These deviled eggs aren’t for the faint; they have a kick and packed panache with for the most sophisticated of palates.
This is a little twist on cake pops. Except there’s no cake, just a donut hole! These are twice as tasty, and half as hard to make.
With summer winding down, we have found a way to keep the patio parties going – with Erin Nichol’s release of her book, Poptails.
Kürtös Kalács is a traditional Hungarian pastry that is hollow– the pastry is baked on wooden spit, rolled slowly on an open fire until golden brown.
Got any left over red velvet cake? Probably not, but if you do, you can make these adorable Red Velvet Watermelon Cake Pops.