5 drool worthy sweets that our tribers made last month
Sweet Treats Tribe top 5 for November
Sorry I am running a bit behind, working a lot of hours lately. But better late than never with your Sweet Treats Tribe top 5 for November. I hope you find them as drool worthy as I did.
#5 Kelly Harvel: Chocolate covered peanut butter balls
These are a chocolate covered peanut butter balls with cayenne and a raspberry rum sauce to dip them into. This was Kelly's entry for #rumchallenge and it sounds like a good entry to me.
I had some Rum Chata so I thought I would do a thing... Cayenne chocolate Peanut butter balls with a rum raspberry sauce. Can you say childh
#4 Voodie Vie: Ginger marzipan truffles
These sounds simple to make and very tasty too. Since there is a recipe included why not give these a go for Christmas?
The freshest tasting marzipan you have ever tried!
#3 Zahra Shafiei: Homemade ice cream
Zahra always delights us with her homemade creations and this is no exception. This was made for the #cookjohncoleman challenge and if you know John then you know it needs ice cream with it.
Who knew making ice cream was so fun?!
#2 Chef Simonetta: Salted Caramel slice
Chef Jeff is no stranger to my top 5 list and here he is with a salted caramel slice. Just look at those lovely layers. There is a recipe if you are wanting to give this a go.
This Salted Caramel Slice is a fantastic treat to hit that caramel fix you have been craving.
#1 Darren Parsons: Spiced apple doughnuts with caramel sauce
Sugar and spice makes everything nice including some apple doughnuts. Darren shares his recipe for these with us and even though I don't care for doughnuts I might just have to make these.
Autumnal apples make for a perfect, rustic dessert like these spiced doughnuts with a runny caramel sauce. For some extra warmth and that re