Thursday, October 3, 2013

Round up for Childhood Treats with a Modren Twist

Guess what time it is...

It's my turn to host the What's Baking Project! I was super excited to have the opportunity to host once more. I put a lot of thought into what I wanted to do, and decided that since it's September and it's back to school, it would be neat if we baked a childhood treat with a modern twist. I had a few ideas that I wanted to do, but  to be honest this month has been very stressful and busy that I didn't get around to making what I was really planning on making.  I'll just have to save that one for another time.  

So the next best thing was going with Twix bars.  I remember as a kid getting a Twix bar every Sunday after church. It's just one of those childhood memories that I'll never forget.

Kate from Kate recipe box mixed up a batch of Pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, which reminds her of the cookies that her mother would bake for her as a child. 

Heather from hezzi-ds books and cooks Zumbaed her way into creating Caramel filled Chocolate chip cookies.  So easy I can't wait to try this. 


Eva from Eva bakes was able to relive a moment of her childhood when she baked up a batch of oatmeal cream pie cupcakes.  Which look amazing!

Angela from The Tiny Tyrant's Kitchen recalls her favorite childhood treat as being chocolate cupcakes.  Angela was able to Jazz them up by making them into salted Carmel cupcakes. 

Nicole from Seven ate nine Tried to save everyone’s waist line by baking up a batch of healthy leman squares.

Ok everyone now last but not least we have Jaida from Sweet Beginnings who transformed her childhood treat of chocolate chip ice cream,  into a Mint Chocolate Cheesecake Brownies.  OMG!  This is going on my baking bucket list. 


Thank you to all the took part in this month's What's baking.  Next month our host will be Jaida from Sweet Begginings and we'll be baking up batches for scones sweet or savory.  Time to start thinking on which direction I want to go with that one. 
Like always happy baking!





1 comment:

  1. Great job ladies - everything looks delicious!! Thanks so much for hosting this month Sandra!