Serving This Week 1-27 to 1-31-2020
Come and see what I will be cooking up on Marilyns Treats this week!
This is what I featured the week of 1-27 to 1-31 on my blog. On Tuesday was my own recipe Cupid’s Lasagna. Tuesday was my Triple Chocolate Bread Pudding. And wrapping up Sweetheart Week was my very own Sweetheart Bark. Enjoy!
If you missed what I served up last week please click Serving This Week 1-20 to 1-24.
Are you tired of Red Velvet recipes yet?
Here is one that is not real sweet and different from the rest.
This Cupid’s Lasagna is a vibrant Red brownie layer under a thin cream cheese filling.
Then to topping off the dessert is a layer of cheesecake pudding blended into a whipped cream mixture!
To make it festive, a layer of broken Red Cream Cheese Oreos sits a top the entire mix.
This light, creamy dessert is not sweet, but feel free to add more garnish if you wish!
You are going to love this treat!
This vacation week is making me dig deep for ideas. I am trying hard to provide easy choices that can be made in a kitchen stocked by someone else.
This chocolate bread pudding was an easy delight made with just a few staples and simple kitchen tools.
What a treat the boys had when they came in from the ocean at noon.
Not just the regular peanut butter and jelly sandwich awaited them.
No salty chips or snacks.
Just a nice tall cold glass of milk and this Triple Chocolate Bread Pudding!
I think it was a hit. They ate it all!
Making Bark is so easy, especially once you figure out how to handle combining the ingredients.
It is simple to make it look as pretty in reality as it is in your idea.
At the market a few weeks ago I bought enough food to bake for three holidays!
I have ample cupboard space for baking supplies.
But when you consider baking isn’t the only cooking going on in the kitchen then it becomes cramped.
Having more than one cook in the home also limits space.
What I really need is 2 pantries. A girl can dream.
This two layer bark was a snap once I decided to let it congeal on a foil lined counter.
I put it covered in the garage over night to get it hard enough to break up.
Being cold out there helped a lot.
Combining an Andes Mint Chocolate bottom with a white chocolate top was a great idea.
The bottom layer stayed soft a few hours longer than I thought it would.
This pretty little bark was a hit at the last family gathering at Christmas. It was just decorated with red and green sprinkles instead of candy hearts.