Our dear friends have hosted many Muggle Quidditch games on their property. They are moving soon 🙁 , so last night was the last game. I usually help run the “Three Broomsticks” where we have all kind of treats from butterbeer, licorice wands, chocolate turtles, every flavor beans, popcorn, etc. I decided to make pumpkin cookies to add to the offerings. I love the flavor of pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, but not the texture. They are usually to cakey for me. So I decided to add oatmeal to the mix and see what happened. The results are wonderful! I made 9 dozen cookies they are all gone now. The teenagers LOVED them! I had originally thought to make a chocolate glaze, but decided to go with a spiced glaze. These are a new family favorite!
These cupcakes are absolutely FABULOUS!! They are made with whole wheat flour and yogurt to make them a bit more healthy. They come out so moist and the salty caramel drizzle just seals the deal. These will become a staple in our home.
I decided to play with this recipe to see if I could lighten it up a bit. I LOVE them even more than the originals. They are soft and taste even better! I ask people to try and guess the secret ingredient. Only a very few have guessed pumpkin. You really can’t taste it, but it makes this cookie my ABSOLUTE favorite! Continue reading
I know, I know, I’m in a mini cupcake craze. I like them because they are: easy to make, easy to freeze, easy to control portions, great in kids lunches and provide a little sweetness to my day. These were tasty little chocolate bites. They are made with pumpkin in place of the oil. The overall taste is chocolate goodness. Continue reading
These are so good. They are moist, tasty and freeze really well. This recipe makes about 3 dozen muffins. I like to make them for the kid’s lunches. After they have cooled, I individually wrap them with saran wrap, put them in a gallon size zip lock and then freeze them. I pull them out in the morning and they thaw out perfectly by lunchtime. This recipe is adapted from my friend Anne’s recipe who got it from her friend Karen. Continue reading