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Taste Test Tuesday: Baker’s Dipping Chocolate

Happy Tuesday Everyone!! We hope you had an amazing start to your week. We’re back this week in the kitchen with a new taste test. This week it’s Baker’s Dipping Chocolate. This chocolate comes in a small bowl that you can heat up in the microwave in a matter of minutes…such a wonderful idea. This smooth, not too rich chocolate comes in three flavors, milk chocolate, white chocolate and dark semi sweet chocolate.

Perfect for cake pops, cookies, bon bons, and fruit. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so why not be creative and make your own chocolate covered strawberries, cherries, and pineapples? You can even smother pretzels rods, marshmallows and nuts. Such a quick and easy idea, takes a lot of the work of tempering chocolate and using a double boiler out of the equation.


You get to indulge in your chocolate dipped food excursions sooner than you think! Grab your bowl and get to dipping. This will be our afternoon snack today.

Taste Test Tuesday: Postponed this week


So we had a post ready to go for you this morning and had to quickly stop it from going out because we realized that Oreo’s would take over the entire month of September. So we decided to give Oreos a whole week to themselves. Be on the look for a fun week next week with out friends at Oreos. There were so many flavors to choose from so we got our hands on what week could just for you.

Anything you guys wants us to include? Recipes, tips, etc. Just let us know!


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Cooking With Betty Crocker ‘Sweet & Savory Cookies’

How do like your cookies, sweet, extra sweet, chewy, or how about savory? Well we had the chance to receive some great sweet and savory cookies from Betty Crocker called Chocolate Dipped Olive Sables.






Buttery shortbread cookies with pistachio nuts and dark chocolate chips make this cookie a great holiday choice. The cookies actually have a secret ingredient…kalamata olives!! We were shocked to find out there were olives in the cookies. You can’t even tell they are in there. The sweet and salty combination of the cookie goes great with tea or coffee. Yes, they are called ‘olive sables’ but you would expect to taste a strong olive flavor and you don’t. We think Santa would appreciate these great treats, with a tall glass of milk.

Want the recipe? Click here. Be sure to check out this recipe and many more from Betty Crocker.

This post was written as a sponsored post from Weber Shandwick and Betty Crocker.

Cooking With Betty Crocker Week

Gingerbread houses, sugar cookies, candy canes and chocolate truffles, cakes, pies and tarts.  How many of you like to bake during the holiday season? We sure do. A few weeks ago we got the chance to spend some time on Google hangout with some folks from Betty Crocker. They even sent us goodies to enjoy during the hangout.


They shared with us some great recipes and ideas for this holiday season. Over the next week I will be sharing with you 10 recipes you can try this with your loved ones. Each of these recipes can not only be enjoyed during the holidays but also during the rest of the year. They are great for family gatherings, potlucks and office parties. Red Hot holiday trends that are sure to be a crowd pleaser. There is something for everyone in these recipes, you won’t be dissapointed.

Get ready for our week of ‘Cooking  With Betty Crocker’ Be sure to come back and visit the blog to let us know which one was your favorite.




Hello December

It’s the month of December, Christmas is around the corner and it’s the end of the year. We hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiivng holiday with family and friends. Since we’re in a holiday mood, what are you looking forward to this month? Is it lots of egg nog, decorating the tree, baking cookies with the kids? Be sure to let us in on some of your favorite holiday traditions.
We have a two year old in the house and he got to decorate the tree over the weekend, boy did he enjoy that. The lights, the ornaments even putting the wreaths on the front door seems to make him  happy. These are the moments that reminded my sister and I about our childhood and Christmas time. Those memories had us thinking about the traditions we were brough up on and what we are looking forward to this holiday season.
  • Spending Christmas with our family ( this may actually be an upcoming blog post)
  • Baking cookies, cakes and pies.
  • Seeing all the Christmas lights
  • Egg Nog ( I can’t drink it, but my sister loves it!)
  • Snow (We’re from Massachusetts)
  • Cookie Exchanges
  • Popcorn Balls
  • Making Gingerbead Houses
  • Christmas movies!!
These are just a few of the things we are looking forward to this season. What are you looking forward to this holiday season? We may feature you on our blog this month.