Wish List Wednesday पांच नंबर (Number 5 in Hindi)

Sorry, I haven't done this and that now I am late!

So I bought these pans a few weeks ago,
To make French Bread

and to make Mini Cheesecakes!

If you have any recipes for me to accomplish my goals, please comment and/or leave me a link back to your blog!

A Themed Bakers Sunday # 11

Sorry it took me so long to post!
Let's see who made the top 6!!

Number 6

Number 5
Grand Marnier & Spiced Rum Fruit Dip By: My Kitchen is My Playground
Number 4
  Luscious Lemon Tart By: Flour Me with Love

 Number 3

Number 2
 Lemon Streusel Muffins By: The Daily Smash

Number 1

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I have an extra brownie pop mold and using I will choose someone who has entered!
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And leave me a comment HERE saying you did all three!

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EASY Easy easy Truffles!
I've had many truffles in my day, nice and expensive ones and only okay ones, but this recipe is affordable, DELICIOUS and easy and considering that they are made from Oreos and cream cheese the taste is HIIIIIGH up there!

What you need:
1 pkg (8 oz) Philly Cream Cheese
1 (16 oz) Box of Oreos
6 Semisweet Baking Chocolate

Thats it!

What you need to do:
In a mixer, Bring together Oreos and Philly Cream Cheese.
Mix well, until smooth.

Using a cookie scoop, scoop out balls and place on wax paper. 
Now, You can leave them like this and pour chocolate over them or dip them
You can roll them even tighter to make a perfectly formed ball (I personally think it looks better this way)

Using either method you like the best dip in chocolate and place in fridge for 2 hours
(TIP: To make those 2 hours turn into 30-40 min: When melting your chocolate for dipping, add in some shortening. This will firm up the chocolate and make firming time shorter!)

 From here you can make different types of truffles! 

 From Left to Right: Peanut Truffle, Regular Chocolate Truffle, Powdered Sugar Truffle, Coconut Truffle, and Lastly the Cocoa Truffle.
 This is the Peanut Truffle. 
What I did was Mix in some coarsely chopped peanuts into the Oreo mix then dipped them. Then I finely chopped some more peanuts and sprinkled it on top of the truffle.

 This is the Coconut Truffle. 
To make it is the same concept as the Peanut Truffle. 
Course Coconut pieces inside the Truffle and fine pieces on top.

 This is the Cocoa Truffle. 
This one you DO NOT DIP! 
You drown it with cocoa powder shaking the excess off with a spoon.

 This is the Powdered Sugar Truffle. 
Same concept as the Cocoa Truffle.
Do not dip in chocolate, drown it with powdered sugar!

Super easy, Super elegant, SUPER TASTY!

Also, Don't forget about my free giveaway for a FREE Brownie Pop Mold!
Details HERE

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A Themed Bakers Sunday # 10

WOW! 10 Themed Bakers Sundays!!! Crazy!
I am SO sorry that I'm late! I have a sinus infection and I was asleep for most of the day yesterday!
Please forgive me. Onto your top 6!!

Number 6
Cheesy Garlic Herb Bread by: Slice of Southern

Number 5
Blueberries and Cream Cake By: Flour Me with Love

Number 4
Dulce de Leche Banana Cream Pie By: The South Padre Island

Number 3
Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie By: A Little Bit Country A Little Bit Rock and Roll

Number 2

And Number 1
Raspberry Macarons By: U

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Ok, one announcement before I say what our next theme is:
Enter for my giveaway! 
No catch, no gimmicks, I just have an extra brownie pop mold (brand new, never used) and want to give it away!

All you have to do is:
Follow me on my blog
Follow me via Twitter
Like me on Facebook!
And comment HERE that you did all three and Presto!
You have until July 1 2011 to enter.

Ok, Now that business it out of the way, What is our theme???
This includes: Lemon, Lime, Orange, Grapefruit, and any combination of the four! 
Drinks, Desserts, baked goods, Etc!

Chicken and Rice Casserole

Chicken and Rice Casserole
I didn't think that this recipe was very southern-y, but it was in the cook book, So I made it. 
After grocery shopping and being SOOO hungry I just made the fastest recipe I had in the collection.

What you need: 
  • 2 TBSP Butter
  • 1 Medium Onion
  • 2 cups Rice, Cooked
  • 2 chicken breasts, chopped and cooked
  • 1 1/2 cups frozen sweet peas
  • 1 cup Carrots, peeled and chopped
  • 1 cup Corn
  • 1 1/2 cups Sharp Cheddar Cheese
  • 1 cup Sour Cream
  • 1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
  • 1 4 0z Jar of Pimientos
  • 3 cups Ruffels
What to do:
 Chop up you chicken and cook it. Any way you'd like. I boiled it in some flavored water (garlic, pepper and salt).
Chop up your carrots and pan fry them until tender. Sautee onion, then add peas and corn.

