The Original Cannoli Chips Review + Giveaway
It has been mentioned before that we love sweet things in our house, from our pets to the food we eat. Depsite having an affinity towards sweets, when we get cannolis, I would rather eat the crispy shell than the treasures inside, so when I saw that there was a cannoli chip available called The Original Cannoli Chips, my excitement level towards cannoli’s increased. Continue reading
Mrs. Thinster’s: Spring for Cookie’s Giveaway
When I think of Spring one of the first flavors that come to mind is a simple cake batter flavor. The simple flavor gives a great base for a simple bunny cake. During these Spring days, it can be hard to be in the kitchen cooking, so having a cake batter cookie at arms length is a positive addition to the season.
Since we are such cookie fans of all cookies, I am thrilled to give you the opportunity to win a 4 pack of Mrs. Thinster’s cookies to add to your baskets this Spring season.
Mrs. Thinster’s: Love the Sweets Cookie Giveaway
We are a sweet house, and a fan of all things sweet and there is nothing sweeter than Valentine’s Day!
Since we are such cookie fans, I am thrilled to give you the opportunity to win a 4 pack of Mrs. Thinster’s cookies in anticipation of the sweetest day – Valentine’s Day.
Mrs. Thinster’s: Limited Edition Seasonal Selections Review + Giveaway
As regular readers will know, we are a cookie house, and a fan of all things sweet!
Up until a couple of years ago I was not the biggest fan of caramel flavored cookies or cakes, then I met my husband, and after always sampling his desserts, I have a new appreciation for this flavorful treat.
Since I am always on the lookout for different cookies, when I saw that Mrs. Thinster’s has two Limited Edition flavor’s for the holidays it was as though they knew the flavors for our house.
Mrs. Thinster’s: Pumpkin Spice Cookie Thins Review and Giveaway
There is no denying it, we are entering the fall season. With the fall season comes the arrival of pumpkin season.
One of my favorite things is pumpkin pie – from the crunchy crust, smooth center and whipped topping. There is nothing better and nothing rings in the holiday season quite like pumpkin does.
When I saw the Mrs. Thinster’s had released a Limited Edition flavor I knew that I had to try them.
Mrs. Thinster’s: Toasted Coconut Cookie Thins Review and Giveaway
It has been mentioned in the past that we are dessert people in my house. Up until recently each night Jason and I would make a macerated fruit mixture, atop a crunchy bottom, homemade whipped cream and crunchy topping.
Typically when we have these the “go-to” crunchy bottom is a selection of Mrs. Thinsters Cookie or Waffle Cookies. We have made this dessert many times, and for our friends and loved ones. One night while we were sitting enjoying an evening and dessert with friends, it was suggested that we added a toasted coconut to the top.
The topic of luck and fate is spoken of often on this blog, and this is no exception. As I was preparing to toast up some coconuts, I heard that my “go-to” crunchy element was now available in toasted coconut in the form of Mrs. Thinsters Cookie Thins in Toasted Coconut.
Mrs. Thinster’s: Cookie and Waffle Crisps Giveaway
As winter progresses, the nightly dessert treats that we have lean more towards the homemade. One of this houses favorite desserts are macerated fruit, with a cookie layer on the bottom, homemade whipped cream and cookie crumble topping.
Mrs. Thinster’s: Waffle Crisps Review and Giveaway
Learning to cook is much more than just main dish, and to be a well-rounded home cook many items need to be learned including appetizers and desserts. I have always been a baker but I wanted to get into a fresher more seasonal type dessert. Jason and I have begun making “fruit yummies” for desserts lately. Basically “fruit yummies” are fruits that are macerated and drained, then put in a bowl with homemade whipped cream and topped with vanilla sugar and usually a crispy element.
One day while we were walking through the local store looking for different elements for our newest dessert craze we were sadly, coming up empty. We debated chocolate cookies but we did not want a chocolate element involved. Jason suggested that we use our waffle maker to make our own version of the waffle cookies we saw in the store. Unfortunately this ended up being much more work than anticipated – then a solution arrived – Mrs. Thinster’s Waffle Crisps.