Because during the two remaining weeks leading to Christmas Elf has become a regular watch we have decided to pay tribute to our beloved Christmas classic with an Elf Spaghetti Breakfast Cake.
The sugar content in this Elf Spaghetti Breakfast Cake is sure to power you through an exhaustive evening of Christmas movie marathon and ensured to be a complete success on the children’s table this Christmas family gathering.
Our brewing excitement for Halloween has been reflected on these oh so hauntingly pretty Witches Brew Halloween Candles.
All it takes is a brew up of a cauldron full of this radioactive mixture to be delighted by green apple-like scent.
Because Halloween is creeping on us quick we have decided to trick o´ treat ourselves with these oh so spooky Crushed Candy Corn Poisoned Donuts.
These Crushed Candy Corn Poisoned Donuts are best served to Hocus Pocus, but are not to be left out from being displayed on your annual Halloween Costume Party’s dessert table.
We officially kicked off the bonfire season with only the most quotable movie of all time’s themed smore’s; Mean Girls.
That’s like so fetch isn’t it?
Talk about a match made in heaven. Breakfast mornings just got a little sweeter with these Strawberry Jam-Filled Pop Tart Donuts.
Whether recreating the old school’s strawberry pop tart or a more adventurous flavor (shout out to the legendary Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ones) you better believe normal pop tarts won’t cut it anymore.
We are savoring the last bits of the warm weather with these Chips & Guac Ice Cream Buñuelos.
These ice cream bowls paired with crispy sugar-cinnamon coated tortilla chips will make your Día del Grito guests and about anyone who is still holding on to summer say, ”oh holy guacamole!”
Now, who wants a scoop of guac?!
We are transitioning into September with these Mexican Rainbow Conchas to cure the summer-ending blues.
Because the Mexican Independence is right around the corner we have decided to rainbow-ify mexican’s sweet bread: Conchas, aka my childhood’s favorite!
Whether a conchas first-timer or devoted aficionado, these Mexican Rainbow Conchas will have either of them over the rainbow.
We are letting our lawn flamingo ornaments soak up the final drops of sunshine with these Lawn Flamingo Parfaits as a warm goodbye to our beloved summer months.
These Lawn Flamingo Parfaits will not only win the jackpot in any yard end-of-summer-party they are served but also the appreciation of that flamingo-obsesssd friend we all know.
× Devil’s Delight cake mix or go-to chocolate cake recipe.
× Green buttercream frosting.
× Wilton’s 233 tip. (grass tip)
× Chocolate buttercream frosting.
× Bright Pink Candy Melts + Lawn Flamingo lollipop mold.
× Bright Pink Fondant, toothpicks + Black and Yellow Edible Markers for details.
× Plastic mini lawn flamingos.
STEP 1: Bake a Devil’s Delight cake mix according to instructions in the box.
Once cooled out crum your cake and fill up your desired cups until reaching the top.
STEP 2: Optional – You may use some chocolate frosting to layer with the chocolate cake for a more moist parfait.
With a Wilton 233 tip. Pipe some grass using green buttercream frosting (recipe bellow) or store bought green frosting.
1 c. shortening (butter flavored)
1 c. butter
1½ tsp. vanilla extract
½ tsp. almond extract
7½ c. powdered sugar
⅓ c. heavy whipping cream
gel or paste green icing dye
In a large bowl, beat the shortening and butter until smooth and fluffy. Add the vanilla, almond extract and cream and mix until smooth. Add the powdered sugar 1-2 cups at a time, mixing well between each addition. Beat the frosting for an additional 4-5 minutes until light and fluffy. Using a toothpick, add the tiniest amount of dye at a time to the bowl of frosting to control your color. These dyes will color the frosting quickly, so there is no need to add too much.
STEP 3: As for the flamingos, you can top your parfaits with chocolate shaped flamingos using bright pink candy melts and the mold linked above.
For an alternative, use pink fondant and shape them to your liking. Paint details with edible markers and poke a toothpick to stand them, we painted them black as well with black food coloring/edible black marker to mimic real like lawn flamingos.
If in a hurry, top with plastic decorative lawn flamingos.
Garnish with some sprinkles if desired.
Not ready to let go of summer just yet? Have one last splash with our Swimming Pool Jell-o Cake.
Summer night-in’s favorite snack just got beached themed, sand dusted & palm tree topped with this Beach Vibes Palm Tree Chocolate Bark. We aren’t even mad about it!
This Beach Vibes Palm Tree Chocolate Bark will not only be your favorite to munch at night but will keep those summer parties ready to roll about whenever since it’s a last minute-dessert alternative, and you better believe it is.
White Chocolate Melts.
Cookie Crumbs 1/3 Cup.
Fondant (We used yellow, pink and green).
Brown m&m’s (Or round brown candy of choice).
Pirouline Chocolate cookies.
STEP 1: Melt white chocolate melts.
STEP 2: Spread melted chocolate on baking tray over non-stick parchment paper evenly to your desired thickness.
STEP 3: Dust over chocolate blended cookie crumbs while the chocolate has not harden yet.
STEP 4: Finish off by topping with fondant flowers and edible palm trees, using more melted chocolate to hold the pieces in place.
We used pirouline cookies, m&m’s (as coconuts) and we shapped green fondant to leaves.
On the hunt for more beach-y summer get togethers dessert inspiration? Check out our ultimate favorite summer combination: the beach and key lime pie on Key Lime Beach Pie.