You guys, I could not stop salivating after seeing these cookies!!!!
One of my favorite foodie bloggers, Sally from Sally’s Baking Addiction, created this awesome mixture of snickerdoodle cookies with a caramel “filling.” Snickerdoodles are probably the easiest cookies to make ever and to add this twist would definitely make it seem like you spent hours in the kitchen over these.
Did I ever tell you I especially love caramel? Caramel over chocolate ANY DAY.
If you’re not following her, please do so! She has so many great recipes for desserts and dinner. Check out the full recipe for these cookies!
Psst! By the way, this is my 100th post! What a sweet post to celebrate with (corny pun, yes but worth it)!
I promise you, I’m really not much of a drinker.
I enjoy a few drinks here and there but not crazy with it. More of a “light social drinker” if you want to call it that. But these two recipes I found have little to do with alcohol except that they are shaped like shot glasses. Now answer this: how many shot glasses have you had that are edible?
These dessert “shot glasses” are bound to be a conversation starter at your next party. Cheri from The Watering Mouth makes these from marshmallows and chocolate liqueur (or you can use chocolate milk for non-drinkers/kiddos):
Yum, I love how easy it is to make. Just two ingredients!
The next is a Milk and Chocolate Chip Cookie “Shot” – a DIY version by Brandi, inspired by Chef Dominique Ansel:
Such a great idea for milk and cookie lovers! I would love to see variations of this cookie shot: maybe Chocolate-Chocolate Chip or Sugar cookie? Surely it would be fun to make!
Need more recipe ideas? Come back every Foodie Friday for a new one to try!
I found another fun foodie project for everyone – chalkboard cookies! This is such a cute idea and is something great to make with the kiddos over the weekend. Look at these lovelies from Ashlee Marie: Continue reading