Sharing Recipes from Some of My Favorite Bloggers – DESSERTS

Coconut Pound Cake - The Southern Lady Cooks

About a year and a half ago I posted several yummy-looking appetizer recipes from some of my favorite bloggers.  I decided to do something similar today with dessert recipes because, sometimes, things are just too good NOT to share!

For a few weeks I was on a cleaning binge…. of sorts.  My cleaning binge is sooo over right now.  I think I’m going to go on a serious baking binge – starting tomorrow.   Enjoy !

                 Sharing Recipes from Some of My Favorite Bloggers – DESSERTS

This recipe for Heath Bar (or Chocolate Chip) Blondies, from Bits and Breadcrumbs, was my inspiration for sharing dessert recipes today.  Blondies are a lot like brownies in texture but the batter isn’t made with chocolate.  Usually made with chocolate chips and walnuts, this recipe gives you a choice to add either chocolate chips or Heath Bar chips. My suggestion – consider making these, at least once, with half Heath Toffee Bits and half chocolate chips!

Blonde Brownies = Bits and Breadcrumbs

http://bitsandbreadcrumbs.com/2014/01/31/snow-day-sweet-tooth/  

I love pound cake! This Coconut Pound Cake, from The Southern Lady Cooks, seems to be super easy to make: you use a a yellow cake mix, some vanilla pudding, coconut and evaporated milk, plus a few other things.  A rich coconut sauce is poured on top. YUMMY!  If you’re looking for some great southern recipes, be sure to visit The Southern Lady Cooks. You’ll see why she’s one of my favorite bloggers!

Coconut Pound Cake - The Southern Lady Cookshttp://thesouthernladycooks.com/2011/04/22/coconut-pound-cake/

I’ve never made New York Style Crumb Cake from scratch but I sure will now. From Uni Homemaker, this crumb cake has lots and lots of topping.  Doesn’t it look delicious?

from Uni-Homemaker - New York Style Crumb Cake

http://unihomemaker.com/2013/12/29/new-york-style-crumb-cake/

I’d planned to include only recipes from other bloggers – then I came across my own recipe for Apple Pie, which I’ve been ‘playing with’ for decades.  Everyone seems to really like my apple pie a lot, so I’m including it as well.

My Yellow Farmhouse - Apple Piehttp://myyellowfarmhouse.com/2012/11/18/my-yellow-farmhouse-apple-pie/

I haven’t eaten Oatmeal Scotchies in years. In truth, I’d forgotten all about them – until tonight when I found this recipe from Averie Cooks.  It seems that, like me, Averie hadn’t made these in years – she posted, “These cookies are a tasty trip down memory lane. My grandma used to make them and I hadn’t had them in ages. So I changed that.”  Averie, I intend to change that too !

oatmealscotchies-Averie Cookshttp://www.averiecooks.com/2013/04/soft-and-chewy-oatmeal-scotchies-cookies.html

ENJOY !!

7 thoughts on “Sharing Recipes from Some of My Favorite Bloggers – DESSERTS

  1. Thank you so much for the shout out, Cecile! I’m so pleased you like the Heath Bar Blondies and I like your suggestion to mix chips and Heath…sounds even more decadent. :) Love these other recipes, too, and must go and check them out.

  2. You know, just before I posted this, I was thinking, “I hope the bloggers whom I featured understand I’m ‘sharing’… not trying to copy. Hey, when somethings good… why not share it!
    I love your blog – your recipes always look so delicious!! And – like you – I want to make every single one of these – SOON !! ; o )

  3. As I’ve mentioned before, one of the many reasons I enjoy having a food blog is the great people I get to meet AND the way they often make me smile. Just as you did with your ‘thumb comment’ above!

  4. Sometimes I wish I could only eat dessert. Thanks for sharing such a lovely combination of ingredients. I think I love the chewy oatmeal cookies most. I can even imagine the chewiness and taste in my mouth. I think they must be very addictive!

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