Saturday, November 26, 2011

Tasty Treats-Resses Quiches with Kelli & Kristi @ Lolly Jane

Hello there Imprintalish readers!
We are excited to be guesting today to show you how to bake a yummy after-all-pie is eaten Thanksgiving treat or Christmas dessert to pass out to neighbors, our Reeses Quiches:

We are twin sisters Kelli & Kristi of Lolly Jane, a craft blog filled with home decor tutorials, home improvement tips, a recipe here 'n there. We would  for you to pop by our blog, FB or Twitter and say HEY! :)

To make your own quiches, you'll need a mini cupcake pan and these ingredients:
1/2 C. butter .  1 1/4 C. flour  .  1/2 C. peanut butter  .  1/4 Tsp. salt  .  1/2 C. sugar  .  3/4 Tsp. baking soda  .  1/2 C. brown sugar  .  24 Reese's peanut butter cups  .  1 egg  .  1 Tsp. vanilla

Step 1: Making
  • Mix butter&vanilla well.
  • Add dry ingredients- mix well.
  • Roll into small balls and place on greased mini-cupcake pan.
  • Make a small indent with a clean thumb into each cookie.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 7 minutes.
Step 2: Baking
  • Pull out cupcake pan,
  • Push frozen pb cups into each cookie.
  • Bake for 1 more mintue, no longer!
  • Let cool for 1 whole hour {be patient!}
  • Pry out with plastic fork and set on cute plate to show your church pals that you too can bake! ;)
Left: cookie dough before cooking/Right: completed "quiche"
Helpful Tips:
*Freeze Reese's cups beforehand=when you press them into the cookie they are less likely to melt.
*Let cool completely or the finished product WILL fall apart.
*You'll need TWO bags of pb cups if making more than 2 dozen! Yah they're a little pricey...but remember we're thinking win-win! ;)
*Double the recipe... this recipe makes 2 dozen with just enough left over to make a half dozen of plain jane pb cookies.
Super easy and man alive are they yummy!

Thanks for letting us be a part of your kickoff to Christmas , Lish!
Happy holidays everyone!


YA...I'll have some of those!!!! Thank you so much Kelli & Kristi for sharing this fabulous recipe!!!! Mmm...chocolate and peanut butter wrapped in a cookie... I really don't need to say more do I?

Get ready to wrap all those wonderful presents with tutorials and wrapping inspirations tomorrow on our final day of the Kick of to Christmas week, 'Wrap it Up!'

1 comment:

Linda said...

They do look rather yummy!
One of my daughters (also a twin) is really into baking at the moment so I think I may have to pass these on to her.
Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog!