Tag: pecan

Salted Chocolate-Caramel Bars: Bake A Difference

Salted Chocolate-Caramel Bars: Bake A Difference {sponsored post}

Disclosure: OXO provided me with a baking set in order to prepare Dorie Greenspan’s recipe for Salted Chocolate-Caramel Bars for this post, which is reprinted with her permission. OXO will donate $100 to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer for each blog post dedicated to this campaign in September, including this one.

For the past few years, …

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Chocolate Pecan Pie Energy Bites

Chocolate Pecan Pie Energy Bites are a wholesome snack that pack a punch!

Disclosure: I received free products from Divine Chocolate, a sponsor of Choctoberfest 2015, to use in developing recipes for this week. All opinions remain my own.

Choctoberfest 2015 with Imperial Sugar continues!

While my site has been mostly silent during Choctoberfest 2015 with Imperial Sugar (and I’m really sad about that, honestly), there have been …

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Broccoli Salad Wrap

Take your broccoli salad on the go with broccoli salad wraps! Bye-bye boring lunches! - Poet in the Pantry

This Broccoli Salad Wrap brings your favorite salad on the run, making it easier for you to keep up with the fast pace of life. Thanks to my new client, Toufayan Bakeries, for sponsoring this post! As always, all opinions remain my own.

I have been in a lunchtime rut lately. Leftover mashed potatoes. …

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Pecan Shortbread Bites

Pecan Shortbread Bites are the perfect little morsel for any time of day - Poet in the Pantry

These delightful pecan shortbread bites are just the right size for a little bit of indulgence any time of day.

The world blurs, spinning out of control, and she grasps for the solid wood of the railing to keep from reeling down the stairs. Instead, her hands bounce off the cool plaster and she …

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Hummingbird Cake Fruit Salad

Hummingbird Cake Fruit Salad - poet in the pantry #stonyfieldblogger

Disclosure: I am honored to be a member of the Stonyfield Clean Plate Club. I received product or coupons for writing this post, but all opinions are my own.

California Dreamin’

I thought the weather finally turned a corner last week when the mercury rose to 87 degrees Fahrenheit. We shut down the furnace …

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Salted Whiskey Caramel Corn

salted whiskey caramel corn

We’re down to the wire here. Christmas is hours away now and the stores are mobbed with last-minute shoppers. And there’s nothing I dislike more than crowds. I have a strong fear of being buried alive–and shopping on the day or two before Christmas feels a little too much like being buried alive.

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Coconut Pecan Overnight Oats

Coconut Pecan Overnight Oats

Not being a morning person, breakfast can be a whirlwind in our home. Luckily, my kids have been making their own breakfasts for ages. Unluckily, it often consisted of boxed cereal, which is a compromise I make in that I buy organic or non-GMO boxed cereals for them, but I still am not entirely thrilled …

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Broccoli Salad with Bacon

Broccoli Salad with Bacon

Woman cannot live on cake alone. Every once in a while, some veggies must pass our lips, too. At least bacon makes it better.

The first time I saw Broccoli Salad, I wasn’t touching it. Who the heck puts dried fruit in with broccoli? And why would they ruin perfectly good bacon with a …

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Oatmeal Cranberry White Chocolate Cookies – Or, Make Your Dessert AND Eat It, Too!

Oatmeal Cranberry White Chocolate Cookies

To some, January is a month of making resolutions. Seeking a renewal in spirit in the pursuit of denial, they deprive, deprive, deprive for the “greater good.” That’s fine and well if you are a sadist, but I’m getting too old for that sort of thing.

I’d rather take a page out of Julia …

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Chocolate Chip Toffee Macaroon Cookies for The Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap

Chocolate Chip Toffee Macaroon Cookies

With Christmas only 1.5 weeks away, cookies are coming out of more and more ovens in preparation for the festivities that await us. It’s an impulse, an undeniable need to bake and bake and bake at this time of year, but not as a slave to the ancestral urge to fatten ourselves up for the …

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