Come and see what I will be serving up on Marilyns Treats this week!
This is what I featured the week of 11-25 to 11-29 on my blog. On Tuesday morning were Christmas Almond Balls. Wednesday was a Red Velvet Oreo Trifle. And wrapping up the first week of Christmas baking is a Marilyns Treats original. My Death by Peanut Butter and Chocolate Trifle. Enjoy!
If you missed what I served up last week please click Serving This Week 11-18 to 11-22
A very simple and delicate, almond and buttery cookie great for the holidays or as a gift one of my favorites.
Warning- You can’t have just one. So make two batches at a time.
These have quickly become a must have on my Holiday baking list.
Simple ingredients combined together to create a fast and easy preparation.
You have everything you need to make these cookies already in your pantry.
Flour, butter, sugar, nuts, almond and vanilla extract are mixed together, rolled and baked.
Sprinkle in powdered sugar if desired as you place them on a plate.
These can be made any size you wish but will cause cooking time to vary.
You simply will love how easy the kitchen cleanup becomes also. Your family and friends will gravitate to these over your other baked cookies so make sure to keep extra on hand.
Christmas snow balls come to mind when these are made. Serve with milk and avoid the food fight that may start!
I made this at Christmas one year and everyone raved about how yummy it looked.
When it was time to dish it out my sister scooped very small portions on each plate. That wasn’t enough!
Since the dessert was so light relatives came back for seconds and thirds. I was totally surprised there wasn’t even a spoonful left over.
For those dieters, use low fat cool whip. Tell everyone I removed all the calories.
This trifle makes a big WOW statement on your table. Even use it as a centerpiece after the main meal is served and you are ready for dessert.
Red Velvet Oreo Trifle can be whipped up in as much time as you can whip up a pudding mix.
Just bake yourself a red velvet cake mix, cheesecake pudding mix, prepared whip cream and some cookies.
You can use all premade ingredients for less hassle.
No one will believe how easily this trifle is made.
Go ahead and keep that a secret. It is time you become the Queen of desserts in your own kitchen!
An easy peasy dessert that will WOW your guests and decorate your table at the same time. Beware though as it comes with a DIABETIC WARNING!!
It was surprisingly very light and not overly sweet, and folks came back for seconds and thirds.
This trifle is an original. Filled with chocolate, vanilla and homemade peanut butter pudding you can’t deny the Peanut Butter and Chocolate flavors.
Guaranteed to satisfy the Peanut Butter and Chocolate lover in your crowd. There is always at least one!
You can use a ready made whipped cream like Cool Whip, or make your own. Either way it adds a fluffiness to this dessert,
One recipe will feed an army, but it stays very nice in the refrigerator for up to 5-6 days.
In my home you can never have too much peanut butter. We just add it to our chocolate!
Enjoy this special dessert anytime of the year!