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  • Reese’s Cupcakes

    Reese’s Cupcakes

    If you like Reese’s you’re not going to want to miss out on this cupcake! With these you get a delicious chocolate cupcake that’s baked with a Reese’s in the batter, then it’s topped with a fluffy and decadent peanut butter buttercream frosting and of course it’s finished with more Reese’s. Chocolate and peanut butter were meant to be together and thank you Reese’s for proving that :). My husband labeled these as “to die for!” and it’s a term I’m quite certain I’ve never heard him use before. My kids also loved these and they had so much fun making them with me. These cupcakes are perfect for the holidays because how many people do you know that don’t love Reese’s? They are basically a guaranteed hit. While everyone else is bringing the traditional holiday…

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  • Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies {The Best!}

    Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies {The Best!}

    What is the best way to judge the success of a gluten-free recipe? If no one can even tell it’s gluten-free. These cookies, no one knew. That is just how insanely delicious these are! I’ve tried several gluten free chocolate chip cookies recipes on the look out for the best, and these are hands down THE BEST! Six picky eaters (my two kids, my nieces and nephew, and my husband) all requested two and finished them off in no time. No idea. Yes, I call that success :). The other gluten-free chocolate chip cookie recipes I tried left me wanting more. Simply put, I wanted a gluten-free cookie that tasted just like a gluten filled chocolate chip cookie. One of the recipes I tried was Alton Brown’s Chewy Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie. In my opinion, I thought they were flat, crisp, and…

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  • Caramel Apple Cookies

    Caramel Apple Cookies

    A soft, deliciously spiced cookie that tastes just like a caramel apple? Yes please! If you like caramel apples then you will love these cookies! They are loaded with Granny Smith apples (the traditional apple of choice for the real deal) and I also tossed those apples with lemon to enhance the slight tartness (so it doesn’t just fade away entirely once baked into the cookies). They have the perfect amount of cinnamon and nutmeg, just enough to highlight the cookie without overpowering and they are laced with the delicious flavor of brown sugar (both in the frosting and the cookie) to mimic the rich, toffee-like flavor of caramel. And these are finished with pecans both to add a contrasting light crunch and because they are such a great topping choice on a real caramel apple. It’s…

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