Delectably Creative Treats

Posts made in June, 2014

Summertime S’mores Cream Pops

Summertime S’mores Cream Pops

on Jun 30, 2014 |

    By now ya’ll know my family really digs s’mores! And my husband, REALLY digs Ghirardelli Chocolate, actually it’s more like ANYTHING made with or by Ghirardelli. It’s been SO hot, the last thing on our minds is sitting by the campfire. Our dilemma though? We LOVE S’mores, especially made with Ghirardelli Chocolate. No joke, whenever a recipe or craving calls for chocolate,  the ONLY kind the Evans’ grab is Ghirardelli! I quickly brainstormed after the kids were asking to have s’mores for dessert later tonight. We’ve seen and had s’mores ice cream, but it wasn’t that strong s’mores flavor I love. Why couldn’t I turn those yummy ingredients into a creamy, cold pop? The recipe that follows is a fun and absolutely, unique s’mores idea. Perfect for sitting out on lawn chairs or lounging by the pool enjoying family time and making memories. Afterall, that’s what I feel food is all about! Then come to find out through Twitter and Facebook this week, Ghirardelli announced their Ultimate S’mores Contest. Each week consists of a different theme around the Ultimate S’mores Idea! So much fun! And ever since Gracie received her winnings from Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Creative Kids Contest, she has been begging to enter another.           Summertime S’mores CreamPops             Ingredients: Yields: 6 full size pops 1. Half of a 1.5 quart vanilla ice cream (we will only use half so chose a brand you will eat later!). 2. 2 cups graham cracker crumbs ( 2 full sleeves,crushed). 3. 1/2 tsp cinnamon 4. One bag of Ghirardelli semi sweet chips 5. One cup of mini marshmallows 6. 6 mini Ghirardelli dark chocolate squares (or which ever flavor you love!).   Equipment: One large piping bag or large spoon to scoop ice cream into cups Large spoon to scoop chocolate mixture 6 clear plastic disposable cups 6 Popsicle sticks   Preparation: 1. Allow ice cream to soften and divide in half. Place half of vanilla ice cream in a microwaveable bowl and freeze other half for future use.           2. Microwave ice cream about 45 seconds until soft and mixable. Pour in graham cracker crumbs and cinnamon....

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Please Give Me A Simple Chocolate Cupcake

Please Give Me A Simple Chocolate Cupcake

on Jun 27, 2014 |

  It is a day where Mommy’s shower awaits on the back burner while everything else takes priority. Have you had those days? I mean, the kind of day where you look at the clock and think OMG it’s almost dinner time and I haven’t even washed my body yet? With 4 littles running around and not to mention, our youngest is literally into EVERYTHING, it’s no wonder I look as if I just rolled out of bed at 6:30 p.m. most of the time. This weekend has been in the high 90’s to low 100’s, which is miserably humid and hot! So it only seems fit that the air conditioners decided to break and can only be fixed by fully replacing them! Yes, can you imagine how hot our house has been? My poor babies all red and sweaty with little understanding of why they can’t sleep comfortably! The girls were troopers. We made it fun by allowing a camp out in our master bedroom underneath all of the fans, I must say it helped the breakdowns. It was the longest 2 days in history, no baking because it was 90 degrees in our house and there was no way, in heck, I was turning that oven on! My withdrawal from mixing up butters and sugars were so bad, that I consumed a half jar of Cookie Butter with a spoon in one sitting. That stuff is SO dangerous! Now that the Evans’ house is cool and actually functioning to the best of our abilities, my oven is back on and I’m craving chocolate cupcakes.     My chocolate cupcakes are a pure dream for any chocolate lover. You see, I am a firm believer that chocolate fixes EVERYTHING (sort of like people and Windex). But today, I didn’t want chocolate overload. I wanted my classic, moist, chocolate cake with my creamy, luscious vanilla buttercream. Oh yes! I can’t seem to bake them up fast enough. I’m salivating excessively at this point. The chocolate bases are an easy recipe and they actually become more moist the longer they sit in an airtight container! Yup, if you want a super moist devil-dog like chocolate cake, pop these babies in...

