Category Archives: Other Desserts

Triple-Layer Brownies

If you’re a fan of brownies and like to make them even more rich and chocolatey than the typical brownie, these Triple-Layer Brownies may be just the thing you’re looking for! I saw a recipe over at VeryBestBaking.com and I just had to try it! It was a finalist in the 2000 Share The Very Best Recipe Contest, so I figured they must be good!

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Easy Salted Caramel Sauce

I bought some salted caramel sauce a few months ago, and I could hardly tell it was salted! So I made a note to try making a homemade salted caramel sauce sometime, and I finally had the chance. This Easy Salted Caramel Sauce is definitely salted and has a great buttery, sweet-salty flavor!

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Mini Orange Bundt Cakes

Mini bundt cakes are fun to make—they’re really easy and they look so fancy! They make a special little treat for birthdays, tea time, or just any time you want a yummy dessert. These Mini Orange Bundt Cakes are really good, and full of orange flavor. They’re made with orange zest, orange extract, and orange juice, so no wonder they taste so good!

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Mint Chip Ice Cream

Homemade ice cream is the best, and you don’t even need an ice cream maker to make it! You’d be surprised how easy it is! This recipe for Mint Chip Ice Cream is from a book called No-Churn Ice Cream, which I reviewed a few years ago. I’m a big fan of mint chocolate chip Ice cream, so of course I chose to make that flavor on my first try at making it homemade!

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Root Beer Float

Even though this Root Bear Float isn’t red, white, and blue, it’s still a very all-American treat! If you haven’t ever made one, you need to make a Root Beer Float at least once during the summer! It’s such a wonderful cool and creamy, foamy and fizzy dessert! I drank plenty of Root Beer Floats when I was a kid, so it was fun to enjoy one again recently. I made my float in a vintage glass I found at a flea market and felt like I was right in a soda shop! 🙂 You can chill your glasses in the fridge beforehand if you want them to be extra cool.

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