Our trick-or-treaters’ Halloween sacks are overflowing with candy and isn’t it an unwritten rule that your kid’s goodies are also yours to enjoy? We think so! Forget all that colorful, fruity, super sugary stuff. Ain’t nobody got time for that! Bring on ALL the chocolate! Good thing for us our kids have plenty to share to make our Candy Bar Trifle our best leftover Halloween candy idea yet!
One box of yellowcake mix, plus ingredients on the back of the box
Various Halloween candy bars
Make the cake according to the directions on the back of the box. Allow to cool. Once cool, line the bottom of a trifle dish or mason jar with scooped out pieces of the cake. Spread a layer of whipped cream on top and top with candy bars. Add more cake to the top. Top with more whipped cream and more candy bars. Keep layering until you get to the top of your trifle.
We’re taking the labor out of this holiday weekend and leaving the hard work up to our friends over at Dunkin Heinz and Nabisco. Our easy semi-homemade version of Cookies and Cream Brownies are so effortless we will have plenty of energy to celebrate the end of summer to its fullest. Bring on the fun! Happy Labor Day Weekend!
1 box dark chocolate brownie mix
eggs & oil (as called for by the brownie mix)
1 heaping half cup ice cream
1/4 Cup hot fudge topping (chilled or room temp)
16 Mega Stuffed Oreos
1 carton Cool Whip Mix-Ins Double Chocolate Brownie
Dark chocolate chips for topping
Preheat oven & line an 8×8 baking dish with parchment paper. Combine brownie mix, eggs, and oil as directed on the back of the box, but do not add the water. Add ice cream and hot fudge to the brownie batter and stir to combine. Pour half of the brownie batter into the baking dish, layer with Oreos, then top with remaining batter. Bake for 40-50 minutes or as directed on the back of the box. Serve cooled with a dollop of Cool Whip Mix-Ins Double Chocolate Brownie and sprinkle with dark chocolate chips.
Dare we say ice cream sundaes are the friendliest treat. The toppings have a mutual adoration to each other, making them all better together! And what could be easier than using pre-scooped ice cream cups and opening a few bags and jars of your favorite toppings. Gather your friends and build a Saturday to remember!
We have no plans on attending Mardi Gras this year. However, when a love one recently visited New Orleans, she brought us back a box of Cafe Du Monde beignets mix. It’s a little earlier than Fat Tuesday, but this weekend we will be baking up these delicious pastries. And with a few dipping sauces on the side, we will be creating our own little party.
We’re at it again! Turning two of our favorite vices into one. This time it’s brownies’ turn. Brownie Fries are so gonna satis”fry” us this Saturday! Brownie Fries
- 1 box of dark chocolate brownie mix plus ingredients on the back of the box
- Sea salt
Make the brownies according to the directions on the back of the box in a 9×13 pan. Once baked sprinkle with sea salt. Cool. Then use a pizza cutter to slice brownies into small 3 inch rectangles. Enjoy!
Even though our kiddos started school this week, it is only August and we are trying to hold onto any last bits of summer. Nothin says summer like ice cream sundaes. Around here we like to make things extra cutesy so we grabbed a few jars, some yummy toppings, a few flavors of ice cream and created our own ice cream sundae bar. From there we layered up the most deliciousy,
adorable ice cream sundaes in town. Summer never tasted so sweet!
If you’re a member of the MOB (mom of boys) like we are then you know our inspiration for this week’s treat. Lil dudes mowin down Dirt Cake – nothing could be sweeter!Dirt Cake
- Chocolate cake mix, plus ingredients on the back of the box
- 1 jar hot fudge
- Already made chocolate vanilla pudding
- Oreos, crushed
- Gummy worms
Mix and bake cake accordingly the directions on the back of the box. Once cooled spoon cake into the bottom of a clear cup, layer on hot fudge, pudding. Sprinkle crushed Oreos on top and poke a few gummy worms into the mixture. Go for it!