I think I have found a new love. And that’s these blondies. They may look ordinary but they taste extraordinary! You’ll know what I’m talking about once you sink your teeth into these. And you can’t just stop at one.
This is my first time making cheesecake anything. For some reason, I thought it would be difficult. Some of the recipes I have come across sounded overly wordy so it was a bit off-putting. I have to say this recipe is not one bit scary. 🙂
I love the Nutella here. I think that’s the best part for me. Chris really liked the crust. Crust was good, but in my opinion, the Nutella in this cheesecake won me over. Happy Thursday!
Happy Friday! I hope everyone had a good week. Chris and I are doing some tree removal/fence work in our yard. Earlier this week we had nine large Pittosporums removed. It was chaotic and noisy but worth it. We now have a lot more sun light coming through our kitchen/dining room area. More
sun light = better photos. Hooray!
Next week the tree guys will be out here grinding down the stumps. Then we’ll have our new fence built —can’t wait! We’ve been fenceless for several days now and it’s weird when there’s no barrier and people can look/walk in.
Anyway, today’s recipe requires no introduction. It’s chocolate-y and it’s Nutella. Need I say more? Enjoy your weekend lovelies!
I can’t believe it’s Friday and the last day of May today. Time sure flies… And because it’s Friday, I think everyone deserves to end the work week/month with a little something sweet and decadent.
Now to all you Oreo, chocolate chip cookie, Nutella and brownie fans. If you like either one of these or all then you’re in for a treat. These brownie bites are little bites of heaven! You have the cookie dough on the bottom and Nutella brownie batter on top. Then the Oreo cookie in the center, all in one little package. YUM! Doesn’t that sound good? Don’t you just want to bite into one? Now march into the kitchen and bake some. You’ll be happy that you did. Happy Friday!
Baking, for the most part, takes up a good few hours of my day. I don’t mind it but on the days when I do bake, dinner sometimes can get neglected. We either eat leftovers or something super quick.
Well, today’s recipe will have you in and out of the kitchen in less than an hour! And yes, this includes clean-up. Yay! I just love those kinds of recipes, don’t you? And you’ll still have plenty of time to make dinner.
Overly ripe fruit is constant in my household. I had a couple of bananas left sitting in my fruit basket. They’re way past its prime and it doesn’t appear that anyone will be reaching for it anytime soon so I decided to use them in this recipe. Chocolate and banana go so well together, why not pair it with Nutella? I used an 8-inch square pan for this because I wanted to be able to cut them in squares but feel free to use an 8-inch or 9-inch loaf pan for this. Baking time would still be the same.