The Weekend Dish: 5/22/2021
Hello friends and happy Saturday to you!
Is it insanely hot in your neck of the woods? We’ve gone from 0 to 60 in the heat department this week and, ugh, mid to upper 80’s is NOT my jam. Give me 70ish weather all the livelong day.
But, it’s great to be outside with the kids on a daily basis, taking walks, playing outside, blowing bubbles, etc. I hope you get to do something you enjoy this weekend!
On Brown Eyed Baker This Week
Blueberry Cobbler Recipe – Thick, juicy blueberries bake up under a sweet biscuit topping in this blueberry cobbler recipe. This easy-to-make cobbler comes together quickly with pantry-staple ingredients for the perfect summer dessert.
Philly Cheesesteaks – These Philly cheese steak sandwiches are THE BEST! So easy to make at home with meat that is super tender and, most importantly, they’re ultra cheesy!
Homemade Baklava – A classic recipe for Baklava, the traditional Greek pastry made with ground nuts and layers of phyllo dough, drizzled with a spiced honey syrup.
Friday Things #421 – Allergy milestone, bubbles, crazy hair, fridge/freezer organization, old songs, and more…
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19 Easy & Absolutely Delicious Desserts for Memorial Day
What I Bookmarked This Week
Pecan pie CAKE is absolutely genius!
I’ve never had DoubleTree chocolate chip cookies, but I think I need to try this copycat recipe. Have you had them??
These crazy easy butterscotch blondies are totally making an appearance in my kitchen as soon as I grab some butterscotch chips!
My mind is blown >> Sheet Pan Quesadillas
Blackberry cream cheese crumb cake is the perfect summer dessert.
Have a delicious weekend!
I love the Doubletree Copycat cookies. I’ve been making the version from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe. So good!
I must say that the Doubletree cookie has stayed in my memory for many, many years now. What a wonderful surprise to be greeted with a fresh baked cookie after a long day of travels. And it was a very good cookie🙂
Hi Michelle! The DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie recipe has been my favorite for some time now. They are the best! The only thing I do different is that I make them smaller and bake them at the traditional 350-375 degree temperature range. I did not have great success baking them at 300 degrees (nor did I have the patience!). Other than that, the thing that I like about these cookies is that they stay fresh longer than other chocolate chip cookies that contain oatmeal. You should try them! Have a great weekend!
Hi Louise, Thank you for your feedback on the cookies, I’m going to plan to try a batch with the kids soon :)