Lately I’ve been obsessed with making bakery-style cookies.
You know the kind I’m talking about–soft, chewy, delightfully oversized, and packed to the brim with chips, chunks of candy, and other add-ins. So, after some success with my caramel M&M cookie recipe, and having spotted mint-flavored M&Ms at my local CVS, I decided to give a bakery-style mint chocolate cookie recipe a try.
With a delicious chocolate base, filled with chocolate chips, M&Ms, and Andes Mints, and topped with a healthy dose of green sprinkles, these cookies definitely pack a minty punch!
To celebrate National Hot Dog Day, I decided to try my hand at a batch of corn dog cake pops–a classic summer ballpark treat!
As a longtime vegetarian, it’s been many, many years since I’ve eaten an actual corn dog. But, for some reason, I’ve always found them fun to draw and paint. Oddly, as an illustrator and fabric designer, this corn dog fabric print is one of my top-selling designs.
These would be adorable for a baseball, state fair or carnival-themed birthday party. Like any cake pops, these corn dogs will take a bit of time and elbow grease, but I promise they’ll be well worth the effort!