Oh my gosh. These are basically the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen!
I was so incredibly excited when Julie from Big City, Little Sweets offered to create some cake pops inspired by my Sugarlaws outfits, but when they actually arrived? You guys, I shrieked. These are seriously one of the coolest packages I’ve ever received! I knew when she told me that she had custom-designed cake pops for Jimmy Choo, Erin Fetherston, and Christian Louboutin that they would be awesome — but I was still completely blown away!
Chad and I immediately went back through my outfit posts to match each of the pops to its post — and as much as I wanted to Instagram them the second they arrived, I knew I had to wait so that you guys could see them side by side!
I’d be happy if they just looked cute, but they taste AMAZING! They’re filled with vanilla, chocolate, and red velvet cake, and I’m too embarrassed to tell you how many of them I’ve eaten already. Totally worth it.
Thank you so much to Big City, Little Sweets for this adorable surprise! Check them out on their website (check out the photo gallery at your own risk, they look so insanely delicious), Facebook and Twitter!
It’s funny, but some of the most popular recipes that I’ve made aren’t the ones that take all day in the kitchen, require fancy ingredients or equipment, or even seem all that creative. Some of the most popular things I make are simple, straightforward, and perfect for just about any weeknight.
So if that’s the kind of thing you’re into, you should definitely try this one. Combine a few ingredients that you’ve probably already got in your kitchen, spend a few minutes of prep time, and you’ve got a delicious dinner that makes a weeknight just a little more special. I’d take this over takeout any day.
Easy Stuffed Chicken
1 chicken breasts (can be adjusted for as many servings as you need)
2 ounces goat cheese
10 baby spinach leaves
2 tbsp olive oil
Fresh ground pepper
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
Gently pull the chicken skin back from the meat. Place a layer of crumbled goat cheese between the skin and the meat, and then top that with a layer of baby spinach. Make sure everything is covered by the chicken skin, and then drizzle with olive oil. Season with salt and pepper and bake for about 40 minutes, or until juices run clear.
There are very few things I love more than a chocolate truffle. It’s one of the few recipes that tastes better when it’s a little sloppy and homemade — there’s something so incredibly delicious about this easy, handmade recipe.
Besides, how could a recipe that just uses three ingredients not be irresistable? I bet you have most of these in your kitchen now — what better excuse to make them for your Golden Globes viewing party on Sunday?
I’m so excited for these videos — they’re a lot of work, but I’m having a ton of fun learning how to do them! If you have any suggestions, I’d love to hear them!
12 ounces chocolate, chopped
1/3 cup heavy cream
1 tsp vanilla extract For toppings:
In a small saucepan, melt the chocolate and vanilla for 1-2 minutes. Pour in the cream and stir for approximately 4 minutes, or until smooth.
Refrigerate for 2 hours. Roll each truffle into a ball between your palms, and then roll them in the toppings. Serve and enjoy!