My co-worker Paul mentioned to me that his two favorite ingredients for desserts are lemon and coconut. So I started searching for lemon bars with coconut and found this recipe. They looked delicious and I still had some left over homemade bisquick mix from my cinnamon bun recipe. I followed the recipe exactly except that I used 2 whole egg rather than 1/2 fat free egg product.
It's girls night tonight and I wanted to make something sweet and fun for the girls. Were going to my girlfriend Lindsay's house tonight and I know how much she loves chocolate and Dairy Queen. So, inspired by Dairy Queen, I made a cookie/bar version of a Treatzza Pizza with a brownie bottom, a rice krispie middle, and a chocolate smartie topping. The rice krispie chocolate pie worked out well, although a little on the sticky side, it still tasted super yummy and sweet, perfect for a girls night to pig out. I used a store bought brownie mix for the crust because I was lazy
I was in the mood for cinnamon buns this morning for breakfast but was too impaitent to make the old fashioned kind with yeast. Luckily I found this recipe that looked great, was fast and easy, and had great reviews. Because of some of the reviews stating that it tasted too much like bisquick, I decided to make bisquick from scratch instead and found this recipe. Although the buns had more of a sweet biscuit texture rathar than a soft cinnamon bun texture, they still worked out well and it was hard not to eat just one.
I adapted this recipe based on this recipe, this recipe, and this recipe because I couldn't decide which one I liked better. The bars worked out well, they tasted like pumpkin pie and had the texture like a lemon bar. They were soft and spicy with just enough sweetness from the butterscotch chips on top. Everyone at worked seemed to like them even some people who didn't like pumpkin gave them a try and enjoyed them. I think next time I make these I will use all of