Today I am sharing the recipes for the cakes I used, but the main key is the design (although the cakes were also super delicious and stayed that way for a week). I found this really fun to make. It was easier than doing fancy frosting designs.
We are taking it back to Pi Day. Here is the pie I ended up making this year for it.
You know I love cookies. And I love chocolate. So chocolate cookies should be an easy thing to please me, but they often are dry or not chocolatey enough. These cookies manage to be not too dry (if eaten warm) and super chocolatey. Plus, they are easy to make ahead and bake whenever you need one.
I haven’t shared a hits and misses for awhile. And when I say “hits” I would say these are “okays” and “mehs” that I made in the winter. Let’s start with a meal that could be fine but it was a bit too salty for me.
Here is an apple pie that is pretty easy to make, although I had a couple problems that were probably user error.
I know it isn’t Pi Day yet, but consider this your Pi Day post since it is on a weekend this year.
I was excited to find a non-baked pie recipe I could make that is creamy but vegan. The original recipe called for peanut butter, but natural peanut butter, so it was easy to swap with almond butter.
I have definitely made vanilla ice cream before but I wanted to try this one and I’m glad I did. It stayed scoopable and delicious for weeks!