These little gems are a must have for the holidays! They’re so much easier to make with a KitchenAid Mixer, but you can definitely use a good ole hand mixer as well. The original recipe is from Miss Paula Deen herself. The butter queen. That’s the beginning to a beautiful cookie if you ask me.
We found this little lovely in Bon Appetit magazine a few years back when we were planning Thanksgiving. She’s never disappointed us. I just made the recipe again for a fantastic Friendsgiving our good buddies put on. The best thing about bringing this dessert is that it’s perfect at room temperature! I definitely forgot to take pics
I love this recipe! It’s sweet [but not too much], boozy, and super quick + simple! To really bring the cake over-the-top, you make a syrup that then soaks into the baked cake. The result is a moist, delicious center. You can see where the syrup soaked into the cake in the dark area. #nomnom I
Who doesn’t love chocolate? Especially when you throw some booze in there for good measure… Some of the ingredients in this recipe might seem a little fancy and funky, but they’re super easy to find! The demerara sugar was worth its weight in gold. The crunchy, sugary topping on this fudge adds a ton of
I’m not a huge sweets person and neither was my dad, but when I made him this cake, he just about jumped for joy. I’m pretty sure he ate the whole thing within three days. I don’t think he’d had that much chocolate in three years, but it really made my heart sing. It’s been