I, like our own Megan, don't have mad cooking skills. Plus, I have a bunch of annoying dietary restrictions, making it even more challenging when I want to whip up something non-frozen. So this no-bake, low-sugar anytime treat is actually a pretty bad-ass solution for those two problems: easy, super nom-worthy, and fits my needs. Maybe it fits yours, too?
This is Offbeat Home's archive of dessert posts.
If you're like me and have a little bit of a sweet tooth, but like to watch what you put into your body. These easy almond meal chocolate chip cookies are delicious, and made with good quality ingredients. They're a great indulgence without the guilt.
Small-town Chinese food outings were part of the fabric of my college days. The food was always delicious, regardless of the spelling, especially when flavored by good conversation and laughter. Fortune cookies offered a final opportunity for a smile — especially when followed with "in bed." Once a friend got "Everyone knows you are the best." While that still may be the best fortune, I've come across a contender…
This is definitely one of my favourite vegan desserts because it's made with stuff from the cupboard, it's quick to put together, and you can easily change it up with different mix-ins. The best part is you don't even need an ice cream machine to make it.
What's better than bringing Jello shots to a party? Bringing and entire Jello shot cake, of course! I got the recipe online, but there are definitely some tips to make this whole ordeal a lot easier. Here's how I made it…
I used a box mix for the waffles, but jazzed them up with my homemade candied hazelnuts and Nutella sauce. It's heaven. Fucking waffle heaven. OMFG.
This basic cookie recipe can be adapted to create your mega dream cookie. If you want to try out a few new ideas, make the basic recipe and split it into four to make a few cookies in each flavour. Get creative and share the love — make a batch for your friends or workmates today!