Hello my darling bees! I've been wanting to make these for some time now, When I got married to my husband, Harvey, (a very long time ago), we had theses at our reception. They went like hot cakes! From that moment on, I was obsessed with learning how do you make theses delightfully chewy treats that look like perfectly colored buttons. With one bite, its feels like a party in your... um... mouth! Well, you get what I mean... its always nice having a party go off in your mouth.
Hello my bees! A very good day to you all. If there are two things that work surprisingly well together, it's chocolate & bacon. Well three... three things... chocolate, bacon & alcohol. Thats right, a throuple that works, and works well!
Hello my Little baker bees! I see you have clicked on an oldie but a goodie - my Nana's Chocolate Marshmallow Teacakes - which i'll warn you now: you will have a very hard time only having one. Of course as we are now in December I've added some red and green food coloring to give them a touch of Christmas (and, of course, a dash or three of Sherry and Peppermint Liqueur, which hits you a few seconds after your first bite).
Welcome to another one of my boozy Christmas treats. This little quick tasty treat, and it comes direct from Mrs Santa Claus herself. I know my American bees like a good soft chewy cookie, and this is most definitely one! If you don't want to take my word for it, try it for yourself.
It's yummy, scummy, and delightfully chewy, A quote from a friend: "it tastes like candy in a cookie".
Hello my little baker bees, you have chosen a very light and delightful cookie treat that simply melts into you mouth right after you have taken your first bite.
Fun facts, Meringue has been claimed was invited in a Swiss village of Meriingen, improved by an Italian chef at the end of 17th century and the beginning of the 18th century.