Okay, let me break it to you right now…this recipe is going to require a trip to Dunkin Donuts. For Munchkins. Yes, this blog, the same blog that pesters you relentlessly about making your own ricotta cheese, making your own butter, making your own pickles, this same blog is now giving you a recipe where one of the required ingredients is a Munchkin. You can’t say I don’t keep you on your toes. What can I say…there are just some recipes where Munchkins are required, and pumpkin pudding cake bites, that’s one of them.
Boo! It’s just about that time again, and amid all the fun-sized Snickers bars and candy corn and caramel apples and pumpkin-infused everything, we are also at some point going to need to feed the kids some Regular Food. And while these Halloween hot dogs aren’t the fanciest dinner entree, they ARE festive and they DON’T involve chocolate, which on October 31st pretty much qualifies them as dinner. So move over Three Musketeers bars…the hot dog mummies are in town!
I am irresponsible enough when it comes to ordinary fudge, and by irresponsible I mean that whenever it is in the house, I sidle on by and shave off slivers of it (it’s just a sliver! how bad could that be?!) until there is no fudge left. I take pretty much the same general approachRead More & Get the Recipe
Mwwwhahahahahaha! (Scary Halloween noise.) However, there is nothing scary about these babies, unless you count the part where you make them with crushed Nutterbutter cookies. And crushed Butterfinger bars. And chopped Reese peanut butter cups. And chocolate chips. Okay, maybe that is a little terrifying. But I am a brave girl, and all I canRead More & Get the Recipe