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My “Big Boy” Vanilla Cupcakes

My “Big Boy” Vanilla Cupcakes

on Jun 24, 2014 |

  These beauties deserve the highest respect. I decided to photograph them in the “nude” just so you can see the light-airiness. Let’s just consider this a “boudoir” photo shoot for my delicate cupcakes. My Big Boy Vanilla Cupcakes got their name because when I make them in mass quantities, I must use my “big boy” mixer. Ya know, that mixing bowl that holds up to 14 cups of flour? Well, I have 3 wonderful mixers that I hold just as close to my heart as my daughters. No joke. Mishandle one of those bad boys and there will be hell to pay! Can you see all of those wonderful little holes, resembling a sponge? My Big Boy Vanilla Cupcakes are extremely moist and feel like you are holding feathers in your hands. This recipe has gone through many alterations, until I finally created the perfect chemistry. Vanilla cupcakes have made me cry for years, too flat, too dense, too dry, sunk in the middle, etc. But now when it comes time to prepare a vanilla cupcake for any occasion, I find comfort in my Big Boys. This recipe is the base to many flavors I have created. The base can easily be altered to an array of flavors. My Big Boy cupcakes are so good, my little love-bugs actually consume the entire thing (not just the frosting)! Pair this very vanilla cake with my Luscious Vanilla Buttercream and you will be everyone’s best friend! As you all probably know, I have a passion for all things cupcake. Yes, I jumped on the band-wagon of those pretty little cakes. Most of my future blogs will be on my wide variety of flavors, from common to unique! But first, we must learn one of my basic recipes before we dive into my sick baking ideas (and by sick, I mean awesome!!).         Big Boy Vanilla Cupcakes     Yields: 18 standard size cupcakes Ingredients: For the cake: 1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened 1 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup instant vanilla pudding (half the box) 2 eggs 1 tsp pure vanilla extract 1 cup buttermilk 3/4 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp salt 2 cups...

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The Most Luscious Vanilla Buttercream You Will Ever Put In Your Mouth

The Most Luscious Vanilla Buttercream You Will Ever Put In Your Mouth

on Jun 23, 2014 |

  Frosting, it is a love-hate relationship for me. I hate frosting when it is thick, overly sweet, and leaves that weird residue on your tongue. Let’s not get into the bright and artificial colors that always stain my kids teeth, tongues, and lips whenever they go to a birthday party! Ok, Ok, I have been guilty of dying my buttercreams for my kiddos, but gee-whiz, the commercial markets can sometimes over do it. You may recall me saying that I am from Chicago, ya know the place that has REAL, old-fashion bakeries. Ugh, that was one of those things that when we moved to Florida I missed the MOST. My little ladies LOVE frosting. Seriously, they would bathe in the stuff if I let them. The sweeter the better and quite honestly whenever we go for a celebration and cakes or cupcakes are involved, all they do is lick off the frosting and leave that poor cake shivering in the wind. I know my stinkers are not alone in this frosting lapping conspiracy.     It has taken me a long time to perfect my basic vanilla buttercream. Not too sweet, not to “shortening-ey” (I like to make up my own words), and definitely won’t leave that weird taste in your mouth. I like it when frosting highlights the cake, not overpowers that sweet little sponge. I mean, you put so much work into that from-scratch cake, why the heck do you want to slather it in a bag of sugar? If I may say so, my frosting is epic. This stuff leaves many people in my life running back for more. It is the base of many flavors and I have never-ever given it out!   But if you want it, you must take the oath!   I solemnly swear to never-ever call this buttercream frosting: ICING! I will hold true to it’s luscious body and ALWAYS refer to it as BUTTERCREAM. It is mandatory that our terms be correct because in NO WAY can this be confused or substituted for icing. You see, a lot of people use the terms interchangeably but they are NOT the same!! Frosting is a thick and fluffy coating of butter. Icing...

