I may just love waffles as much as Leslie Knope. And then have them colorful, wellll, sorry diet, I’ll see you next summer. These color dipped waffle bites make the perfect dessert if you are having breakfast for dinner. They’d also make a cute mini bite at a party. Heck, they’re even a tasty afternoon sugar fix! Here’s how you make ’em:
Well, there’s not doubt that the summer heat is here in Philadelphia! Instead of being embarrassed by how many times I will frequent my neighborhood ice cream parlor over the next few months, I decided to take the plunge and buy a ice cream maker!
Now I can pack my freezer full of as much as ice cream as I want, shame-free. Because it really does make the best breakfast, lunch, and dinner on a hot day, right? There’s a possibility you’ll have to roll me out of my home in the fall, but that’s a risk I’m willing to take, especially after coming across these ten delicious recipes. The real question is, which one do I start with?!
1. Grapefruit +Vanilla Thyme Ice Cream by Paper & Stitch
2. Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream by Simple as That
3. Cake Batter Ice Cream by Broma Bakery
4. Salted Honey and Camomile Ice Cream by 10th Kitchen
With last weekend kicking off the unofficial start to summer, it means that it’s time to gear up for picnic season! Nothing but afternoons lounging in the park, catching up on gossip magazines and with friends. Perfection.
Of course, what would a summer picnic be without a little color? Below you can learn how to make fun pillows, a striped blanket, and a popcorn recipe that tastes almost like rice krispy treats. I’ve got all your essentials covered. Now let’s do this summer!
If you’re looking to make your Valentine a sweet treat, what says I love you more than edible gold foil?! These melted chocolates are possibly the easiest dessert you can whip up and they’re equal parts delicious and fun. Here’s how:
You can buy any color of candy melts you want, same goes for the shape of the mold. I found both of mine at my local party store, but Michaels and Amazon have a pretty decent selection. A heart shaped mold would be super cute for Valentine’s Day, and well, everyday if we’re being honest.
Make sure all of your utensils are dry before beginning. Water causes the chocolate coating to harden and steak. You can either melt your chocolates in the microwave (stirring every 30 seconds until melted) or with the double boiler method on the stove.
Once your chocolate is melted, pour into your mold. It helps to run the back of a knife across the top to smooth the bottom of your candy out. Tap the mold on a hard surface to get rid of any air bubbles (important step!) and then set in the freezer for 10 minutes. Your chocolates should pop right out once you remove them from the freezer!
To complete, apply gold foil to your chocolates by placing the sheet on the surface and smoothing with your finger. Easy as that! Store at room temperature (don’t put back in the fridge) and keep away from heat and light.