What’s In Your Kitchen Wednesday
Wow, is it time already for another link party? Are the days flying by for you like they are for me?
I’m excited this week because I’m taking Wednesday afternoon off of work to attend Doodle’s kindergarten Valentine’s party. I’m not sure why they’re having it on the 13th and not the 14th, but there you go. We made these super awesome strawberry cookies from Sally’s Baking Addiction, and they turned out sooo pretty!
Also a word to the wise: assisting a five-year old in addressing 20+ Valentine cards may require either 1) chocolate; 2) wine; or 3) both.
It’s no wonder these Chocolate Cream Cheese Nutella Cups from Sweet Twist of Blogging were this week’s top viewed post. There’s pretty much nothing better than Nutella!
And man oh man, I am a die-hard maraschino cherry fan, so these Chocolate Cherry Marshmallow Crunch Bars from Mom on Timeout are totally calling my name. How perfect are these for Valentine’s Day?
Eeek…check out these Salted Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies from A Kitchen Addiction. Droooooool.
And since the Tall Boy’s favorite cookie is the snickerdoodle, I have to say that these Pink Cherry Snickerdoodles from Feeding My Giant really caught my eye. What a neat twist, and oh so pretty, too!
And, since mMy friends/family/coworkers know that it’s impossible for me to get through the morning without my cup(s) of coffee. And paired with these Whole Wheat Double Chocolate Biscotti from Dancing Carrots?? Heaven!
Thank you all so much for coming back each week to make this party a great success! I love seeing all of your great creations, and it’s such an awesome way for me to find new blogs to
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