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Coconut Almond Bitty Bons

Coconut Almond Bitty Bons

on Jun 22, 2014 |

        The coconut cravings are ridiculous these days. I’m thinking it has something to do with the fact that we are always in the pool, it has been at least 95 degrees everyday, and my girls look as if they are running around in permanent, nude color, bathing suits while dressing in the morning.  Ahh, to only be young again and carelessly frolic in your birthday suit while singing “Let It Go” at 7 a.m.! I love my little ladies taste for life and free-spirit shenanigans . No matter what chaos they have in store for the day, someone always makes me laugh until I almost wet my pants.       As I was cleaning out one of my many baking cabinets, I came across an entire box of lollipop sticks. I went through the cake pop craze just like everyone else, except mine were always what I considered “epic fails”. The perfectionist in me was never satisfied with my cracked shells, too large tops, or the amount of time it took to make each perfect animal head, only to watch in be masticated in one bite. They just weren’t for me. There are many patient and talented cake pop makers in the world and I give them amazing props! Looking at the plethora of naked lollipop sticks, I’m thinking, how can I start using these? And then I began to think, ” I love my cookie dough so much, why not make a cookie dough lollipop?”. But, the whole chocolate chip cookie dough thing has been played out SO much (just like “Frozen” in our house), I knew I had to change things up to make this idea something special. I told ya’ll before how obsessed I am with coconut combined with almond flavors, I’m naturally drawn to this match from Heaven. Then my cycles started spinning, Davidson’s Safest Choice Eggs is hosting a “No-bake Summer Recipe Contest” at the Food And Wine Conference in Orlando, Florida, on July 18-20th 2014. These are really awesome eggs because they are pasteurized and there is no longer a “fear” of eating raw eggs. I feel confident letting my girls, especially the 1 year old, consume any...

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Not Your Grammy’s Cookies

Not Your Grammy’s Cookies

on Jun 20, 2014 |

    My little ladies were begging for some cookies yesterday. Not just any cookies, MY famous chocolate chip cookies! Their Daddy would be gone on call for 24 hours, so dinner would be easy Chickfila drive-thru. And since my guilt of not cooking for them always gets the best of me, I must follow up with a dessert of their choice! I wasn’t satisfied with presenting my precious babes with my basic chocolate chip cookie. It had to have a wow-factor. Something that would make people say “how did you do that?”. I quickly search my vast variety of baking goods, candies, and hidden stash of goodies for a witty ingredient to add to my soft and chewy cookies. Tonight while scavenging my pantry, I came a cross an open package of Oreos. I am a fan of Oreos, simple chocolate crunch with a sweet vanilla center. The discussion of sitting with a coffee mug filled with milk and a spoon to skillfully dunk and scoop my sopping wet Oreos (guilty) will be saved for another time. Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner! Those hamsters are spinning my wheels and I’m thinking “Why have I not tried making a super-duper, cookie lover, cookie by stuffing the inside of my chocolate chip cookies with a full size Oreo?”. That is how the “Not Your Grammy’s Cookie” came to be. I couldn’t wait to try this mad idea and present these creations to the little sweet tooths awaiting in the other room.   I am EXTREMELY picky when it comes to cookies. I am 100% head-over-heals in LOVE with cookie dough. I try to sneak that stuff into every recipe just so I can eat the stuff by the spoonful as often as I can. And I’m sad to say the “apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”, the persnickety Evans’ girls adore cookie dough just as much as I do. I am not exaggerating when I say they are like a dog drooling at the base of the mixer, awaiting that sweet moment when I say they are allowed one spoonful. Some scarf it down as quick as they can and the others savor every sweet lick of...

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Dessert Is Better With Bacon

Dessert Is Better With Bacon

on Jun 18, 2014 |

    Yeh, my day needs something special. I’ve put this day in the bag already and it’s ONLY 8:30 a.m.! Have you ever declared a redo? Well, I do ALL the time. You see, my weekdays always start at 4:30 a.m., just so I can spend some “alone” time with my husband (and actually have a conversation with someone who is taller than me) before he hurries off to work at 6:15 a.m.. And no, I rarely ever, go back to bed. Chores pile up, dishes are always a mile high, bills to pay, blog to write, and creative recipe ideas run through my head. This past night, my average 10 p.m. bedtime somehow managed to grow to midnight. How or why, I have no idea; but in turn that meant my night would consist of 4.5 hours of sleep (that is if everyone actually stays asleep). Our 1 year old, Gwennie, was up 3 times last night. Finally waking at 6 a.m. to find her crib thoroughly soaked. The last of the 4 littles, Faith, arises and lets just say there is evidence of a “fully submerged mattress” from last night. Ugh, seriously? 2 Loads of bed laundry all before 9 a.m.? Not to mention that my 2 oldest girls have been down each others’ throats since their eyes opened. Ahh, summer break is here. Full (and I mean full) days of my little ladies “playing” together SO nicely and the wonderful sound floating down the stairs “I’m bored!”. Somedays, I think to myself, “my sweet, little babies, you are lucky you are so cute”.       To ease the painful start of the day,  after the ladies were all set with a safe activity, I headed to the kitchen. I was in one of those moods where I could’ t decide if I wanted to stuff my stressed out face with something salty or sweet. Ahh, there is the idea, my recent brownie obsession turned delightfully salty-sweet! Plus, in the back of my ever wandering mind I recalled seeing a Bacon contest. Yes folks, cookmore.com is hosting a recipe contest featuring the best bacon creations. The winner will receive a ticket to the famous World Food...

