Welcome back to my Saturday Seven series. A little sweet-tooth weekend tribute to a few favorite recipes.
I’ve been baking up a storm in my kitchen the past two weeks, making sure I have enough recipes and material for you during the few weeks before the wedding and when I’ll be on my honeymoon (Hawaii!). Let’s just say I’ve gone through about 10 cans of pumpkin, a dozen apples, 5 bags of chocolate chips, and more pounds of butter than I can count. Grocery store workers must think I’m a loony when I check out with 12 lbs of butter.
But before I get to all of those new recipes, let’s take a walk down memory lane. Some of the following recipes are ones I make on the regular, others are recipes I’m demanded to make on the regular, and the last recipe today comes with the label “if you haven’t made it yet, you haven’t lived.”
By the way, I just had these made for our wedding day. Ha! I’m obsessed. You can custom design them, add clipart, different font, different colors, etc. The world is your… koozie.
Alright, here are 7 oldie but goodie recipes you’ve gotta try soon:
Mom’s Seasoned Pretzels – one of my most requested recipes. If I’m going to a party, these have to come along. In fact, I think my friends are more excited to see these seasoned pretzels than me.
Lemon Sweet Rolls are all kinds of amazing on Saturday mornings. In the summer. Preferably at the beach with coffee in hand. But standing at the counter eating straight from the pan works too. We don’t pass judgement here at SBA.
Chocolate Covered Pretzels – in all shapes and sizes. There is never a wrong time for these salty/sweet treats. My bridesmaids know how much I love them too – they were a dessert at my bridal shower.
Detox Smoothie. You might want it after all the chocolate covered pretzels you’re going to eat. Bonus: it doesn’t taste like vegetables.
Reese’s Peanut Butter White Chocolate Bark. It has been WAY to long since I’ve made this and I’m changing that this weekend. It takes zero/zip/zilch effort to make, too.
Glazed Chocolate Donut Holes. Stop reading. Start baking these.
Q: Have you tried any of these recipes? Thoughts?
Q: Any fun plans this weekend?