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dark chocolate fruit and nut power pops

  Admittedly, this is a dessert blog. I can’t hide that fact behind my name. But contrary to popular belief (and by “popular,” I mean all my kid’s friends who think I just throw cookies at anyone that enters our house), it’s not all sugar all the time for me. I eat lots of green […]



peanut butter stuffed marshmallows for Tablespoon

Just when I thought I’ve exhausted the marshmallow’s usefulness, I stuffed some with peanut butter. And dipped in chocolate. And rolled around in more stuff. And added a stick.  Seriously delicious folks. Find this no-bake dessert HERE at Tablespoon.  Feel free to share (nicely)! While my blog’s photographs and text are protected by copyright, I do […]



bunny and carrot candy marshmallow pops for Easter

Lately I’m all about the candy melts on marshmallows thing. I haven’t given up my edible writers, but creating the art with candy melts is almost as easy and tastes even better. These cute bunnies and carrots are a great last-minute treat to give or serve for Easter. Wrap them in little cello bags with […]



simple cherry blossom marshmallow pops and candy

  Here in DC we take our cherry blossoms seriously. We have only a short window to jam ourselves into the crowds around the Tidal Basin to see the pink gorgeousness. Sadly, I miss them some years what with being busy and all. These photos are from a couple years ago when I took Maeve […]



rainbow candy pops

You know how much I love the candy melt pop thing. And of course I love rainbows (inspired particularly by my unicorn-rainbow-loving 7 year old and by the fact I’m an ’80s kid). So candy melt pops + rainbows = awesome, in my view. And my daughter’s. And anyone with a heart. So you can make […]