Bars - Squares - FilledView Our Alphabetical Recipe Index for Bars - Squares - Filled
Find a recipe via our alphabetical recipe index or you can also search using our Search bar for recipes by title or by type (in general Categories, muffins, breads, etc.)
Chocolate makes this unique, a cream cheese dough makes it easy.For chocolate addicts, use chocolate hazelnut filling. For a "Black Forest" rugulah, use raspberry or cherry preserves as filling.
I make these in mini muffin tins. Once the brownies are cool, dip a couple in milk, white or melted semi-sweet chocolate or just drizzle them a bit with chocolate. Alternatively, toss them in either confectioners' sugar or cocoa.
Then chill them a bit (for easier handling), and then wrap first in cellophane paper and then in colored tissue paper. Wrap and tie ends like amaretti. Pile a slew in a pretty bag, tie on a ribbon and you have a Valentine‚Äôs gift extraordinaire.
Smooth as silk this is a bouquet of orange, hazelnuts and decadent Frangelico (hazelnut liqueur) and a ton of chocolate. Each good on their owm but the trio becomes a symphony in our favorite thing (this week) : brownies.
Smooth as silk this is a bouquet of orange, hazelnuts and decadent Frangelico (hazelnut liqueur) and a ton of chocolate. Each good on their own but the trio becomes a symphony in our favorite thing : brownies.
An old-fashioned apple strudel made quick and easy with prepared filo leaves. This recipe makes two strudel rolls. Serve one warm. The other can be a gift or nibbled on later.
A recipe that seems to appear all over the Internet but alas with some strangely consistent errors. Here is my version – right as rain and as delicious as a cinnamon bun but without yeast or effort. Anyone see my favourite 9 by 13 inch pan?
These are dense, chewy, and rife with a caramel/brown sugar taste. Butterscotch and white chocolate chipsmake these blockbusters.
Is this a cookie or a tart? A torte or a cake? To us, Linzertorte has cookie roots and torte aspirations.
Using half coconut oil makes these a bit more heart healthy. Choose unflavoured coconut oil (which looks like a white greasy paste and comes in a jar) but if you don’t mind organic coconut oil, you will get a wonderful Mounds Bar sort of brownie. The neat thing (aside from the great coconut fat) is that these are dense, chewy, crusty topped and moist brownies. Absolutely delicious. If you want to use this as a base to fiddle with healthier brownies, consider adding hemp hearts, whole-wheat flour, and subbing from of the sugar with agave or coconut sugar. http://www.foodrenegade.com/how-to-choose-a-good-coconut-oil/ for information or this site to order the coconut oil I used OJIO available at http://ultimatesuperfoods.com/ItemDetail.aspx?comcode=FD&plinid=COCOIL&item=VCO32OG&type=pl&plnmain=COCONUT. Note: these will seem greasy when just baked but as they cool, they start to behave.
| | | | | | .. | |
There are many versions of these. This one is a prime example: big, bold, funky, hunky bars to wow your office with or knock the socks off the pot luck group.