Tag Archives: marshmallow
20 of the past 27 days have been over 90 degrees here. Consequently, I haven’t been baking a whole lot. This Danish was an exception – it’s what I call a “cheat” recipe, using pre-made ingredients…but sometimes that’ll have to … Continue reading
Summertime! It’s July! Our lockdown has moved from the living room to the backyard since the season allows. And, along with grilling s’mores, it’s totally ice cream time. As has been an ongoing effort on this blog, we often try … Continue reading
It’s something like day 742 of the shutdown, and I found flour, so I’ve been baking. I’m running low on butter, so we’ll see how long the baking lasts. My sourdough starter is taking forever to expand, which the interwebs … Continue reading
I love brownies, but here’s the secret—the ones made from a box are 99% of the time better than brownies made from scratch. I know, blasphemy. So, for that reason, I rarely bake brownies unless I’m really trying to re-convince … Continue reading
This post is less about a recipe and more about fun. Most readers will have already made krispy treats. These are a variation of that, intended to make children (or the young at heart) smile. If you know how to … Continue reading
Last month I focused on strawberries, and this month it’s blueberries! I really can’t get enough of fruits and berries in the summertime. And I’m not talking about supermarket berries – I mean farmers market berries, pick-your-own berries, berries from … Continue reading
Now that summer is here, I’m fully enjoying fruits and berries. This month’s marshmallow recipe is for Marshmallow Icebox Pie.
Summer is here (well, unofficially)! Thus begins the season of less oven use, more grilling, and as many frozen desserts as possible. So, Marshmallow-Banana Popsicles are what we bring you today!