Every now and then everyone needs a little sweet treat whether it is a chocolate truffle, rum ball, mini dessert or something a little bit fancier.
Can be made with or without the peanut butter, I always get rave reviews from this rather easy-to-make fudge, using ingredients you most likely have on hand. This recipe does requires a candy thermometer.
These are whimsical and fun treats that all kids will love. Chocolate mice are rolled in chocolate biscuit crumbs for a realistic look.
This is a lunchbox favourite that has endured over time. The apple slice recipe is easy to follow and simple to make, I hope you have as much success with it as I have.
A biscuit for chocolate addicts. A wonderful easy recipe that is great for kids - easy to make and store well. The dough or the cooked biscuits can be frozen. You can make tiny, dainty biscuits or regular size. You can also use the normal sized M&Ms, though it is harder to make the dainty sized biscuits!
Scrumptious raspberry slice with a crisp buttery biscuit bottom, raspberry jam filling and a sweet coconut topping. Sometimes called Louis cake.
I am not a big fan of copha, but I do love marshmallows! This is a great recipe that I have been using for a while now, it is quick, easy and copha free.
These cookies were inspired by #Gishwhes2015, and because the world will never have enough ball cookies.
Fluffy, sugary balls of delight! This recipe wraps a marshmallow in coconut before being dipped in chocolate.
This recipe has a chocolate and marshmallow base similar to a brownie, then served with a marshmallow fluff topping.
This no-fuss, no-bake recipe makes the best tasting rum balls ever! Store them in an airtight container the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks....if they last that long!