18 Cookies Recipes

It’s that time of the year where a lot of us will be baking so many sweet treats. I have been debating on what should I share first, so I gathered all these cookies recipes.  Some of these recipes you can make for this upcoming Halloween, others would be perfect for the Christmas or even for daily treats.  Cookies recipes are not hard to find now a days it pretty much flooded on the internet and other social media.  I came up with these few cookies recipes for you all to help you kick your fall to a great start.

Cookies are so delicious to have as a snack, partnering it with a glass of milk oh boy you are in heaven for it.  Kids love having cookies here at home, most of the time they only get once a month. But during fall we tend to bake more often, so I hope that these recipes I have gathered will be helpful to you all. Read more

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Apple Pie Blondies

Today recipe is Apple Pie Blondies, again I want to say thank you to my friend at One Kitchen One Love, for being the guest here on my blog.  Apple Pie Blondies is the kind of dessert that I don’t think I have eaten yet.  However, I am definitely trying this recipe.  I enjoy making dessert especially on the holiday. This kind of dessert it perfect to take to any get together, especially during Christmas, Thanksgiving or even New Year.

Applie Pie Blondies sure looks delicious isn’t it? I can tell already that my husband and kids will enjoy this. I make different dessert every holiday, but only on holiday.  Although, sometimes I make dessert just because I feel like it. I hope you all find this recipe helpful, I am sure a lot of people are looking for something that they want to make daily. Read more

Baked Crescent Churros Recipe

So every now and then I get recipes email to me from Pillsbury web site. One of the recipe is Baked Crescent Churros Recipe. So I thought hmmm this really looks delicious, well at least on the pictures. Haven’t tried it yet.

Photo Credited to Pillsbury.com .

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Photo Credited to: Panlasang Pinoy

Today I am sharing you this all time favorite dessert that we like to prepare in the Philippines.  I remembered my mom growing up as a kid since we can’t afford to buy snacks all the time. She always make up this dessert or snack called “Palitaw”.  Very easy to make doesn’t require so much of your time at all.  You only needs few things to finish the process.  Doesn’t this looks yummy? Oh yeah wait until you try this one.

Lets get started you need the following ingredients.

  • 2 cups glutinous rice flour
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup water
  • ½ cup sesame seeds, roasted
  • 1 cup grated coconut
  1. Combine glutinous rice flour with water and mix until a dough is formed.
  2. Scoop about 2 tablespoons of dough then mold it into a ball-shaped figure.
  3. Flatten the ball-shaped dough using the palm of your hands.
  4. Boil water in a cooking pot then put-in the flattened dough.
  5. When the flattened dough starts to float, remove them from the pot and set it aside allowing water to drip.
  6. Combine sugar and roasted sesame seeds then mix well.
  7. Roll the rice cake in grated coconut then in the sugar-sesame seed mixture.
  8. Arrange in a serving plate then serve. Share and enjoy!

Hope you all enjoy this recipe, let me know what you think everyone.


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My Delicious Apples

I remembered ordering this each time we eat at Cracker Barrel and i was thinking well maybe i can make some in our house. So the other night when i made lasagna i surprised my husband and step-daughter with this dessert and they love it. I actually love it, i think i did a fabulous job with this apples. It was so easy and quick. I will definitely be making more of this, and probably each party.

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