Drunk in the Kitchen Brownies: fudgy brownies with peanut butter bourbon frosting, chocolate covered pretzels, and salted caramel sauce. In other words, the life of the party!
Oh hey! Yes, I know, this is our second post in two weeks with “bourbon” in the title, following our Apple Cider Sangria with Cinnamon Bourbon. Yes I realize that may be a bit much, even for us. And yes, I realize I may have gone even farther downhill with this one, as it not only has “bourbon” in the title, but, in fact, the title is the rather unsubtle, “Drunk in the Kitchen Brownies.”
But. Come on. I asked Ross what to name them, because I couldn’t call them peanut-butter-bourbon-chocolate-covered-pretzel-brownies-with-salted-caramel-sauce.
But Drunk in the Kitchen Brownies? That’s MUCH easier to say! And also fairly accurate, considering the flavor profile. Not just bourbon, but everything you would throw in a brownie if you were drinking said bourbon while baking them.
Pretzels? Yup. Peanut butter? Yup. Salted caramel? Yup yup yup!
At least I restrained myself from adding potato chips?
Another month, and another box of goodies from our friends at Degustabox – plus a discount to get your own!
It really is fun to shuffle to the front door after a long day at work and find a box of food waiting for you. What’s inside this time? Will it be salty or sweet? Actually, based on our experience so far, there will be enough variety that you’ll get both. Now, on to the highlights!
Apple Cider Sangria with Cinnamon Bourbon is the ultimate fall cocktail – easy to make and easy to sip during your favorite fall activities!
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Ahhhh, football season! You have returned once more to fill my Sundays with endless entertainment, my phone with fantasy updates, and my belly with delicious snacks and beverages. And what better beverage to enjoy on a sunny weekend afternoon than Apple Cider Sangria?
Sure, beer has its place. But football and September and the scent of fresh apples just go together whoah. Add a splash of cinnamon bourbon, a few herbs and spices, and you’ll hardly care if your team scores or not. (Or at least the Apple Cider Sangria will take the sting out of losing.)
Cold Noodle Salad with Spicy Peanut Sauce is fresh and tasty for late summer and early fall…cool enough to beat the heat, with a zesty kick to get your blood moving!
You know those summer days that start blurring into fall? Still warm, but with a hint of crispness?
Well, here in Houston, we don’t have those, BUT somewhere else in the country you do! And this cold noodle salad with spicy peanut sauce is perfect for those days.
The cold noodles are refreshing while sitting in the warm sunlight. And then when you get just a touch of cool breeze, the zesty sauce will get your blood flowing. Not to mention, this is a quick and easy meal for school nights and weekends packed with activities. Savory and fresh, it’s delicious eaten immediately and just as good as leftovers.
Labor Day is almost here, but we don’t want to let go of those summer recipes yet! We help you decide what to eat for mains, sides, snacks, and dessert…oh and what to drink with those meals as well…so you can make the most of the last long weekend of summer!
Everyone knows that Labor Day weekend is the beginning of the end of summer. Even if it’s not officially fall, the days are creeping that direction. Days are getting a little cooler (unless you’re in Houston), a little shorter, and a little more packed with ordinary work or school activities. Don’t get me wrong, I love fall, but I think summer deserves a good send-off. We had a good run!
And to help you celebrate, we put together some summer recipes to help you achieve those last-minute summer food goals. Barbecue, frosty cocktails, and a s’mores-inspired dessert are just the start of your menu!
Here are 18 summer recipes we’re thinking about enjoying this weekend…