Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Yummly0Email0LinkedIn0Print0 This is one of those recipes that I am not even sure can be called a recipe. I am not sure where or when I first saw or ate this but it has been part of our barbecue (braai in my home language, Afrikaans)-repertoire for a very long time now. I thought that most South-Africans were […]
As you may remember, my mom made me a Ding Dong cake for my birthday. Well, kind of. The thing is, I love the combination of chocolate and marshmallow. So I didn’t really care about having the chocolate ganache at the top. I just wanted lots of marshmallow-y goodness all over. This chocolate cake recipe [...]
At my old job, lunch usually meant running downstairs at 3 p.m. to grab a grilled cheese sandwich to eat at my desk. But occasionally I did leave the building. One such jaunt was with my friend and former co-worker Heidi, to Good Stuff Eatery. Heidi always knows the best places to eat. Good Stuff [...]
On Monday, I happened to see a post on Baltimore Diner about Baltimore’s first-ever Cupcake Camp. I had never heard of cupcake camp, but it sounded right up my alley. The idea is just a place to go and share/eat cupcakes. And there was a contest. One of the contest categories was “best use of [...]
I think you’re all aware that I adore marshmallows. And I had been wanting to make my own for quite a while, but I was a bit intimidated by the possibility of sticky, gooey strands of sugar attacking my entire kitchen. It turns out my worries were unnecessary. It’s not that marshmallow making is a [...]
I grew up hating most breakfast foods. I went through a phase where I would eat bagels (and then wouldn’t), a phase where I would basically only eat those frozen mini-pancakes that taste like marshmallow (but not with pancake syrup — only fruit-flavored syrup) and a very long period during which I refused to eat [...]
Strawberry flavored krispie treats made into bite size cups and filled with a ready to eat cheesecake filling.
Peeps are a staple in Easter baskets everywhere, and everyone has tried them at some point in their lives. Love them or hate them, did you know these colorful marshmallow treats can be used to make an edible play dough? If your children receive Peeps in their basket this year, you can use this easy 3-ingredient recipe to make them into a fun-to-play-with and safe-to-eat play dough!
What's better than a mug of hot cocoa in front of a roaring fire on a cold Winter's night? Not much, but this Bourbon Caramel Roasted Marshmallow hot cocoa can certainly kick it up a notch. This steamy, indulgent beverage is so easy to make and it will please all of your holiday guests. I'll show you just what you need to make it!
We love our Family Movie Nights and this time we're watching Peter Rabbit! In honor of our movie pick, I made these scrumptious Marshmallow Kettle Corn Cottontails for everyone to munch on during the film. They're bite-sized, gooey popcorn treats that are so easy, they take just minutes to throw together.
We've got the Best S'more Cookies here! They are super fudgy, soft and chewy peanut butter and graham cracker cookies topped off with a hunk of fluffy marshmallow and Hershey’s chocolate to make them completely s'more worthy!
Who wants to build a snowman?! Check out this super easy Marshmallow Snowman Craft! Oh how we love crafts we can actually eat!
These ooey-gooey marshmallow Cadbury Egg Rice Krispies are loaded with Cadbury's famously rich and creamy mini milk chocolate eggs covered in crispy, colorful, candy shells. These treats are so perfect for Easter and they are super easy to make!
Milkshake is a beverage that originated in the USA. Today I made a strawberry marshmallow milkshake, which I would like to share its recipe with you.
This copycat Magnolia Bakery's Coconut Layer Cake recipe is a decadent southern layer cake made with layers of moist yellow cake filled with a rich coconut icing and topped with a light and billowy delicious marshmallow frosting with sweetened shredded coconut on top!
These fun Rice Krispie Nests are so adorable and simple to make! Marshmallow Rice Krispie treats are shaped into cute mini nests and topped with a delicious, creamy buttercream frosting and Easter egg candies!
Celebrate the luck of the Irish with these fun and festive St. Patrick's Day recipes that are so tasty, you'll want to make them every year! We've featured everything from leprechaun-inspired pancakes, to Irish appetizers, and plenty of sweets and treats so that you can celebrate St. Pattie's day from morning to night!
This decadent, vintage mint chocolate Grasshopper Pie comes together easily with just 5 simple ingredients! It has a cool, creamy minty pie filling made with creme de menthe and marshmallow fluff with a homemade chocolate Oreo crust and cookie crumbles on top!
Oooey gooey Lucky Charms marshmallow treats are a fun sweet St. Patricks Day treat for kids, a spin on the classic marshmallow treat!