Raspberry White Chocolate Muffins

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My Raspberry White Chocolate Muffins will brighten any morning! They also make a great after school snack or wonderful addition to any lunch!

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First of all I would like to apologize for not posting in quite some time! Truth be told, between my three jobs, busy household and almost no sun to speak of for days at a time here it has been almost impossible! No excuses, my apologies and I will try not to let it happen again. :)

Moving on, who doesn’t love a good muffin in the morning with a tall glass of ice cold milk, fresh juice, or even your favorite coffee? It’s just such a nice way to start the day!

I developed this recipe based on what I thought would make a really good Raspberry White Chocolate Muffin. The flavored creamer really adds a wonderful, wonderful touch!

This recipe is a keeper because you change vary it so many different ways, that’s if you want to of course.

These Raspberry White Chocolate Muffins are fabulous for breakfast, brunch or an after school snack. They also travel well if you want to bring a couple to work or school with you.

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Today I used regular granulated sugar on the top of the muffins instead of coarser sugar crystals and it worked out quite nicely. A nice change of pace. [Read more…]

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Chocolate Lucky Charms Treats with White Chocolate

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My Chocolate Lucky Charms Treats with White Chocolate are the perfect sweet treat for St. Patrick’s Day or any time at all! 2015-02-25-4731 Chocolate Lucky Charms Treats with White Chocolate Do your kids love Lucky Charms for breakfast? My kids absolutely LOVE Lucky Charms! I must admit every so often I have a bowl and I am reminded how much I LOVE Lucky Charms too!

So when I saw Chocolate Lucky Charms at the store I knew I had to get some. Around here they’re on the shelves at different times of the year, but not all the time.

With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner I wanted to do something FUN, but easy for the upcoming holiday. Something that you can make with your kids, friends, or family without too much hassle!

So here you have Chocolate Lucky Charms, extra marshmallow and white chocolate combined to make my very delicious Chocolate Lucky Charms Treats with White Chocolate!

ENJOY!!

2015-02-25-4736 As you can see I like a little extra marshmallow in these treats, that’s why I use 5 cups of cereal instead of your standard 6 cups. If you don’t like extra marshmallow simply add 1 more cup of cereal to the mixture.

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White Chocolate Charmed Treats

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This bar balances toasted oat cereal with marshmallows and a classic smooth marshmallow mixture, topped off with creamy white chocolate, and sprinkles.

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There are many, many different types of marshmallow treats out there these days. Right around this time of year, marshmallow treats made with Lucky Charms seem to be all the rage. 

It makes sense, Lucky Charms and St. Patrick’s Day are a great match! Today I made White Chocolate Charmed Treats, or Lucky Charm Treats made with white chocolate.

This is one of those treats that’s a lot of fun to make for St. Patrick’s Day. They’re especially fun to make with the little helpers, your kids.

Grab your kids and go have some fun in the kitchen!

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Strawberry-White Chocolate Raspberry Bread

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This scrumptious strawberry-white chocolate raspberry bread is perfect when you’re looking for a moist and flavorful way to start your day.

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This post is going to pretty straight forward and to the point. I have taken on of my favorite fruit & yogurt breads I sometimes sell at the local farmers market and developed a quick and easy version to share with all of you.

Some of you aren’t ready to bake from scratch quite yet. I hear my friends say the same thing. That’s fine, you don’t have to. :)

This bread can be very pretty with pink flecks running through it, and a wonderful glaze on top. But most importantly, it’s really good!

I have re-created a quick and easy version of my own from-scratch bread. This bread is so good! Yes it’s that good, and the recipe starts from a cake mix. With a few of the right tweaks, no one will over know!

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White Chocolate Snickerdoodles

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When my kids want to take “a little something extra” to school with them they ask for these cookies. If you’re not a fan of white chocolate, please don’t let the name scare you! There’s just enough white chocolate in here to make the cookies extra special. Even my oldest son who isn’t a big fan of white chocolate loves these!

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Naturally you can make these from scratch if you prefer; I often do when I’m making them on the weekend. But for a midweek treat, this recipe does just fine. :)

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You can see inside the cookie there’s just enough white chocolate to give it a boost, but not too much too overpower the taste of the cookie.

These cookies are fabulous when you warm them up for just a few seconds in the microwave! The warm cinnamon flavor is so wonderful. Now all you need is a tall cold glass of milk!
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White Chocolate Raspberry Monkey Bread

White Chocolate Raspberry Monkey Bread

 

White Chocolate Raspberry Monkey Bread

For me there is just something irresistible about monkey bread! Whether you call it monkey bread, pull apart bread, or something else all-together it is always so good. When it comes hot out of the oven, warm and gooey, it just can’t be beat!

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I especially like this White Chocolate Raspberry Monkey Bread because I always love white chocolate and raspberries together. And because it’s perfect for brunch, when you want something just a little different, but it’s also perfect on a cool night when you want something warm from the oven for dessert. :)

I really hope you guys enjoy this one as much as I do!
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White Chocolate Peanut Butter-Chocolate Chip Blondies

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These blondies are a wonderful change of pace for summer!

The other day I needed a bar that was just a little different for a special event. This time around I wanted something with chocolate, but a light chocolate. So, this is the combo du jour I came up with. :)

Like I said these blondies, bars or whatever you prefer to call them definitely have a lighter taste, and that’s exactly what I wanted. For all of you loyal brownie fans –  the true chocolate brownie still reigns supreme! :)

But there are times a person wants something a little different. These bars are great for dessert after a nice summer meal, a church get together, or really anytime at all.

I must say I really like them for a nice summer treat!

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The best part is these bars start with a mix, AND are very easy to make! Who could ask for more?

FYI – the tan chips are peanut butter chips, but these bars would also be very good made with butterscotch chips in place of the peanut butter chips.

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Let cool, cut into squares or any shape you want and enjoy!

 

White Chocolate Peanut Butter-Chocolate Chip Blondies

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1 (15.25-ounce) package golden vanilla cake mix

1 (3.3-ounce) package instant white chocolate instant pudding

1/3 cup butter, softened

2 large eggs

2-3 tablespoons milk (soymilk, cow’s milk, rice milk)

3/4 cup white chocolate chips

3/4 cup Reese’s peanut butter chips

Topping: 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips

DIRECTIONS

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 13 x 9-inch baking pan with non-stick spray; set aside. In a large bowl mix the cake mix, pudding mix, butter, eggs and milk with a large spoon until blended. Mix in the white chocolate chips and Reese’s peanut butter chips.

2. Spread and press into prepared pan. Sprinkle with mini chocolate chips, gently pressing into dough.

3. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes until just set. Do not over bake! Transfer to a wire rack and cool completely. Cut into bars.

Makes 24 bars – or fewer if you like them larger…:)

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