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Greek Yogurt Souffles with Berry Sauce: Canela Kitchen

Greek Yogurt Souffles with Berry Sauce | Canela Kitchen

Gloria, who blogs over at Canela Kitchen, received Stephy’s blog, Dessert Before Dinner, for her SRC assignment this month. The recipe she chose was Greek Yogurt Souffles. Gloria had this to say about her recipe… “Finally I made this Greek yogurt souffle and [it] was amazing.” Check out the recipe   Read More »

Chocolate Dulce de Leche Cake: The Heritage Cook

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We have a five Monday month which means there is no reveal day this week and there is an extra week to share more of June’s fabulous recipes. This one comes from Group A! Jane, who blogs over at The Heritage Cook, received Ilona’s blog, Ilona’s Kitchen, for her SRC   Read More »

Most Popular: Meyer Lemon Iced Raspberry Yogurt Cake – Kitchen Trial and Error

Meyer Lemon Iced Raspberry Yogurt Cake: Kitchen Trial and Error

Our most popular recipe this week from Group A’s reveal, chosen by YOU the readers was Meyer Lemon Iced Raspberry Yogurt Cake from Kitchen Trial and Error. Kate’s assignment that she chose her recipe from was Claire K Creations. Kate had this to say about her recipe… “A couple weeks   Read More »

Cranberry Breakfast Cake: Jenny’s Cookbook

Cranberry Breakfast Cake

Jennifer who blogs over at Jenny’s Cookbook, received Kate’s blog A Spoonful of Thyme for her SRC assignment this month. The recipe she chose was Cranberry Breakfast Cake. Jennifer had this to say about her recipe… “This recipe was super easy, and I made it 3 times in one week.   Read More »

Best Chocolate Fudge Cupcakes with Chocolate Fudge Frosting: Baking and Boys

Best Chocolate Fudge Cupcakes

Katrina who blogs over at Baking and Boys, received Angela’s blog Spinach Tiger for her SRC assignment this month. The recipe she chose was Best Chocolate Fudge Cupcakes with Chocolate Fudge Frosting. Katrina had this to say about her recipe… “The cupcakes and frosting were a big hit with the   Read More »

Most Popular: Maple-Tangerine Sour Cream Pound Cake – The Wimpy Vegetarian

Maple-Tangerine Sour Cream Pound Cake

Our most popular recipe from this week’s Group D reveal, chosen by YOU the readers was a tie! This is the first time in SRC history that this has ever happened. I’m pretty excited about it too, because my recipe for Caramel Swirl Cheesecake was part of that tie. BUT,   Read More »

Homemade “Little Debbie” Chocolate Layer Cake: The Heritage Cook

Homemade “Little Debbie” Chocolate Layer Cake: The Heritage Cook

“Little Debbie”, chocolate, cream filling, and a cold glass of milk.  What more is there to say?  I just need to shut up and let this picture do most all of the talking.  Jane, our Group A Hostess who blogs over at The Heritage Cook received the blog Cookin’ Mimi written by   Read More »

Gooey Chocolate Hazelnut Cakes with Fresh Raspberry Coulis: Natural Noshings

Gooey Chocolate Hazelnut Cakes with Fresh Raspberry Coulis: Natural Noshings

I can look at this picture and my mouth starts to pucker just a little from the raspberries and then the gooey chocolate kicks in and the chocolate goodness just melts over me like a great night’s sleep in a fabulous bed with a cool mountain breeze gently blowing the   Read More »

Editor’s Choice: White and Dark Chocolate Marbled Loaf Cake

Marble Loaf Cake: The Heritage Cook

This week our Editor’s Choice comes to us from Jane, our talented group A hostess who blogs over at The Heritage Cook. Her May Group A assignment was Phemomenon and the recipe she chose was White Chocolate and Dark Chocolate Marbled Loaf Cake. Doesn’t this cake look delicious? You’d never know by looking at it   Read More »

Chocolate Malt Tres Leches Cake: Growing Up Gabel

Chocolate Malt Tres Leches Cake: Growing Up Gabel

I am so in love with this recipe!  Very unique, at least from my limited desert making experience.  Malted milk balls were always some of my favorite candies growing up.  Mom never cared for them much, but Daddy and I could make our way through those little milk carton containers   Read More »