies treats are great for every holiday. Turn them into bird’s nests using toasted coconut, mini Cadbury eggs, chocolate, and your cupcake tin.

Toasted Coconut Bird’s Nest Krispies Treats 1
Read the rest of this entry »

Pistachio Baklava Bars

Homemade baklava can be a bit overwhelming. But these baklava bars couldn’t be easier. With pistachios and Jameson for blended Irish-Greek spirit!

Pistachio Baklava Bars 1
Read the rest of this entry »

Lucky Charms Marshmallow Crispy Treats

Everyone loves marshmallow crispy treats made with puffed rice cereal, but what about other childhood cereals? Try these Lucky Charms treats just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.

Lucky Charms Marshmallow Crispy Treats 2
Read the rest of this entry »

Maple Walnut Blondies

Love Trader Joe’s maple walnut blondies? Now you can make them at home! Chewy blondies packed with walnuts and maple flavor.

Maple Walnut Blondies
Read the rest of this entry »

Red Velvet Layer Cheesecake Bars

Red velvet isn’t complete without cream cheese. These cheesecake bars have a layer of red velvet cheesecake topped with a plain layer. Don’t forget the Oreo crust!

Red Velvet Cheesecake Layer Bars 1

Welcome to Day 2 of #TripleSBites where 20 bloggers including myself are sharing spicy, saucy, and secy recipes for Valentine’s Day and beyond (said like Buzz Lightyear)! When it comes to Valentine’s Day desserts, decadent desserts as king and red velvet is a popular category. It’s time to splurge after 1-1/2 months of abiding by your new years resolutions so let’s make some red velvet cheesecake bars!

Logo

These bars have an Oreo cookie crust, topped by a layer of red velvet cheesecake, followed by another layer of plain cheesecake. The result is a bar that resembles a red velvet sheet cake topped with cream cheese frosting. Top them with fruit, fresh whipped cream, sprinkles, or enjoy them straight up. Whatever tickles your fancy!

Don’t forget to enter for a chance to win the big #TripleSBites giveaway. Click HERE and use the widget located at the bottom of the post.

Red Velvet Cheesecake Layer Bars 2

One year ago: Smoked Sea Salt Caramel Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies

Three years ago: Nutella Recipe Roundup

Four years ago: Cocoa Brownies with Browned Butter and Walnuts
Read the rest of this entry »

Lemon Lush Bars

These fluffy lemon bars are so good you will find yourself rationalizing that such a light dessert just might be healthy. It’s all in perception right?

Lemon Lush Bars 1

Well, well, well, looks like my Buckeyes wanted to make sure my first day on the new job was one to remember! What a game! So excited for Ohio State to be the first College Football Playoff National Champions!!! I would have never anticipated this to happen after hearing that our starting QB was injured right before the start of the season. Neither would I have dreamed of it after losing to Virginia Tech and then again after almost losing to Penn State. Losing our second QB to injury right before the conference championship game. The controversy of selecting Ohio State over TCU or Baylor. Worst of all, the tragic death of Kosta. The list of things this team has had to overcome this year is just craziness and the team stuck together through it all and proved everyone wrong. Add it to the list of reasons I am proud to be a Buckeye.

Lemon Lush Bars 2

Going along with this new job of mine, you probably noticed the decrease in the amount of posts I share each week. I apologize for not feeding the addiction, providing daily fixes but until I can get back into a groove and have my kitchen fully organized (and not in boxes randomly dispersed around the floor), I regrettably will not be able to post as often. Lucky for you before getting the flu, traveling to Rochester for Christmas, and NYC for NYE, and moving to Ohio, I was able to whip up a few things to tide over some of the gaps. Bear with me as most things are sweets, such as these lemon lush bars, and may not abide by your new years resolutions. Just eat some healthy in compensate, that’s how it works right?

Two years ago: Overnight, Slow Cooker Eggnog Cranberry Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Four years ago: Stuffed Green Peppers
Read the rest of this entry »

Hard Root Beer Brownies with Peanut Butter Frosting

Add some booze to your brownies with hard root beer, then top them off with peanut butter frosting and a syrupy hard root beer reduction. For the win!

Hard Root Beer Brownies with Peanut Butter Frosting 1

It’s time to play Duck Hunt! Seriously, click that link and you can play Duck Hunt. But what I am really trying to say is…

GO BUCKEYES!!!

Tonight the Bucks take on the Ducks in the first College Football Playoff championship game, so of course I couldn’t resist the opportunity to break in the new kitchen with some peanut butter and chocolate goodness. While out shopping for things for the house I stumbled upon Sprecher hard root beer, so why not throw it in there too? These hard root beer brownies are super thick, dense, and rich. After getting topped off with peanut butter frosting and hard root beer syrup, these brownies are game-time ready!

Hard Root Beer Brownies with Peanut Butter Frosting 2

One year ago: Meyer Lemon Curd Cupcakes for Two

Three years ago: Broccoli Quiche

Four years ago: Pizza Dough
Read the rest of this entry »

Turtle Brownie Bites

Enjoy these bite-sized brownies filled withed chopped pecans and topped with sweet caramel and toasted pecan halves.

Turtle Brownie Bites 1

I don’t know about you, but moving stinks. Sure it’s exciting to move into a new place and get situated but the whole moving boxes and heavy furniture for extended periods of time thing I could do without. So while I slowly work on situating the new living situation, you guys can sit back and enjoy these turtle brownie bites. Whether you use a boxed mix or make the brownies homemade, all you have to add is caramel and pecans for turtley goodness.

Turtle Brownie Bites 2

One year ago: Spicy Ranch Seasoned Hard Pretzels

Three years ago: Cheddar Baked Potato Soup

Four years ago: Homemade Hot Cocoa Mix
Read the rest of this entry »

PhotobucketPhotobucketPhotobucketPhotobucket
Photobucket
Photobucket
  • Bake Sale
  • Bread Rolls Buns & Dough
  • Contests
  • DIY
  • Dressing Sauces & Condiments
  • Gift Ideas
  • Giveaways
  • Reviews
  • Salads
  • Side Dish
  • Slow Cooker
  • Travel
  • Uncategorized
  • Vegetarian
Networks
Groups
stephsbitebybite.com
secretrecipeclubnewbutton