Chocolate Coconut Loaf Cake

A rich chocolate loaf cake packed with chewy shreds of coconut and topped with a creamy chocolate frosting. A chocolate lover’s heaven.

The chocolate comes from cocoa powder that gives it plenty of deep chocolate flavor. To bring in some more of the coconut flavor there’s also coconut milk in the batter and in the frosting…. 

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Baked Strawberry Donuts

The most delectable baked donuts with pretty little pieces of strawberries speckled throughout and in the glaze. I didn’t know a baked donut. . . or do you call it a doughnut?. . . could have the same melt-in-your-mouth quality to them as their deep-fried counterparts…. 

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Easy No-Knead Onion Rolls

Soft, sandwich-style rolls speckled with caramelized onions inside and out. The best thing about them? They need no kneading. Just a big bowl to mix them up and then they are left to rise in the very same bowl. It can’t get any easier than that.

These are like the bakery-style onion buns that some chain markets sell. … 

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Oatmeal Kiss Cookie S’mores

Oatmeal cookies slathered with sticky-sweet marshmallow fluff and topped with Hershey’s kisses. An irresistible twist on what seems to be everybody’s favorite these days the campfire s’more. Or is it s’mores?… 

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Copycat Shamrock Shakes

Homemade Shamrock Shakes

 

Homemade Shamrock Shakes are a cinch to make with vanilla ice cream, milk and peppermint extract. I made them because I thought I was missing something. . .there’s such hype over the McDonald’s shakes by the same name. . . I know people who go totally crazy for them…. 

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Guest Post: Zerrin of Give Recipe

I’m excited to have Zerrin from the Turkish blog Give Recipe guest posting today! Please give her a warm welcome.

Hi! I’m Zerrin of Give Recipe and I’m so excited about writing a post for the readers of Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice! I love Reeni’s fantastic recipes and I’m so pleased that she’s given a place on her blog for a recipe from Turkish cuisine.

I thought it would be a good idea to share something very common in Turkey, so I decided to write about gozleme, which is a flat bread stuffed with various fillings depending on your choice. The most common filling is white cheese, very similar to feta, but there are also fillings with ground beef, spinach, potatoes, herbs and finally leeks. … 

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