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Summerlicious Coconut Almond Red Velvet Brownies

Summerlicious Coconut Almond Red Velvet Brownies

on Jun 17, 2014 |

For the past couple of days Red Velvet has been on my mommy brain. Ya’ll know what mommy brains are right? It’s basically functioning on empty (no sleep and little food) and having multiple random thoughts come across your brain faster than a speeding bullet. This tends to happen during my moments of heaviest conversation, “Gracie, you know you have homework due tomorrow, it is chapter 11-SQUIRREL!” And there you have it, a random, sometimes pointless, thought jumps into my weary brain. Perhaps this wandering squirrel thought of something interesting at that moment…Red Velvet Brownies! Yes, I’ve seen the “dump the cake mix” boxed version. But, I’m talking about converting MY Infamous Red Velvet cupcake recipe into a dense, moist brownie bite. BAM! Can you deal with that? I wasn’t just satisfied with that concept. Considering it’s been 95 degrees and hotter every day, I wanted to give these Red Velvet Brownies a light and summerlicious feel. Ya know what I’m talking about right? When I sip or eat anything with coconut, I am instantly brought to the beach or poolside. Regardless of how many whippersnappers are pulling on my skirt, wiping their boogers on my legs, or fighting their sister to-the-death, coconut puts me in a summer trance. One of my favorite flavor combinations is coconut with almond. So of course, I paired these two in my cream cheese frosting. I wasn’t introduced to Red Velvet Cake until my move to Orlando. Quite honestly, I wasn’t a big fan. Didn’t see what all the hoop-de-doo was about. Then when I began dessert catering I got the request for a wedding to make Red Velvet cupcakes. Ugh, it was such a love hate relationship. Seriously, 1/4 cup of red food coloring?! OMG, not to mention there was very little cocoa powder in the original recipes. Many days and many baking tears later (you can ask my husband; my baking struggles cause me to cry ALL the time) I developed the PERFECT Red Velvet Recipe! It quickly became one of my favorites, little ladies’ favorite, and by golly when I added some mini chocolate chips I couldn’t keep them on the serving trays!     Overlooking my battles with the...

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Sophisticated Smores, No More Messy Handfuls!

Sophisticated Smores, No More Messy Handfuls!

on Jun 13, 2014 |

        We LOVE Smores, especially my husband. They mark the night by the campfire and have summer fun written all over them. But 2 days ago after cleaning up my 4 girls’ (and husband’s) Smores mess I had it! I mean yes, they are good and gooey, but the marshmallow and chocolate is constantly oozing out all over the table, shirts, hands, hair and faces. And my goodness, don’t ever consider serving this crowd pleasing dessert at a cocktail party. So, my baking expedition the next day was an elegant, cleaner, bite size Smore that won’t dribble down your chin. Don’t get me wrong, I like a messy dessert as well as anyone else, but you really can’t serve it at a gathering without a container of wet wipes (even for adults).           Once again I fall back on my Perfect Brownie Recipe as the base of this masterpiece. The rich, moist, dense, fudge brownie makes the perfect sturdy bottom. Then my secret weapon, seriously,  I have never given this recipe out to anyone! We eat it out of the bowl by the spoonful, Graham Cracker Cream Cheese. Yes my friends, it’s similar to that wonderful cookie butter circulating the grocery stores, but OH so much better. You can put this stuff on anything. Shhh, a couple of my family members HATE cream cheese but eat my Graham Cracker Cream Cheese because they simple can’t tell or know that it’s in there (insert evil laugh here). Top this bite size baby off with a half marshmallow that is perfectly toasted by my friend “The Torch” and a zigzag of semi sweet ganache and you have got yourself one delicately, delicious, adult-ified dessert.       Sophisticated Smores   Ingredients: The Perfect Brownie  10 Tbsp unsalted butter 1 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 3/4 cup good cocoa powder (I love Ghirardelli brand) 1/4 tsp salt (heaping) 1/2 tsp instant coffee (I prefer Starbucks VIA)  2 tsp pure vanilla extract 2 eggs 1/2 cup mini semi sweet chocolate chips (I love Ghirardelli as well)  1/2 cup all purpose flour Graham Cracker Cream Cheese 1/2 cup salted butter (1 stick, softened)   8 ounces cream cheese (softened)   2...

