Showing posts with label Sprinkles. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sprinkles. Show all posts

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Strawberry Sprinkled Bundt Cake/#BundtBakers

It is time for #BundtBakers again, and this month we are celebrating "SPRINKLES"! Can you think of anything more fun! The idea is that the sprinkles can really be anything that you sprinkle on or in your bundt. I wanted to make something that is fun and colorful, and of course, tasty! So I made a Strawberry Sprinkled Bundt Cake. I started with a white cake, added some strawberry jello for color and some crushed fresh strawberries for the yummy taste. I topped it with a lemon glaze, like on a donut, and let loose with the sprinkles! Fun~Fun~Fun! I hope you enjoy it!

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Chocolate Valentine Bark!

Here is a sweet and simple Valentine treat! I made these to put in Valentine Tins that I sent to my son and his roommates. I love making sweet treats for him while he is away at college. It lets him know I miss him; a lot!! And it's so much fun for me!!

Valentine Bark!
12 ounces Milk Chocolate
12 ounces White Almond Bark
M and M's 
Conversation Hearts
Valentine Heart Sprinkles
Melt the chocolate chips over medium heat in a double boiler.
Melt and stir until the chocolate is completely smooth.
Spread the milk chocolate onto a baking sheet until it is smooth.
Put the chocolate baking sheet in the freezer for approx. 15 minutes.
Melt the white Almond Bark over medium heat in a double boiler.
Mix until it gets smooth like the milk chocolate did.
Smooth it out over top of the milk chocolate.
Sprinkle the M and M's, the hearts, and the sprinkles
on top of the white chocolate.
Let sit at room temperature until set.
I let mine sit overnight.
Place in freezer for approximately 20 minutes.
Take out of the freezer.
Start randomly cracking the bark in 2 bite sizes.
Wrap up in a Valentine bag.

Happy Valentine's Day!

I will do 1 thing different when I make these next time.
I'll add something salty, like pretzels or peanuts. 
This would help cut the sweetness.
Sweets for the sweet!