I promise my next post will be much healthier, but in the meantime, have a cookie.I suppose these are really more like miniature cakes rather than cookies, but they are baked like a cookie and essentially can perhaps be best described as cake, muffin and cookie all rolled into one. Just in time for Valentine’s Day too in case you wish to make a somewhat decadent treat.
I don’t know how you feel about Cracker Barrel restaurant, but around here, they are a whole big thing, and when I get a chance to eat at Cracker Barrel it’s always such a treat for me. Their menu has so many of my favorite country dishes that it’s really hard for me to decide on what to order. And every time we go, there is dessert a perfect square of Double Fudge Coca Cola Cake with a scoop of ice cream on top.
When you were a kid did you ever read those “Choose Your Own Adventure” books? You know, If you choose to enter the creepy abandoned house that says Do Not Enter then turn to page 56, or If you choose to listen to your mother and go home for dinner turn to page 34…” basicaly you choose alternate endings. Well in this recipe you can play “Choose Your Own Ingredients” game, fun right ? because you can use what ever ingredients you want or have on hand at the time.
Feast your eyes on a very rare sight. Pictured above is Cake Myth a Ebinger’s Brooklyn Blackout Cake by Katie Workman from the mom 100 blog. The Legend begins when Ebinger’s created this cake during World War II. Because of its dark chocolate, nearly black appearance, it was named after the blackout drills performed by the Civilian Defense Corps. Foodie historian Molly O’Neill wrote…
So what kind of foods do you crave? I crave for caramel apples, but i don’t want them overcooked. Well, I don’t mind cooked, as long as apples preserve their fresh tasting. So If you are a Pinterest nut like myself, you may have seen some version of Caramel Apple Fluff pop up more than a few times up here in blogosphere. In my case, it had been showing up at Food Magazine blog.