Monday, August 27, 2012

S’mores Parfaits

When I was looking for the brown butter cinnamon spice rice krispy post on Let’s Dish I came across these yummy looking Individual S’mores Trifles.  I’m a sucker for toasted marshmallows so they were a no brainer. Danelle called hers trifles.  I called mine parfaits.  While I’m not sure what the difference is between a trifle and parfait, they both have layers of chocolate pudding, marshmallow fluff, and graham cracker pieces.  Either way call them delicious! My family did!  Oh, and besides being delicious the recipe is ridiculously easy.  You could, of course, complicate things by making all the layers from scratch but essentially all you need is probably sitting in your pantry.

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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Brown Butter Cinnamon Spice Rice Krispy

You know how people say they wish they had scratch and sniff monitors? Well this is one of those treats that makes me wish you did. They don’t look much but they smell and taste JUST.LIKE.FALL.

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I thought Smitten Kitchen’s salted brown butter rice krispy treats were wonderful but the cinnamon spice takes these to a whole other level, a warm slightly spicy Fall level.  I’m not the only one who thought so.  Several of my co-workers said the same.

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Monica  initially enticed me with her post but the recipe comes from another great blog, Let’s Dish.  I followed Monica’s adaption but made one change.  I whisked the spices into the browned butter instead of adding them to the marshmallows.  Having made them once there is one more change I’d make.  I’d add more marshmallows!  Just a handful, tiny bit more.  I LOVE rice krispy treats when they’re sticky and gooey with extra melty marshmallow goodness! 

For those of you that have been long time readers of 3Bs and may have links to the blog or blog posts those are no longer good.  I’m sorry for the inconvenience.  Someone decided that they liked my domain name so much they bought it out from underneath me but I can buy it back for only $8,800!! 


Thursday, August 16, 2012

Keeping my fingers crossed

Several months ago I had the unpleasant surprise of finding that someone had snagged my domain name.  I didn't get a courtesy email reminding me to renew or a "Hey, we've sold your domain for more money so you need to move your posts!"  I've attempted to contact GoDaddy but it appears they now wants $8800!!  What in the world?

I'm hoping that this works (blogspot) which means some of my posts have not been lost.  Keep your fingers crossed!

Oh,and I've got a spicy treat lined up if this does work!