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P.B.K. Brownies {Feature Friday}

4 Nov

Congratulations to Sara DeLeeuw, author of blog My Imperfect Kitchen and this weeks Feature Friday winner for her incredible P.B.K. Brownies. I have already made these brownies and could not stop eating them! If you would like to be features on KT, it’s as easy as submitting a recipe here

We started our third bowling season last night. It has become something of a tradition for me to bring snacks to our weekly games.  Truthfully, I do it because I can’t bowl.  Not even remotely well. I couldn’t break 100 if I used bumpers.  My scores last night were 77, 79 and 69.  Yeahhhh…don’t quit my day job, right?  You may feel sorry for my team, but don’t!  They eat very well.   Yesterday I made PBK (Peanut Butter Krispy) Brownie Bars to kick off our season.  This recipe is a variation of BrownEyedBaker’s “Better Than Crack” Brownies and they are very addicting!   After all, who doesn’t love chocolate and peanut butter?  Consider yourself warned, you may never go back to regular brownies again.  I’m setting the bar pretty high on bowling snacks with these!   They are easy to put together, and trust me, they are worth every delicious bite! Continue reading

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Drug Store Candy Pies

30 Oct

There are certain times  of the year that I look on, as an Orthodox Jew, while people around me celebrate exciting holidays like Halloween and Christmas. Instead of sitting back wrought with jealousy, I decided this year that I would take advantage in any way I could and for Halloween, that meant candy, candy and more candy! I drove to my closest drug store and stood in front of the candy section for almost 10 minutes deciding which chocolate morsels I would pile in to my cart. I finally decided on Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Hershey’s Kisses Filled With Caramel, and Dove White & Milk Chocolate Swirl Promises, all candy that I knew would melt well in the oven but would still hold on to their delicious integrity. Next came the question of what to do with all of that yummy candy so I figured I should turn to a cookbook made just for kids, since it’s usually kids who collect the candy on Halloween, right?!? Kosher by Design Kids in the Kitchen, by Susie Fishbein, was my answer and the Fruit Pocket recipe was my inspiration! I seriously felt like a kid making this desert and I certainly suggest making this with your own kids.  Continue reading