If you ever need to whip up something delicious in a jiff – this is for you. Yesterday I got a call from a friend I haven’t seen for months. She was in the area and was going to drop in for a quick cup of coffee. Well, you know how it is….you don’t want to just pour a naked cup a coffee, so not having any fabuous French pastries on hand (joke…) I wondered what to serve. I really needed something quick and tasty to go with my notoriously bad coffee. Yes, I make weak coffee and everybody complains. Knowing my coffee needed a companion, I rummaged through the pantry and found a box of lemon cake mix. I didn’t really have time to make a full blown cake with frosting, as she said she’d be here shortly but I remembered a quick cookie recipe I had heard of using cake mix and Sephra chocolate chips. Yep, it pays to have those on hand at all times. A staple in my house. You can NEVER go wrong adding Sephra chocolate.
So, as it turns out Snickerdoodles are one of Santa’s favorite Christmas cookies! So we decided to take the fabulous flavors one step further and add white chocolate chips. We didn’t use any chocolate chips – we used Sephra Belgian White Chocolate Chips. Totally magnificent if we do say so ourselves!
One of my all time favorite Christmas cookie recipes with a new twist – Peppermint Marshmallow Cream! We have made this delicious and easy cookie recipe in our house at Christmas for years. Here is the basic recipe. You can make these and leave them as is (utterly delicious) or turn them into these little peppermint sandwich cookies for an extra bit of holiday madness!
Your Sephra chocolate fondue fountain is good for so much more than just providing guests with a delicious dessert option. Your fondue fountain can even become the delicious centerpiece for an Asian inspired dinner party. Simply use one of two simple Asian recipes that will have your guests’ mouths watering
Rarely does a single recipe become worthy of its own blog post; but this is the exception. These are by far THE best chocolate chip cookies…EVER! Inspired by Mrs. Field’s use of ground oatmeal, this recipe will make you famous with friends and family.
Wayne State University recently released the findings of a study that will surely please many dark chocolate lovers.