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My Twisted Version Of Mud Pie

My Twisted Version Of Mud Pie

on Jun 13, 2014 | 1 comment

      Growing up in Chicago during the 80’s was a lot of fun. We lived in a new construction neighborhood and I remember making Mud Pies with my best friend in all of the newly dug up dirt. Little did I know about the delicious chocolate dessert that I had yet to meet.     I was first introduced to Mud Pie when I moved to “The South”. I found Orlando, Florida to be my new home in the early 90’s and there were many new things for this northern girl to learn about! Who’d have thought that I would fall in love with Mud Pie, Red Velvet Cakes, and Key Lime Pie?       In my new brownie obsession mood, I decided to turn those Perfect Fudge Brownies into Mud Pie Bites. And come to find out it is perfect timing because Dixie Crystals is hosting a contest that ends June 27th! Here is the official contest page http://foodandwineconference.com/dixie-crystals-brownie-dessert-contest-2014/. #FWCON       I LOVE coffee, no wait, I’m INFATUATED with coffee. I’m one of those mommies who is absolutely, 100% dependent on coffee getting me through the day. I am a self declared coffee snob. And in all fairness, there is nothing in comparison. Then there’s Oreos, are there no other amazing, yet simple cookies that are more recognized all over the world? Mix those two absolutely wonderful things with my Perfect Fudge Brownies and there is sinful written all over that idea! OH YEH BABY! Are you ready to knock your socks, or rather tastebuds, off?       Mud Pie Bites       Ingredients:   Perfect Fudge Brownies Yields: 18- 1 inch circular bites   10 Tbsp unsalted butter 1 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 3/4 cup good cocoa powder (I love Ghirardelli brand) 1/4 tsp salt (heaping) 1/2 tsp instant coffee (I prefer Starbucks VIA)  2 tsp pure vanilla extract 2 eggs 1/2 cup mini semi sweet chocolate chips (I love Ghirardelli as well)  1/2 cup all purpose flour Mud Pie Buttercream 1 cup salted butter (softened)   1 cup vegetable shortening (not butter flavored)   1 tbsp clear imitation vanilla extract (this is necessary and has been the secret to my creamy,...

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The Best Brownies I Have Ever Put In My Mouth!

The Best Brownies I Have Ever Put In My Mouth!

on Jun 12, 2014 | 1 comment

    Ok, I must admit that I have a bit of an obsession lately…Yes, I am obsessed with making the perfect scratch brownie. I’m not talking about the cakey bar type “brownie” recipes. Or dumping the mix from a box into the bowl and adding oil and eggs. I wanted a rich, moist, deep chocolate brownie that a 2″X 2″square of one satisfies your craving for the day. I have tossed many experimental batches in the trash and continue scratching my head wondering what am I missing?! Well, by golly, I have done it. I made the MOST amazingly rich and delectable brownies I have ever eaten in my 35 years of life.   The little ladies agree and have been sneaking licks from the bowl and the left over scraps from my circle cookie cutter. I tell them almost daily, that I have eyes in the back of my head. They OBVIOUSLY don’t believe me, but EVERY mother develops this talent by the time their child is walking. I mean, she’s seriously cute but REALLY? Am I not supposed to know you were consuming something yummy?!         Now let’s get to the good stuff. I promise you, this recipe doesn’t disappoint and you will never ever use that boxed stuff again.       The Perfect Fudge Brownies     Yields: 12-16 pieces (depending on your portion control!) Ingredients: 10 Tbsp unsalted butter 1 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 3/4 cup good cocoa powder (I love Ghirardelli brand) 1/4 tsp salt (heaping) 1/2 tsp instant coffee (I prefer Starbucks VIA)  2 tsp pure vanilla extract 2 eggs 1/2 cup mini semi sweet chocolate chips (I love Ghirardelli as well)  1/2 cup all purpose flour Equipment: One large pyrex bowl   One pot (We will be using a double boiler method)   8X8 nonstick pan   Tin foil         1.  Preheat oven 325 degrees. Line a 8×8 pan with tin foil for easy removal after baked and cooled. I also like to spray the foil with nonstick spray.     2.  Put about 2 inches of water in the pot and place on burner using a medium to medium-high heat....

