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Oatmeal Cheesecake Cookie Bars

Oatmeal Cheesecake Cookie Bars

Cookie, Cheesecake, Chocolate. Say no more.

Posted on August 18, 2014

I wanted cookies. I wanted chocolate. I wanted ooey and gooey and warm and .. well maybe I was just having a moment, but I was sure having a great moment when I was inspired to make these! Inspired by the recipe on Table For Two Blog, I decided I needed to make my own delectable delights, with a bit of a grilled flare. 

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Grilled Peach Ice Cream

Grilled Peach Ice Cream

Grilled Peaches In Creamy Vanilla Ice Cream

Posted on July 31, 2014

It's peach season, it's summer, it's hot. Why not get the best out of the seasonal produce and beat the heat with Grilled Peach Ice Cream! No I didn't grill the ice cream, I grilled the peaches and put them into the ice cream. This dessert is kid friendly and super easy to make. It was creamy and smoky and sweet. 

I guess I should explain the asterisks on the time it takes to make the Grilled Peach Ice Cream. It really doesn't take long, but the freezing time is where it gets you. I don't exactly have a place to put that. But basically you have to wait, impossibly hard because it smells and tastes so good, for the ice cream to set for at least 2 hours in the freezer.  

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Grilled Banana Custard Shake

Grilled Banana Custard Shake

Double the Flavour with the Grill

Posted on July 02, 2014
Grilling the bananas gives a little char flavor to this shake. It blends well with the charcoal flavor notes in the Gentleman Jack Rare Tennessee Whiskey.
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Confetti Cake Pops – Return of the cake pops

Confetti Cake Pops – Return of the cake pops

Return of the cake pops

Posted on May 22, 2014
Confetti Cake Pops – Return of the cake pops – sounds like a movie sequel right? Well this may well have been. Another smash hit in the dessert department. Just bake the cake on the grill and then demolish it. Okay there’s a few more steps, which I will actually get into with the instructions part, but this is a fun dessert that you can serve or turn into a gift with ease. 
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Apple Pie Dumplings

Apple Pie Dumplings

On The Grill

Posted on May 05, 2014
These are fun little treats and delicious too. I know I say that about almost everything on this site, but hey, I love food. I love desert food probably the best, aside from steak, and bacon, and pork, and garlic, oh and chocolate. Guess I could go on forever couldn’t I? Be careful to use apples that don’t have too too much juice, they tend to get a little messy when you bake them. What’s your favorite fruit based dessert? Leave a comment below or on Facebook and tell us!
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Stout & Chocolate Cheesecake

Stout & Chocolate Cheesecake

With Candied Bacon

Posted on April 17, 2014

Basically I saw this and said the words Stout & Chocolate Cheesecake With Candied Bacon to my husband, the Baron of Baking. Stunned, he stopped everything and slowly turned to me. “Yes” was all he whispered.

That was how this started. Literally seeing the name of this heavenly delight, that is in no way healthy to be honest, and hearing the one word whispered. An affirmation that my husband and I were meant to be. We share a love for bacon, and cheesecake, and chocolate. Yep. I love to cook, he loves to eat. I think I am getting off topic here…

I didn’t exactly have a recipe to start with, so I went with a couple of my favorite recipes and this is what happened.

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Smoked Date Squares

Smoked Date Squares

Sweet Snack Food

Posted on April 01, 2014
Smoked Date Squares are a hefty, coffee cake-like delicacy with a satisfying finish. Add a little smoke and you have a grilled delight that is sure to please. You want to use apple, cherry or maple for the smoking because of the sweet qualities of the smoke they produce. The rest of this comes together fairly quickly, and goes the same way. Once sliced and served, it will go fast. The only thing I found odd about these Smoked Date Squares was that they retained their heat for quite some time. I am talking they were still warm 4 or so hours later! (I was letting them cool on the counter)
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Cake Pops

Cake Pops

on the Grill

Posted on April 01, 2014
As you know, I love to make things for others’. When there’s an opportunity, say a birthday, then I am right there with some creation that makes people smile. So when it was a co-worker’s birthday, I decided to try my hand at making Cake Pops. I must say, I was a little apprehensive at first, considering my first attempt (I admit it) did not go well indeed. …in fact neither did my second attempt. But you know what they say. “Third time’s the charm”. And charmed it was. They were a big hit! Delicious and fudgey, they turned out pretty fantastic. Here’s how I made Cake Pops on the grill.
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Peanut Butter Dream Brownies

Peanut Butter Dream Brownies

A brownie that's so much more!

Posted on March 17, 2014

Peanut Butter Dream is a recipe that I thought of when I made my Minty Fresh for the Baron of Baking. It’s actually in an old issue of the Recipe Club as the exclusive recipe, but it’s just so good that I think the whole world deserves to try it.

I know what you’re thinking. How can this recipe have anything to do with St. Patrick’s Day? It’s not green and there’s definitely no beer in it. It starts with the fact that I was going through my Irish Cuisine Cookbook, looking for inspiration and there was my Minty Fresh in the book! It was called Shamrock Brownies, or something to that effect, but there you go! And the connection is that these Peanut Butter Dream Brownies were something I dreamed up for a birthday while I was making the Minty Fresh.

These Peanut Butter Dream Brownies are absolutely incredible. They’re sweet, and slightly salty, and a small pan will go very far.

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Irish Apple Cake

Irish Apple Cake

Delightfully Spiced Cake

Posted on March 17, 2014

Irish Apple Cake is possibly the quintessential Irish dessert. The apples give it sweetness, while the cinnamon and ginger spice it perfectly, and the chopped nuts add texture. This cake can come together in a variety of ways, depending on how you want it to look when you’re done, but one thing that stays the same is the taste.

I made a large bundt cake version of Irish Apple Cake for this recipe and took it to a friend’s to share. The whole thing was gone in under 30 minutes. There were only 6 of us. The fragrance alone had everyone’s eyes rolling back in delight. Make it for yourself and see!

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