Like their store-bought counterparts, these graham crackers have a mild chocolatey flavor while still retaining that slightly salty, honey-tinged wheatiness of a regular graham cracker.
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For a quick snack for a crowd, try these easy peanut butter cereal bars topped with dark chocolate.
These gooey apple caramel sticky buns can be made from start to finish in about an hour.
Because it's baked and served in the same pan, this easy Red Velvet cake is ideal for bringing along to a picnic or bbq.
By making these easy chocolate-dipped ice cream balls at home, you can use your favorite top quality chocolate with your very favorite ice cream.
With very little effort you can make an awesome ice cream soda in your own kitchen.
These hand held cherry pies make for perfect take along picnic or barbecue fare.
This decadent sandwich cookie takes its inspiration from the New England lunchtime classic, the Fluffernutter (aka a peanut butter and marshmallow creme sandwich).
A wonderfully moist and buttery cake loaded with juicy baked strawberries.
Frozen banana popsicles coated in chocolate and nuts.
A super easy, no-bake strawberry shortcake.
This kuchen combines a rich yeast cake with a spring-inspired fresh strawberry rhubarb puree and yes, plenty of spiced crumbs on top.
A workhorse pudding that's packed with dark chocolate flavor but doesn't require much fuss in the kitchen.
The chocolate, peanut, and sweet goo combination in this pie is reminiscent of a candy bar come to life, with an added air of sophistication from the molasses.
An easy banana cream pie with a cornflake crust.
Chocolate chip cookies get a salty crunch from potato chips.
Persian buns: aka deep fried cinnamon buns covered in chocolate frosting.
This recipe is inspired by a 1950s Swan's Down Cake ad I discovered via Pinterest. The beauty of it is that you can make it however you please, just choose your favorite cake and frosting recipe; it's all about how you assemble and decorate the cake.
Marshmallow s'mores sandwiches made with caramel and chocolate-coated matzo crack.
New Orleans may be best known around these parts for beignets and King Cake, but when it comes time to celebrate your birthday in the Big Easy, it's the Doberge Cake (that's pronounced DOUGH-bash for the folks at home), a layered cake with lemon and chocolate that steals the show.