These pretzel treats are a perfect activity to get the kids involved. Pretzels and chocolate – I think those are two staples in a kids life, arent they? I could not keep my son away if I tried. Once these treats are assembled and cooled, we put them in cello bags and tied them with a decorative ribbon. My kids cant wait to give their gourmet gifts to teachers, grandparents, and friends.
This is a great recipe where the caramel mixture on the bottom adds another layer of texture and flavor. If you flip the cake over after baking, the bottom becomes the top of your cake, making it appear like a big scrumptious cinnamon roll.
The Sugar Mommas love a refreshing springtime treat, and with things heating up across the country, this is the perfect treat to cool you down!
Looking for a healthy afternoon snack or a creative dessert to feed the kids? Try our roasted berries – either served alone or in a puff pastry pocket. They’re a fun “finger food” to enjoy and the kids will love helping put them together in the kitchen.
The Sugar Mommas are obsessed with marshmallows. We like marshmallow anything, anytime, anywhere. Spongy, chewy, stretchy deliciousness. Chocolate covered marshmallows are just one step further towards glutton heaven. This treat is simple, quick, and a crowd pleaser. Warning: the LOVE Pops may get eaten before Valentines Day.
Za is all the rage right now, so we decided to create a pizza dessert. Since we love strawberries we were inspired to make a sassy Sugar Mommas version = Strawberry Shortcake Pizza. Strawberry Shortcake Pizza Ingredients
Love this recipe for retro chic V-Day bon bons! Ingredients 1 (16.6 ounce) package of Oreo Cookies 1 (8 ounce) package of cream cheese, softened 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips 2 cups vanilla chips Sprinkles for decorating Directions
Let it snow! To the Sugar Mommas, snowflakes represent a fresh start – so in honor of new beginnings in 2013, we want to share our Snowflake Cupcakes with you. Happy New Year! Ingredients
The BASIC Sugar Cookie recipe is great year round for every occasion. You can use it to make cut-out cookies (with cookie cutters), dye the dough any color to suite your occasion, make a cookie log to freeze for later or give as a gift, or just sprinkle some sugar on top, bake and eat. This dough is very versatile so get your big THREE (butter, sugar, flour) and lets get going.
Do you have recipes that you clipped from a newspaper or magazine, put away in your recipe box and then forgotten for 10+ years? Well, this is one of those recipes. I cut out this Red Velvet Cake from the Houston Chronicle, “Hints from Heloise,” in 1998. I made it back then, loved it and saved it. Now the clipping is that iconic old newspaper shade of yellow. This recipe has moved from house to house, state to state. Here is the Sugar Mommas version based on that old recipe. Red Velvet Cake Ingredients