This delicious blondie recipe features a brown butter mixture and white chocolate mousse whipped cream!
You read that right — this recipe features bacon as a key ingredient! These would be exceptional next to a scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream!
Whip this one up your cauldron– I mean crock pot! — and you’ll have a little treat all to yourself before the kids get home!
Churros are deep-fried, stick-thin fritters dredged in sugar. They are a staple Mexican street sweet. For this recipe, we suggest using a household deep fryer for the best results.
This signature recipe comes from Lee Anne Wong – Editor and Culinary Director of Maker’s Mark Virtual Recipe Cookbook. Two of our favorite things, bacon and bourbon, accented by chunks of rich, dark chocolate.
Scrumptious holiday bread pudding made with Taste Elevated Booze Thyme Cherries! Be sure you add lots of whipped cream 😉
Bacon flavored sugar cookies served with a dark chocolate ganache! The yield for this scrumptious recipe is 18-20 cookies
This is Ann Criswell’s recipe out of her old TEXAS THE BEAUTIFUL COOKBOOK. Ann was the Food Editor for 36 years at the Houston Chronicle!
A delicious back-to-school snack packed with fiber and protein to help kiddos (and adults) keep up their energy during long days at school or the office. These bars are super easy to make, and are perfect for on-the-go breakfasts, lunch box stuffers or after-school snacks.
Bourbon Milkpunch is enjoyed morning and night in New Orleans, where it originated, but most commonly at brunch. It can easily be whipped up before or after a meal and offers almost immediate gratification. Not to mention, it adds a beautiful color palette to any occasion.
Scrumptious churros, seasoned with ground cinnamon and sugar, and plated with a delectable chocolate dipping sauce from Batanga in H-Town!
Just as delicious as they sound…many thanks to Butter & Company Catering in Houston for the recipe. Enjoy everyone!
Life is golden, ain’t it? We think so! Start, continue OR wind down your day with this creamy Golden Latte for on-the-go. Made with coconut and unsweetened almond milk.
This King Cake recipe from Holly Clegg eliminates the worry of working with a complicated yeast dough. It’s easy – and surprisingly healthy! Get the kiddos involved and make it a family affair.
Sweet and spicy meet when Sriracha is added to Peanut Butter cookies from The Sugar Pixie. Must have additions include chocolate chips, or top with a Chocolate Hershey’s Kiss like a Peanut Butter Blossom.