In a bowl, Mix your cooked rice, cooked chicken, veggies and sour cream and cream of chicken soup. 
Add in cheese.

Put into pan and crumble some chips on top!
Bake at 350 for 20-30 minutes.

Linked to:

Brownie Pop Mold Give Away! Plus, Brownie Pops!

LI want to do something fun, I have an extra awesome brownie mold 

(which, I do use one, quite frequently, and love!) 

In order to enter:
  • You have to be a follower on my blog
  • You have to like on Facebook
  • You have to follow on Twitter
  • AND you have to leave me a comment on this post saying you did all three!
I will use to determine who is the winner!!!!  You have until July 1, 2011 to enter!!

I LOVED making these!

They are so easy to make!
Use your favorite brownie batter mix, Which I use this.
Pour some batter in this here mold,
Bake at whatever temp and how ever long, and presto!
you can decorate however you want!
I drizzled some peanut butter on them.

If you do not have this mold, and you love brownies, YOU MUST GET IT!

Linked to:
Cajun Sugar Pie
2 Maids a Baking
Monday, Mmmm... Dessert
Sweet Indulgences Sundays
Make a Food-e-Friend Monday
What I Ate Wednesday
Let's Do Brunch Wednesday
What's on Your Plate Wednesday
What's on the Menu Wednesday

Wishlist Wednesday ceithre (Number four in Irish)


Yes, I am doing it! 
I bought this southern cook book. My husband is from the South. 
He BEGGED me to make a few things from this cook book!
So, I'm going to have fun with it!
I'm doing a southern style dinner every night this week and you get to tag along!
If you have any recipes I can use, Comment! Leave a link going back to you and I GUARANTEE I will go check it out and leave you a comment!
So what exactly is on the agenda from this Wednesday night to next Wednesday night?
Well, In no exact order:
  • "Baked" Potato Soup
  • Hot Fudge Brownie Cake
  • Three Cheese Pasta Bake ( Ididn't really feel like this was very southern-y, but I needed another meal!)
  • Corn Pudding
  • Chicken fried steak or chicken
  • Perfect Mashed Potatoes
  • Mama's Fried Chicken (of course)
  • Baked Mac and Cheese
  • Hash Brown Cassarole
  • Cheesy BBQ Sloppy Joes
  • Chicken and Rice Cassarole
  • Buttermilk Biscuits
  • Chicken Pot Pie

I will be posting ALL of these delicious recipes and of course with my own spin to it! : P
P.S. My husband and I don't like collard greens and okra, so we're not having any of it. (Sorry)

Soooo... I hope ALL of you are getting excited with me! 

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes

Ok everyone, meet Tracey.
She is my buddy and a guest baker! How exciting!
She got to choose what we are making. 
She saw a recipe for Peanut Butter Cupcakes form Cupcakes, Cupcakes and more Cupcakes by Lilach German and so we had to make them, whilst making them our own of course!

Ok, so Peanut Butter and Jelly cupcakes. What you need:
4 2/3 flour
4 tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
2 sticks of butter
2 2/3 sugar
3/4 cup peanut butter
4 eggs
1 cup milk
4 tbsp jam (Which ever you like)

1 cup peanut butter 
4 tbsp honey
4 tbsp milk
4 oz cream cheese
and some more jam
What you need to do:
Preheat your oven to 325.
Mix your dry ingredients together in a bowl.
In a mixer cream butter, sugar, and peanut butter until fluffy.
and eggs one at a time, while mixing still.
Gradually add dry ingredients.
Add milk until smooth.
Add jam with a spoon, not thoroughly so chunks of jam remain.
 Bake for 23-25 minutes.
Cool for 10 min.
Preparing your frosting: 
Mix together all ingredients except jam.
Place a little helping or a dollop of frosting on top of the cupcake.

Place a spoonful of jam on top of the peanut butter frosting!!!

TA DAA! Super easy, Super fun, great classic with a sweet twist for anyone, young or old!

A Themed Bakers Sunday # 9

9 Themed Baker's Sunday ALREADY?!?! Crazy!
Alright, no dilly dallying!

Number 6
Strawberry Shortcake Cookies by: Life's Simple Measures
Number 5
Chocolate Wafer Cookies by: Shugary Sweets

Number 4
Lemon Sandwich Cookies By: Baking for the Boys

 Number 3

Number 2
S'mores Chocolate Chip Cookies By: Crazy for Crust

Number 1
Snickers Surprise Cookies By: Kimmy's Kitchen

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That's right! Whatever you made this week, POST IT!

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