Instant Pot Death by Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe

The instant pot has changed cooking for many of us, and this Instant Pot Death by Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe is proof of that!  The decadent taste of chocolate melting in your mouth is what everyone needs anytime of year. If you are looking for a delicious dessert that is easy to make, you have found it, my friends!
This is an amazingly creamy Instant Pot Chocolate Cheesecake that is so rich and delicious. This pressure cooker Chocolate Cheesecake is chocolatey, creamy and just so YUMMY! Chocolate cheesecake made in your pressure cooker! How cool is that?!These rich Instant Pot Death by Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe is especially great for those times that you just don’t have enough oven space to cook dessert too!  I just love making all recipes in my Instant Pot, but cooking a cheesecake like this takes dessert making it to a whole new level!  Imagine being able to create a cheesecake in a small amount of time while still prepping and cooking the rest of your meal or while you are ou…

Homemade Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches

Why didn't I try this sooner? 
I have been eating a piece of wheat toast with peanut butter for breakfast for as long as I can remember. 
With the weather getting colder, I wanted something warm and hearty for the early morning.  It's dark when I wake up and it's still dark when I leave for work each morning.  There is no possible way I would ever wake up earlier (this girl needs her beauty rest) to actually cook me an egg and put this sandwich together.

That is why this Freezer version is perfect.  I prepared them on Sunday.  Then, each morning throughout the week, I grabbed one out of the freezer, wrapped in a paper towel and microwaved for a few minutes.  It doesn't take any longer than a piece of toast.  They really do taste great.

I don’t think it’s too extreme to say that this whole concept of freezable breakfast sandwiches has changed my world. Or at least my mornings. Definitely my mornings. Suffice it to say, they are amazing.
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Cinnamon and Sugar Muffins are on the menu today. I know I’m really cutting it close lately with my posts. I try to post at least one article a week and preferably on a Friday, but the last few weeks I’ve been so busy that I’ve run out of my prepared batch of recipes and found myself writing and editing in the weekend. I’ll be holding a recipe making and baking session shortly, so hopefully I’ll be back on track with some consistent posts each Friday. Till then, I hope you’ll forgive my irregular postings!

Now, let’s get on to the delicious business. I have to state up front, this is not a recipe that I’ve made up all by myself. I actually first came across this recipe for cinnamon and sugar muffins on the Tasty Kitchen website. It was posted there by lemanda. Later on I found more sites with the same recipe but ever since I found it at Tasty Kitchen I knew I HAD to try it. It sounded delicious, cinnamon and sugar, two of my favourite ingredients! I added…

Homemade Krispy Kremes

Krispy Kreme Glazed Doughnuts are the original glazed yeast raised doughnut that made Krispy Kreme famous. I’ve been known to make the detour when the “HOT” sign is on at Krispy Kreme but since I can make them at home I’ve become immune to the pull of the brightly lit signs.
If you’ve ever looked up doughnuts on Pinterest you’ve likely seen many Krispy Kreme copycat recipes. I tried 4 of them off Pinterest and was less than enthusiastic. The dough wasn’t fluffy enough, the glaze didn’t harden to a point where it was thin and shattered upon being bitten into. Those qualities are what make Krispy Kreme so special. So I ditched Pinterest and dug a whole lot further. I found a recipe from the Chicago Tribune that they tested and retested six times until it was the flavor we all know and love.

It works! With just a couple of adjustments, these Krispy Kreme Glazed Doughnuts are a GREAT copycat, not perfect mind you as part of the magic lies in their air pressur…

No Bake Strawberry Almond Energy Balls

If you’ve made your way around the internet, you’ve probably seen a few recipes for “bliss balls” or “energy balls”. Whatever you call them, they’re out there, and they’re good. If you’re made your way around Cozy Peach Kitchen, you’ve probably seen that I love strawberries. So, today I present to you no bake strawberry almond energy balls, the perfect quick snack or sweet tooth quencher.
I can’t think of a more appropriately flavored energy bite to make for summer than these Strawberry Almond Energy Bites. I probably say this about every new energy bite recipe I come up with, but I think this one is my favorite!

These little bites of deliciousness (sorry, I really like them!!) contain strawberries, dates, almonds, dry oatmeal, and shredded coconut flakes. Dates are the backbone of these strawberry almond energy balls, because of their sweetness. They are carbohydrate dense, which equals energy. Hence, energy balls! Because date sugars are attached to fiber, vitamins, and minerals, t…

The Best Black Bean Burgers I’ve Ever Had

Between homemade restaurant and shop These are the best black bean burger I've ever tried. With a good review of the taste tests around the world, I am sure you will be satisfied with this vegetable burger recipe! The trick is to partially dry out the black seed so that the burger does not taste it. Roast or bake a black bean burger and enjoy plain bread or salad. They are large, thick and are cute, and even meat is these addictive.
Earlier in the summer, with a family holiday in mind, I made a series of things that I believe would be the best black burger ever or at least the best black bean burger I ever had. The goal is to have an option made from a little tasty homemade for the night, we grilled burgers and hot dogs. My helper Hilari has visited and we can not believe their flesh, the taste is incredible and the overall comfort of getting ready. I expect good but not this good. Really love them too, which... I do not know the sort of surprise me because he loves beef and this i…

Scrum-Delicious Burgers

I'm not sure where this recipe came from, but one of my family's summer favourites. I always serve these juicy mushroom burgers when we have companies. Guests are rave about cheesy flavors. It's fun to serve a little more special burger. -Wendy Sommers, West Chicago, Illinois
Total time
Preparation/Total time: 30 minutes
Makes: Total 6 servingsIngredients:
Minced meat 1-1/2 lb3 tbsp. finely chopped onion1/2 TeaspoonPepper 1/2 TeaspoonCheddar Sliced Cheese 1 cupSliced mushrooms 1/3 CupBacon strips 6 cooked and crumbledMayonnaise 1/4 Measuring cup6 Separate Hamburger BreadLettuce leaves and tomato slices are optional.
How To Make: In a large bowl, including beef, onions, and garlic and pepper. Shape is six patties 3/4 in thick.In a small bowl, combining cheese, mushrooms, bacon and mayonnaise;Roast burger covers over medium heat for 5-7. Minutes on each side or until the thermometer reads 160 ° in the last 3 minutes Spoon 1/4. The cup of the cheese mixture onto each burger. Served …