Monthly Archives: December 2013

Happy National Brownie Day!



Happy National Brownie Day! I know I’m a little late baking these. To be honest I forgot all about it. 🙂  Continue reading

Exquisite white chocolate pudding

White chocolate pudding by Edible Reflections

White chocolate pudding by Edible Reflections

This is not your ordinary white chocolate pudding. I wanted to take it to a whole new level. Make it more adult friendly.  Continue reading

The last of the Thanksgiving stuffing


Thanksgiving stuffing wrap

Well here’s the last of our sausage stuffing from Thanksgiving. Pretty much this is a “throw it together burrito”. I emphasize the tortilla wraps because it’s a healthier alternative to sliced bread. Though I know I killed it with the stuffing.   Continue reading

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

Desserts have evolved so much in the past years. We’ve seen the cupcake wave, pies and now I feel that we appreciate a smaller indulgence. Something that we can call our own. A little bite of sweetness that can transport us to heaven and slowly bring us back to Earth (and reality). Continue reading

Top 10 Holiday Drinks

I want to make them all!

Treats and Trends


These seasonal sippers are sure to add holiday cheer this year! Whether you want to warm up by the fire with gourmet hot cocoa or liven up a winter gathering with Peppermint White Russians, these decadent drinks will get you into the yuletide spirit.


{1} Red Velvet Hot Chocolate from McCormick


{2} Peppermint White Russian from A Beautiful Mess


{3} Black-Spiced Rum Eggnog from Design Sponge


{4} Peppermint Ice Cream and Hot Cocoa “Affogato” from A Couple Cooks


{5} Mistletoe Cocktail from Pizzazzerie


{6} Malted White Hot Chocolate with Mocha Marshmallows from Love & Flour


{7} Hot Cider Nog from Southern Living


{8} Mistletoe Margarita from The Realistic Nutritionist  


{9} Berry Cider from Pizzazzerie


{10} Any holiday “red cup” drink from Starbucks.


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