Batter & Cream

Need a gift for someone with a sweet tooth? Check out New York’s own Batter & Cream!

Handmade whoopie pies that use only natural ingredients and come in INSANE flavors, like S’mores, Carrot Cake, Lemon Sage, and Fruit Loops!

A 10-pack is $15.50, they ship nationwide, and you can check out all of the yuminess here: Batter & Cream Whoopie Pies


Homemade PB

Peanut butter lover?  Then, you must check out Reginald’s Homemade!

With flavors like: Agave Habanero, Bourbon Pecan, and Double Chocolate Chunk…this is NOT your average PB!  Reginald’s uses all natural ingredients with no salt and no preservatives.

They start around $5, and have some awesome sample packs that start at $15.

Check out all of the yummy flavors here: Reginald’s Homemade

Hot Cakes

What could be better then an ooy-gooey molten chocolate cake fresh from the oven? In my opinion, not much!

The deliciously decedent treat (pictured above) is an organic molten chocolate cake that comes in a mason jar.  Simply unscrew the lid, pop in the oven and voila! Rich, delicious chocolate cake – I couldn’t think of a better gift!

The set of 4 cakes is $36, and you can check it out here:  Hot Cakes 4 Pack


Finally, a tea company that offers more then Earl Grey!  Meet TeaPigs, a high-quality  tea company based in the US.

These are not your Grandma’s tea flavors – the bundle (above) is the Adventurous Cheeky, which features flavors like: Chilli Chai and Popcorn Tea!

The Adventurous Cheeky is $54.99, and you can check it out here: TeaPigs Adventurous Cheeky


NOW, we can have our cookie dough and EAT IT too!

No more raw egg concerns with Edoughble: eggless cookie dough – meant to be eaten raw!

Edoughble comes in classic flavors like chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin, as well as novelty flavors like birthday bash, and S’mores.

Each 8oz container contains all natural ingredients, and is $8.  There is also a cookie dough of the month club!

Check it out here: Edoughble – ready to eat cookie dough

Photo Credit: ViralNova

Mickey Pops

I made these adorable Mickey Oreo Pops for my daughter’s birthday a few weeks ago.  They require very few ingredients, were super simple to make, and went perfectly with the Mickey Mouse Theme!

Here is what you will need:

1.  Double Stuffed Oreos

2.  Mini Oreos

3.  Lollipop Sticks (I used paper straws)

4.  Frosting

5.  Chocolate (for melting) and Sprinkles (for decorating) – optional

6.  Cake Pop Stand (optional)

– Open Oreo and place lollipop stick in the center

– Open mini Oreos and scrape off two mini Oreos on the large Oreo (push into the cream)

– Cover the bottom of the “ears” and middle with frosting

– Place the other half of the large Oreo on top (press down – but not too hard).

– Place in the fridge to set (for about one hour)

– Melt chocolate

– Dip Mickey pops into chocolate and coat with sprinkles

– Place in the fridge to set (for at least an hour) – ENJOY!

TIP:  I used a disposable cake pop stand to keep the pops separate and upright while they were setting.

Mickey Monthly

You know I’m ALL over any new Disney gift ideas, and this one does not disappoint!  If you have ever been to the Magic Kingdom, then you know that there are goodies scattered throughout the park (and just how delicious they are)…

Now, you can bring those goodies to your doorstep with Mickey Monthly, a subscription service that delivers an array of snacks and souvenirs to your door on a monthly basis.

The subscription starts at $39.99 / month, which provides two surprise snacks and two surprise souvenirs (you can designate boy or girl) – check it out here: Mickey Monthly: Keep the Magic Alive

Vegan Peanut Butter Cookies

Let’s be honest, typically when something is labeled “Vegan,” most people are turned off. These cookies, however, are the exception!

I am not Vegan, but I am a cookie fan – especially when there is chocolate and peanut butter involved! 🙂 My son asked me to make cookies this weekend, and I remembered I had made these delicious treats a few months ago!  Not only are they yummy, they are super easy to make!

Here is the recipe (originally from Chocolate Covered Kate – an awesome dessert blog with healthy recipes)!


  • 1/2 cup peanut butter, or almond or sunbutter
  • 3/4 tsp baking soda
  • 3 tbsp flour (whole-wheat pastry, all-purpose white, spelt, Bob’s gf mix all work)
  • 1/4 cup sugar or evaporated cane juice
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar or coconut sugar
  • 2 tbsp applesauce
  • 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • optional: tiny pinch salt (around 1/16 tsp) (Taste dough to decide – I like to add it.)
  • optional: chocolate chips


Mix dry ingredients very well. Then add wet and form cookie balls. If you want soft cookies, fridge the dough for at least an hour. Then bake in a preheated oven (350F) for 8 minutes. They’ll look underdone when you take them out, but that’s ok. Let cool for at least 5 minutes before removing from tray.

To keep these cookies soft, store leftover cookies in a plastic container. This recipe will make about 12-16 cookies, depending on how big you roll them. (For 16 cookies, they’ll have 65 calories per cookie.)



Try the World

This is the PERFECT gift for the foodie / travel enthusiast in your life!

Try the World, is a subscription service that brings gourmet food from around the world DIRECTLY to your doorstep!

Every other month, chef’s from around the world curate boxes that feature delicious treats from such places as: Morocco, Japan, France, and more!

Gift subscriptions starts at $50, and you can check it out here: Try the World


Crazy Cookies


Ever wanted to see yourself as a cookie?  Well now you can, thanks to Parker’s Crazy Cookies!

Simply fill out their online order form, send in a picture, and viola! The folks at Parker’s create YOU in the shape of a delicious cookie!

They are perfect for weddings, birthday favors, retirements, and more!

To see all of their designs and pricing, click here: Parker’s Crazy Cookies