These rich, buttery, marvelous bars bring the crunch of an oatmeal crumble together with the gooey goodness of dulce de leche (and a whole bunch of other yummy flavors).
Swapping out the standard pecans for hazelnuts and adding some malted milk powder takes this easy blondie recipe from good to great. If you have hazelnuts on hand, then you can make these on a moment’s notice – my favorite kind of recipe!
More like a brownie bite than a cookie, per se, these chewy chocolate brownie crinkle cookies are a nice alternative to a tray of actual brownies since they come in bite-size servings.
This is absolutely my go-to brownie recipe. These are chewy, rich, and most importantly very quick to come together. No melting butter or chocolate.
The “fudge” this recipe produces tastes almost exactly like the break-and-bake cookie dough squares you get in the refrigerated aisle — which means it’s wonderful.
I made these because the whole internet was freaking out about the solar eclipse, and I cheekily called them “Rice Eclipsie Treats” when I posted a picture on Facebook. But that’s not going to me get anywhere with search engine optimization. Plus they wouldn’t be relevant again until 2024, and, frankly, that’s silly ‘cause these are easy and yummy.