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Baking Is Fun, Especially When It Involves A Contest!

Baking Is Fun, Especially When It Involves A Contest!

on Jun 11, 2014 |

  This summer has arrived so quickly here in Orlando. Our home is now a full time daycare, preschool, and elementary school. I am always looking for activities and outings for my young ladies. Of course, one of the daily to-do lists involves baking. Gracie (my 7 year old) and I have recently discovered the Rice Krispies Creative Kids Contest. This contest must be entered through Pinterest only. The requirements are no more than 10 ingredients from a chosen list provided by Rice Krispies and must include 3 mandatory ingredients of butter, marshmallows, and Rice Krispies cereal. There is still more time to enter here is the official page and rules http://www.ricekrispies.com/treatmaking-contest.  My oldest, Gracie, LOVES (more like infatuated) with all things Butterbeer. After her first sip of the slushy, cold concoction at Universal Islands Adventure, she has been requesting every dessert under the sun be turned into a delightful resemblance of Harry Potter’s Butterbeer.   Gracie’s first sip of Butterbeer With this in thought, we ventured into the idea of Butterbeer Rice Krispie Bites. How perfectly sweet they should be and tiny as well, so the littlest of fingers could grasp these witty bites. One Saturday morning, in her pajamas and all,  we dreamed and created what we call “An Ode To Harry Potter, Butterbeer Rice Krispie Bites”. That night with weary eyes and pure confusion I set up my Pinterest account, ugh it’s a long story but finally done! We received an email from Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal that WE HAD WON! Woohoo! We are the third round winners for their contest and Gracie gets to receive the 1st place gift basket worth over $460! I must confess, this has lit a huge fire under my mixer. Yes, we will now be entering all sorts of fun baking and recipe contests. I mean, hey, I already bake my heart out daily; why shouldn’t I just write down these awesome recipes and share them with the WHOLE world.    Here is our winning pin on Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/Jujebee/butterbeer-rice-krispie-bites/     Butterbeer Rice Krispie Bites    Ingredients: 6 tbsp salted butter  1 package butterscotch chips  1- 10 ounce bag mini marshmallows 4 tsp vanilla extract 6 cups Rice Krispies Cereal 1 container...

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Welcome to Graciously Sweet!

Welcome to Graciously Sweet!

on Jun 1, 2014 |

Most Mommies can appreciate the daily adventures of little eyes staring at you while on the toilet, fingers peeking under the closed bathroom door, and always having an attentive audience in the shower with you. In a house of 6, someone’s usually calling your name every 1-2 minutes and then quickly forgetting why. Screaming your name as if there is a catastrophe, only to discover they are out of juice. Freshly cleaned shirts & skirts have turned into tissues. My makeup drawer is no longer neatly organized, instead always scattered about with little fingerprints on the colorful squares of eyeshadow. Yet, somehow, these habits are always forgotten when that small hand is placed in mine or those little arms are wrapped around my neck. I celebrate the end of our hectic days with a yummy, sweet treat. My young munchkins are involved in most of my baking, boogers and all. It’s a time to learn, create and bond together. Wifehood, Mommyhood, and Bakerhood all mixed into one crazy life. I’m inspired by my beautiful, free-spirited, playful daughters. They have taught me that cute and elegant can always be combined. I manage to channel June Cleaver with a side of Britney Spears…Yeh, I said it. And let us not forget that EVERYTHING is better with glitter and...

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