Everybody loves a good doughnut, or at least they do in my family, so you know that I will be making these Krispy Kreme copy cat doughnuts this weekend.
*The full doughnut recipe can be found on Leanne Bakes
If you need something to take to the next party that you are invited to look no further, Betty Crocker has come through with a recipe for warm toasted marshmallow bars. They are made from traditional ingredients that go into a run-of-the-mill s’more, with some added butter and of course a package of Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix. Lovely!
Get the rest of the recipe for Betty Crokers’ Warm Toasted Marshmallows
I’ve been trying to get my household to let me make doughnuts, but have had no luck so far. I always get the “it’s too oily” talk, but they haven’t seen these. These billowy apple doughnuts from Helene at Tartelette look like miniature poofy morsels of joy to me.
Get the full recipe adapted from Epicurious on Tartelette
What do you do with dog safe fruit thats going a bit soft and might not be palatable for the family? On Sugar’s blog, you can see how they made left over blueberries into some great summer iced lollies. The ice lollies are a delicious summer treat to cool your pups off.
Sugar, the Golden Retriever has the full recipe
Cuberdons are Belgian sweets that are really very popular within the country but not well knows outside their borders. I Love Belgium has featured them just to show us how lovely they really are. Cuberdons are made with a secret recipe shared only by a handful of confisiers or confectioners and are a firm part of every Flemish child’s memories.
Cuberdons are a violet-coloured sugar cone with a thick raspberry syrup inside. The traditional way to eat the Cuberdons is to bite the top and release the thick syrup inside.