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Grandma’s Extraordinary Apple Cake Recipe

We're sharing the old kitchen custom of the super moist chop-and-stir cake. Once your sweets are chopity chopped, you can quickly swirl together a sweet apple cake batter with a big wooden spoon to make an awesome cake for a crowd. Preferably using ...

Blog: Bake This Cake!
Posted on: Nov 23, 2016 |  Original Post

Filipino Avocado Ice Cream

This Avocado Ice Cream is inspired by the ice cream of my youth. And it's a no churn recipe, meaning you don't need an ice cream maker to whip it up. The post Filipino Avocado Ice Cream appeared first on Confessions of a Chocoholic.

Blog: Confessions of a Chocoholic
Posted on: Jun 18, 2016 |  Original Post

White Chocolate Coconut Panna Cotta

I've never actually made panna cotta before because I always thought it has an intimidating multi-step process that might involve water baths or something, but I couldn't be more wrong. Making panna cotta is super easy! The post White Chocolate ...

Blog: Confessions of a Chocoholic
Posted on: Apr 13, 2015 |  Original Post

Carrot Cake Energy Balls

About a year ago I bought two canisters of Quaker quick oats (the one minute kind). Thanks to commissary prices and coupons, I paid about $0.25 for both of them. When I got home, I opened them, put them in a canister, and then realized I ...

Blog: Bake it. Create it. Love it.
Posted on: Jan 29, 2015 |  Original Post

Coconut Blueberry Pie Ice Cream

This ice cream is insanely delicious. It tastes exactly like how it sounds: blueberry pie, coconut cream pie, and ice cream in one. Dense, creamy, sweet coconut ice cream with swirls of blueberry compote and graham cracker crumbs. Best of all, it's ...

Blog: Confessions of a Chocoholic
Posted on: Sep 11, 2014 |  Original Post

Australian Almond Anzac Biscuits (Cookies)

Baked by Australian wives during World War I for their soldiers overseas, these cookies were made without eggs to enable them to endure the long shipping times.Continue reading: Australian Almond Anzac Biscuits (Cookies) You May… Continue ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Jun 10, 2014 |  Original Post

Pineapple Mango Coconut Crumble with Candied Ginger

MAKE IT.  It’ll blow your mind. Or your palate rather. What I’m trying to say is, you’ll thank me.Continue reading: Pineapple Mango Coconut Crumble with Candied Ginger You May Also Like:1 April, 2013 Coco-Ma-Nana ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: May 31, 2014 |  Original Post

Balti Chicken with Tomatoes and Coconut

Here is an Indian dish I developed several years ago, have perfected over time, and it’s been one of my favorite Indian dishes since.  My family loves it and it’s always a hit with our… Continue reading → The post Balti ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: May 12, 2014 |  Original Post

Coconut Chicken Pumpkin Curry

As I’m sure you’ve noticed, it’s been pumpkin season for a while!  Lots and lots of pumpkins everywhere!  And so I got creative and began brainstorming ways of using fresh pumpkin.  This Coconut Chicken Pumpkin Curry was one of ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Nov 04, 2013 |  Original Post

Coconut Chocolate Chip Pancakes for One

I made pancakes for me, and I made this batch exactly the way I want: not too flat, not too fluffy, sweetened with bits of chocolate, with a tropical hit from coconut oil and some texture from shredded coconut. I doused it with real maple syrup, ...

Blog: Confessions of a Chocoholic
Posted on: Sep 26, 2013 |  Original Post

Lemon Coconut Muffins

I love pretty much any baked goods with lemon.  Can’t think of an exception.  Lemon has a way of bringing carbs to life, which is probably why lemon zest is a central component to German and European baking at large.  That and butter. ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Aug 12, 2013 |  Original Post

Coconut Sunflower Seed Cookies

A tribute to “The Sunflower State”, Kansas, these cookies are delightfully delicious bites of happiness! Sunflower,  beautiful sunflower! Van Gogh captured it on canvas, William Blake praised it in prose. Ah! Sunflower Ah Sunflower, ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Aug 05, 2013 |  Original Post

Coconut Chia Pudding

After a taste of this cool, creamy, sweet pudding - silky with coconut milk and almost jelly-like, topped with blueberries bursting with freshness - you might want to re-think your stance about healthy desserts not being "your thing." You might ...

Blog: Confessions of a Chocoholic
Posted on: Jul 29, 2013 |  Original Post

Spotlight on Turks and Caicos – Fish Fry

The Fish Fry at Bight Park in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos, is the perfect combination of food, drinks, and fun! An event that should not be missed.

Blog: Foodies Have Fun
Posted on: May 04, 2013 |  Original Post

Coco-Ma-Nana Smoothies

The words “sun”, “March”, and “Washington” aren’t terribly synonymous and all that beautiful sunshine we had this weekend was getting me in a tropical mood.  So I pulled out my blender and enjoyed a yummy ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Apr 01, 2013 |  Original Post

Tuna Pasta and Other Good Eats

I'm just going to say it: tuna pasta does not look appetizing. Maybe to others, it doesn't even sound appetizing. But I grew up eating it, and it's a cinch to make, so it's one of those things that I turn to when I'm lacking in dinner ideas. It's a ...

Blog: Confessions of a Chocoholic
Posted on: Dec 16, 2012 |  Original Post

Brunch at M3

Ever have one of those Saturday mornings where you just want to eat cake for breakfast? But then your family and friends don't get it, and they want to eat "real" food, like meat and seafood, so you compromise on brunch, and you pick a place that ...

Blog: Confessions of a Chocoholic
Posted on: Oct 18, 2012 |  Original Post

Burma SuperStar, New Chinatown, San Francisco

Burma Superstar is unbelievable. We still can not believe this was our first Burmese cuisine dining experience. Our “first” was flawless and highly memorable. We enjoyed a contrast of hot and cold beverages from iced tea (BMH’s ...

Blog: BakingMeHungry
Posted on: Oct 07, 2012 |  Original Post

Coconut Cheesecake

How can eating a slice of coconut cheesecake feel so rewarding? Maybe it has something to do with those famous chocolate wafers. Have you ever had those, from Nabisco? It comes in a yellow box, and each chocolate wafer taste like a flattened Oreo ...

Blog: Confessions of a Chocoholic
Posted on: Jul 18, 2012 |  Original Post

Ancient Ice Cream, Chiang Mai

Ancient Ice Cream is amazing. The flavors are exotic and plenty. Our favorite was the coconut ice cream. Creamy, sweet and satisfying. Filed under: review Tagged: ancient, ancient ice cream, chiang mai, coconut, ice cream

Blog: BakingMeHungry
Posted on: Jul 07, 2012 |  Original Post


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