Pumpkin Butterscotch Mascarpone Cookie Tart begins with a roll of refrigerated sugar cookie dough for the crust. It is filled with layers of sweetened mascarpone cheese and a pumpkin-vanilla pudding. Add a topping of pecans, toffee bits, and melted butterscotch chips for the perfect flavor combination. Continue reading PUMPKIN BUTTERSCOTCH MASCARPONE COOKIE TART→
Caramel Apple Snickerdoodles are a soft cookie that starts with a basic snickerdoodle recipe. Caramel chips, nuts, and fresh, diced apples are added to the batter, then rolled in a cinnamon-sugar mixture and baked. This combination of ingredients makes a melt in your mouth, delicious cookie. Continue reading CARAMEL APPLE SNICKERDOODLES→
These punch bowl cake cups are a fun
variation to the punch bowl cake dessert that we all enjoyed many years ago.
I have been making retro desserts with my grandchildren, and last week I made them the famous punch bowl cake. We decided that it is a little too messy after someone digs into it, so I tried making it today in individual cups.
Remember the Nestle Toll House Pie? This is one of those retro desserts that always showed up at a covered dish dinner.
A few weeks ago, I was talking with one of my grand daughters about the kind of desserts we use to always serve back in the 1970’s, 1980’s, and 1990’s. We discussed Jello desserts, Punch Bowl Cake, bundt cakes, and the Nestle Toll House Pie. Continue reading TOLL HOUSE PIE, A RETRO DESSERT RECIPE→