Come and see what I will be cooking up on Marilyns Treats this week!
This is what I featured the week of 12-2 to 12-6 on my blog. On Tuesday morning were Peppermint and Chocolate Mousse Bars. Wednesday was my Grasshopper Thin Mint Cheesecake. And wrapping up the second week of Christmas baking is a decadent Cherpumple Cake. Enjoy!
If you missed what I served up last week please click Serving This Week 11-25 to 11-29
Brownie base with chocolate custard and peppermint mousse. Drizzled in homemade cocoa syrup and topped with crushed candy canes! You can’t get anymore Holiday Season than this!
I am a pushover for peppermint, hot fudge and brownies. But add the chocolate mousse to the mix and I can’t resist!
Christmas season doesn’t start in my home without a gallon of mint ice cream and a jar of hot fudge sauce.
This has been a tradition since I was a kid. Unfortunately though only my daughter-in-law agrees with me. But that is fine. More for us!!
These Peppermint Chocolate Mousse Bars pick up the slack when the ice cream is gone. They have just the right balance of flavors to make you want seconds.
This recipe is perfect as it only needs whipped cream, a pudding mix, brownie mix and candy canes. Add some peppermint extract and food color and cool and you are ready to serve!
I have been saving this no bake cheesecake for a special occasion.
the Chef of my favorite restaurants gave me this recipe. He won title of Master Chef with it!
I love mint and chocolate. The creme de menthe liqueur add just the right amount mint and color to this dish. You can’t mess it up.
The cooke crust is made from Girl Scout Cookie Thin Mints.
These freeze well so be sure to get a few extra boxes as this cheesecake also goes well at St Patrick Day!
This thin mint cheesecake has Girl Scout cookies and creme de menthe liqueur mixed inside the filling. My signature cookie crust is on board and then drenched in a Home Made Hot Fudge.
A three-layer cake made around a stack of cherry, pumpkin and apple pies. Yes, that right.
A pumpkin pie, an apple pie and a cherry pie, all baked into a cake.
Quite possibly one of the unholiest culinary creations ever to ride into town on the dessert cart. The Cherpumple is a treat of sickening proportions.
This frosted monster is an especially unique dessert for the friend or family member that always wants to “sample” a bit of everything.
You can also make each pie from scratch, but this cake turns out best using prebaked frozen pies because it is less fragile to work with. Besides, who wants to make three scratch pies for one dessert?
I have a reader that made this with brownie layers instead of cake. I would think a chocolate cream pie, coconut cream pie and a chocolate chip cookie pizza would work well.
The possibles are endless!!
Let me know how YOU style this tower of deliciousness!