Recipe for Easy Chocolate Covered Cherry Dream Pie

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Here’s an easy idea for a delicious dessert perfect for Valentine’s Day. Even better, it requires NO baking! Chocolate covered cherry dream pie starts with a crust made of crushed oreos. Top with a luscious cream cheese & cherry filling and let it chill for a few minutes.

Add a rich chocolate layer of ganache on top, and then just let it sit in the fridge until it gets nice & chilled! You can check out this recipe along with step-by-step instructions on her post HERE.

– Thank Michelle at iheartkitchen!

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Recipe: Super Cute Meringue Reindeer Cookies

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Here’s a Super Cute and festive recipe for the holidays- meringue reindeer cookies! They are easy to make and your family is sure to love this adorable dessert – which would also make a great gift or a fun idea for a cookie swap.

Keep in mind they have a long baking time and a very long cooling time, so you will want to plan ahead. But these adorable cookies look like they are definitely worth the wait. 🙂

Michelle has all the step-by-step instructions with more super cute photos on her post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at IHeartKitchen!

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Wednesday Recipe: Maple Buttercream Frosting

maple buttercream frostingIf you are looking for a flavorful frosting recipe that is easy to make and perfect for fall, you might want to check out Michelle’s recipe for maple buttercream frosting. It only requires 3 ingredients and about 10 minutes of your time.

After frosting your cake, you can decorate the sides with nuts, chocolate chips, coconut or even candies to make an impressive looking dessert sure to satisfy any sweet tooth! Serve up with ice cold milk or any hot beverage for a delicious ending to any meal.

This cake is also great to have for any non-pie fans at Thanksgiving, and you can check out the recipe with instructions on her post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at iheartkitchen!

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Saturday Recipe: Maple Oat Pecan Scones

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Looking for an extra special sweet to go with your morning cup of coffee? Maple oat pecan scones are moist and full of buttery maple flavor. They do take about 15 min of prep time and 18 minutes of cook time, but they are easy to make and well worth a total time of just over 30 minutes start to finish! Once baked, the scones get a decadent maple glaze and chopped pecans for garnish.

These scones are also perfect as an afternoon treat, and even better they can and should be frozen if not eaten right away. Once frozen you can just thaw for about an hour or pop in a microwave for a few seconds and they are ready to eat. You can check out the complete recipe with instructions on the post HERE.

-Thanks CenterCutCook!

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Wednesday Recipe: Chocolate Cranberry Bars

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Looking for a last minute dessert idea for Thanksgiving? Michelle has a quick and easy recipe for Chocolate Cranberry bars that packs tons of flavor. There are just a few ingredients and it all starts with a Duncan Hines Mix.

There is also a printable $1.00 on any THREE (3) Duncan Hines products to make this recipe budget friendly. You can check out the recipe along with instructions on her post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at iheartpublix!

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