I am totally obsessed with these cupcakes, and for good reason!
If you love those sinfully delicious chocolate snack cupcakes with the perfect white swirls on top and the delightful cream filling then my tricky copycat recipe is for you!
This recipe is extra sneaky because I like to save myself some trouble and use a cake mix and store bought frosting. If you don’t like the idea of using those items then feel free to use your favorite chocolate cupcake recipe and marshmallow frosting. I won’t feel bad!
When I first tried these cupcakes I ate half of them in one sitting and then made another batch, they are that good! Continue reading “Cream-Filled Cupcakes”
Time for dinner! So far, I have given ideas for Valentine’s Day breakfast, lunch, as well as a tasty dessert to enjoy. Now, it is time for a delicious home-style dinner for you and your sweetie. Every home seems to have their own variation of this classic dinner, but as far as a meat and potatoes dinner goes – you can’t beat a good meatloaf! Continue reading “Valentine’s Day 2016 Series: Mini Meatloaves”
Here’s a neat idea for you- heart shaped cornbread muffins! Are you planning on making a big batch of your favorite soup to warm you up during this very chilly holiday weekend? Consider pairing it with this fun themed side dish. I apologize that don’t have a recipe to share, but I wanted to show you all this cute muffin before I ran out of time! Use your favorite recipe and bake as you normally would for regular cornbread muffins. Enjoy!
Happy Belated Pizza Day! I know I am late, but pizza is pizza and it is delicious no matter what day it is. There are many heart shaped pizza crusts floating around Pinterest, which is a neat idea for Valentine’s day, but let’s take it up a notch! These pizza rolls are fast, fun, and will be a big hit with the kiddos.
Continue reading “Valentine’s Day 2016 Series: Pronto Pizza Rolls”
Time for breakfast! If you’ve ever had a frittata before, then you know that they are very easy and customizable. These little frittatas will be the perfect start to your Valentine’s day festivities. ❤
Continue reading “Valentine’s Day 2016 Series: Mini Broccoli-Cheddar Frittatas”
Let’s start this series off right with a delicious and uncomplicated dessert to impress!
I just recently tried Nutella for the first time, despite the Nutella craze that has circulated for a while, now. I was pleased to find that it is very, very tasty. Though I’ll probably stick with good ol’ creamy peanut butter for my everyday toast spread, Nutella is a nice treat that goes splendidly in these simple no-bake cheesecakes! Better yet: This is a dessert you can make a day ahead of your special dinner. Thumbs up!
Continue reading “Valentine’s Day 2016 Series: No-Bake Nutella Cheesecakes”
While everybody else is stocking up on chips and pinning recipes for dips and hot wings, I am busy day-dreaming all of the possibilities of what I can do with my new heart shaped silicone mold!
Would you hate me if I told you I have never watched a Superbowl? In high school I went to football games solely to talk about boys with my friends and drink hot chocolate. With Valentine’s Day in a week, I am more excited about heart shaped foods than I am football!
For Mr. C and I, our Valentine’s day will be quiet and low-key; if you are very budget conscious like we are, your Valentine’s day may be very similar. We aren’t going out for an expensive dinner, but we still want to celebrate the day! With my heart shaped silicone mold the first thing to come to mind are adorable heart shaped cupcakes, but I am determined to show that there are loads of possibilities!
Valentine’s Day 2016 Series: My goal for the next week is to experiment making heart shaped foods to inspire you for the upcoming holiday. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert – I can’t wait to explore the possibilities!