very PINteresting {desserts}

i don’t know about you but pinterest has been such an amazing tool for me! as in innkeeper i’m always picking up breakfast ideas, unique bedroom design ideas, beautiful garden spaces and the list goes on! if you are not one of the 240,000+ people that follow my pins already you can find all my pin boards here. i thought i’d share some of my most recent dessert pins. even though i’m on a little ‘new years diet’, you can guarantee i’ll be making some of these as soon as the situation arises! if your planning a party, you can send my invitation to my little inn. i’ll bring dessert.

No Bake Banana Split Pie <-- click link for recipe.
Love it cause it’s ‘no bake’, love it more because it’s delicious!

nutella crack pie <-- click link for recipe.
yep this looks freaking amazing. nutella = awesome

Lemon-Blackberry Cheesecake <-- click link for recipe.

This is healthy right? Because of the blackberries and lemon? Yum!

HolyCrapTheseAreAmazing Cookies <-- click link for recipe.
Know as ‘”HolyCrapTheseAreAmazing Cookies” Their official name is Peanut Butter Corn Flake Balls. However, it comes nowhere close to describing the flat out, mind-blowing awesomeness of these sticky, gooey, creamy, chewy little blobs of edible bliss!

Lemon Blueberry Muffin<-- click link for recipe.
Blueberry Cupcakes with Lemon Curd and Lemon Buttercream

Hocus Pocus Rolls via Eat at Allies  <-- click link for recipe.
Marshmallows dipped in melted butter, then cinnamon sugar, wrapped in crescent rolls and baked. They’re called Hocus Pocus buns because the marshmallows disappear! YUM is understatement!

mini red velvet cheesecakes <-- click link for recipe.
wow. that looks like an amazing cheesecake! perfect for valentines day or a special date.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Delight  <-- click link for recipe
It is like heaven. Chocolate cookie dough, whipped cream, chocolate pudding layer and cream cheese layer.

homemade twinkies <-- click link for recipe.
i’m not a huge twinkie fan, but the homemade recipe sounds really good.

peanut butter chocolate pie with pretzel crust <-- click link for recipe.

chocolate and peanut butter together is my favorite kind of dessert! a pretzel crust. yum-o!

rolo stuffed chocolate chip cookies <-- click link for recipe.
i love rolos and i love chocolate chip cookies. this means i would double love these cookies. 

red velvet cheesecake brownies <-- click link for recipe.
does it get any better than this!? these look sinfully good.

incredible turtle brownies <-- click link for recipe.

love candy turtles, i be these are amazing!!

chocolate peanut butter cupcakes <-- click link for recipe.
wow! this is my heaven. chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter icing then dipped in chocolate!

soft brown sugar cookies <-- click link for recipe.
i love a soft cookie! these look so good.

Cheesecake Sugar Cookie Bars <-- click link for recipe.

Cheesecake and a sugar cookie combined – genius! 

Reese’s Cheesecake Brownies <-- click link for recipe.

Another cheesecake recipe! Yum. This one includes my love for peanut butter and chocolate! 

fluffy pink lemonade dessert <-- click link for recipe.

a pretzel crust with a fluffy pink filling … count me in! 

how to bake a heart into a cupcake <-- click link for recipe.
i mean, come on! … this is so freakin sweet!

homemade mounds bars <-- click link for recipe.
almond joy is probably one of my favorite candy bars, so i’d be adding almonds to my recipe. great easter treat!

puff pastry cherry blossoms  <-- click link for recipe.
i adore cherry pie. i’d assume these would taste similar. i’m thinking these would be yummy for breakfast too.

chocolate mousse cheesecake <-- click link for recipe.
this looks like a chocolate lovers dream! decedent!

winter mixed berry and citrus sorbet <-- click link for recipe.

i didn’t think i’d have the urge to break out my ice cream maker in the dead of winter. i was wrong.

brownie ‘n berries dessert pizza
you had me at ‘brownie’. this looks amazing. and healthy too… right? cause of the berries? no?

strawberry sheet cake <-- click link for recipe.
this just looks so good! and another perfect valentine’s dessert.

frozen strawberry crumble <-- click link for recipe.
this looks like a quintessential summer dessert. totally trying this one as soon as the temperatures reach above freezing.

chocolate bourbon bread pudding <-- click link for recipe.
great recipe for this time of year. warm, comforting … and a splash of liquor always helps!

red velvet strawberry shortcake via I am Baker  <-- click link for recipe.
what an awesome valentines day dessert! right? beautiful!!

have you made any heavenly desserts that you found on pinterest lately?


Previous ‘Very Pinteresting’ posts can be found here:


Ideas for the Garden
Twenty Sangria Recipes
Thrity Unique Burger Recipes
For the Love of Yellow

Salads

Porches

Pasta, Pasta, Pasta

Muffins

Delicious Dips

Desserts

Slow Cooker Meals


  1. Oh my….i need a treat after looking at your post. Thank you for the wonderful pictures and inspiration! Sharon

  2. They all look great.. but how do we get the recipes!? I want to make that red velvet strawberry shortcake cake!!!

  3. That nutella recipe looks interesting! I love that stuff.
    How did you manage to get so many followers on Pinterest?

    I’m in PA too and come by often. I love reading your blog, stop by and visit me sometime…..there’s a Shaklee giveaway going on now.

  4. Hi Michael, I came to your blog because you had so graciously linked to my Nutella Crack Pie recipe. I received so many visits from your posting I decided to visit and take a look around. I’m so glad to find you, what a beautiful blog and your Inn is stunning in style and taste. Sending you greetings and appreciation. Cathy/ShowFood Chef

  5. No wonder you have so many Pinterest followers, Michael! My thighs are getting bigger just looking at all these delicious photos… :) Haven’t made anything food-wise from Pinterest lately, but this banana cake with cream cheese icing is calling my name: http://pinterest.com/pin/84442561732899150/

    Now, off to repin some of the yummy recipes you shared!

  6. So sad about the plants. I do the same thing..move plants…only most of them..no maybe not most, are outside plants. So I pot them up in a late summer or fall and pray that they survive until they can be planted again….some do some don’t (some of my outside plants came from my grandmother! So I hate to lose them) I have found it is better to start cutting or babies form plants way ahead of the move so they are established but small…sometimes that helps.

  7. These desserts look very delicious. I’m craving for a chocolate cake now. These kinds of desserts are perfect for parties and special occasions. By the way, I look forward to seeing more of your dessert ideas.

  8. Yes, Michael you have great taste! Not just in food. I also love the quilts and more on your broads.

  9. Michael, you are an amazing young man. I just love ALL the posts you put on pinterest. Keep them coming! Some of the recipes, I best watch cause I’ll be 400lbs.
    Thanks for sharing! Millie from Pgh.,Pa.

  10. OMG! These desserts look fabulous! I think I’ve gained weight just looking at them. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Thank you for putting all of these delicious looking desserts in one place! I will be trying to make many of these over the next couple of weeks! I think I will start with the red velvet mini-cheesecakes… Yummy.

  12. ok these look awesome but where do I find the recipes? There are like 4 or 5 here I would like to try? Thanks

  13. These are mouth watering desserts indeed. I love cupcakes, cookies and ice creams. In short, I am a sweet lover. I admit, I have a sweet tooth. Anyway, chocolate flavored desserts are among my favorites. In fact, I just bought a bunch of them from a wholesale Bakery in New York. I got cookies and cupcakes with different flavors, but most of them are chocolates.

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  15. The blackberry cheesecake looks beyond amazing so I’m planning on making g it this weekend. But it’s pictured with a top layer that isn’t described in the recipe. Any ideas?

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