I might have enjoyed these the most out of the people who shared them with me, but that’s ok. I enjoy oats in baked goods (even if I don’t enjoy them as oatmeal) and I know some people don’t. These bars can be made with lots of kinds of fruit, but at the time I made them, strawberries were amazing and perfect. You can even use jam if you want. I think next time I might try adding more fruit to see how it goes since there was a lot of dough in the dough to fruit ratio (for me).
It’s been a couple months, so it is time to share some more recipes that were just “eh.” Happily, like last time, these are mostly okay and we even enjoyed them but I doubt I would make them again for reasons I will share below.
I was super excited to try this recipe because I’ve been searching for my ultimate pound cake. But I was more excited because I realized it was a vanilla cake that the Chiplet could have. It has butter and sour cream, but the quantities are small enough that he can have it! I made this (mostly) as directed and plan to try it in a non-loaf pan to see if I could turn it into cupcakes. If I do, I will report back.
So, after posting about the “Emergency Chocolate Cake,” I was wondering about remaking the Amelia Bedelia cake. I thought it would be fun to try it as a layer cake and see if it would work. And, because I was making it with the Fudgelet around, he insisted on adding sprinkles inside.
Another month goes by, another dessert to make for my dad. This month I would be flying to see him, so I could pick a dessert that didn’t need to ship well, but hopefully could pack well. When we were picking the desserts for this year, he wanted to try a new kind of cookie. I pulled up my bookmarked recipes, and he was interested in the Homemade Milanos, created by Bravetart. I found the recipe through Serious Eats and had been eager to make them. I figured that cookies were easy to pack, but these might break if shipped, so a May visit was the perfect time!
As for the name,