Don’t let these small cupcakes fool you – they are packed with sweet flavors of vanilla and coconut while still being free of sugar! The icing is also a perfectly smooth and tasty topping to these light cupcakes.
I am loving how these cake bars turned out - texurely, they're perfect. A soft, light cake topped with a sweet, buttery, and crunchy crumble topping. These are traditionally known as coffee cake bars. I understand why. Since the cake isn't overly sweet, it pairs nicely with a cup of coffee. I enjoyed mine with a cup of milk - basically, either way, you won't be disappointed!
Forget the Reese's Christmas tree peanut butter cups! Seriously. After seeing how easy it is to make these and tasting how delicious they are, you really can't beat these truffles. The traditional Christmas tree peanut butter candy has 170 calories, 18g carbs, 16g sugar, and 10g fat! Yikes! These little gems have only 72 calories, 3g net carbs, 2.1g sugar, and 4.5 g fat. Plus, this recipe makes 22 of them - so many to share (or....save for later).
Sometimes, the simplistic food is the best. I can always go for a simple iced sugar cookie, with a glass of milk, of course! Then there are blondies. Gooey, warm, and sweet blondies. I wanted to merge a sugar cookie with a warm and gooey blondie, so I did. And I sure am happy about it. The blondie portion is sweet, buttery, and soft topped with a silky smooth vanilla icing.
It really is a delicious treat!
I am a coffee lover, through and through - and have I ever mentioned that I love chocolate, too?! This bundt cake is a perfect combination of coffee and chocolate. It has a sweet and silky glaze that adds even more delicious coffee flavor. This can be enjoyed at breakfast or as a dessert dish, or.....both in one day!