{Guest Post} Creme Wafer Cookies by Blythe of Desperate Craftwives

I’m so happy to welcome Blythe from Desperate Craftwives today. I know you will love the  deliciously pretty cookies she is sharing today!

I am so happy to be here guest posting at DJs Sugar Shack! I started my Desperate Craftwives blog a little less that a year ago and have really enjoyed becoming part of this community. I mainly post crafting tutorials, but occasionally will post a recipe that is just too good not to share!

{Guest Post} Cheesy Jalapeno Bread by Michelle of Michelle’s Tasty Creations

Hi Everyone!  This is my very first guest post on another blog and Dawn is such a sweetie to invite me over here to visit with you today.  I blog over at Michelle’s Tasty Creations and I’d love for you to stop by for a visit.  I am inspired every time I’m here at DJ’s Sugar Shack and I’m sure you are too.  I hope to inspire you today with the recipe I brought with me.  Have a wonderful week :)

Black & White Mini Coffee Cake by Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks

Today Hezzi-D from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks brought so fabulous Black and White Mini Coffee Cakes to share with us. They look so good & we all know how much I love “mini” treats.  Welcome Hezzi-D!

 

Hi!  I’m Hezzi-D from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks.  My blog is all about my adventures in cooking and reading I love to cook and bake and enjoy turning full fat recipes into healthier but delicious meals.  My love of reading has been with me my entire life and my favorite books to enjoy are mysteries, paranormal, dystopian, and humorous.  I’m excited to be able to share this delicious coffee cake recipe with DJ’s Sugar Shack readers.

Peanut Butter Mousse with Nectreese Sweetner

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Peanut Butter Mousse with Nectreese Sweetner

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of  NECTRESSE™Sweetener for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Are you looking for a way to satisfy your sweet tooth with out all the extra calories? Do you not like the taste of most artificial sweeteners? I may have found just the product for you to try. NECTRESSE™Sweetener is a new product. It is 100% natural & derives its sweetness from the monk fruit, a small green melon that  grows in the mountainous regions of Asia.

NECTRESSE™Sweetener contains zero calories has 150 times the sweetness as sugar!!

Cake Carving Tutorial by Meghan from Domestic Sugar Bake Shop

Today I’d like to introduce Meghan of Domestic Sugar Bake Shop.  She makes awesome cakes and today she is going to share some of her expertise with us!!!

Hello Everyone!

My name is Meghan, and I own the Domestic Sugar Bake Shop in a small NorthWestern Ontario town.  The town in only 8,500 people, but the cakes are large! We dream big here!

Today I’m going to give you a run down on Carved Cakes!

Carving cake is an easy way to substitute pans an designs, and to make 3D cakes. You don’t need any special tools, only a good sharp knife and a round or square pan. Here are some fun examples:

{Guest Post} Heather from French Press

I’m so excited to have Heather from French Press here today! You are going to love the baked apples she whipped up for us today. Welcome Heather!

Hi, I’m Heather from French Press, and I’m so excited to be posting here today.

While I have always LOVED being in the kitchen, I’m pretty new to the world of blogging.

~but it’s been SO much fun!

 

September is here at last, and that means fall weather is just around the corner.

Petite Amuse

Are you familiar with Petite Amuse?

They are a relatively new company out of San Fransisco. Their goal is to seek out and introduce you to small artisan food companies.

For $10 a month Petite Amuse will send you  a small box of 3-4 samples of artisan treats can’t be found in large grocery stores. I love this idea!

They do not profit from the sample boxes; their goal is simply to introduce their subscribers to new & unique artisan products.

If you really enjoy a product in your box,  you can place an order though their market place.