There's nothing about these that's particularly Christmassy, but they're Christmas cookies. Don't ask why.
I wanted a chewy granola bar to take on bike rides that wasn't based on peanuts, marshmallows, or fruit. Luckily, every single mommy blog has a granola bar recipe.
I have no idea where this recipe came from originally, but it's become a family staple for Christmas (which is the only time you can actually find the mint M&Ms for this).
It won't be long before you figure out that almost all of these desserts have chocolate in them.
As usual, the secret ingredient is butter. These are always popular when I force them on my friends and family.
I hated being forced to eat this as a kid.
I know it's not healthy. But it tastes so good.
If there's a potluck, it's a pretty good guess that Katherine will bring this cake.
You might as well die happy, full of a pound of chocolate
It has hipster grains in it so it must be healthy.
Need a dessert for a Passover Seder? Or a gluten free dessert? This cake is really moist and rises quite a bit, despite its lack of flour.
Brownie option 1: fudgy and made with significant quantities of butter. I'm more likely to have the ingredients on hand for this recipe.