Cookie Dough Cobbler

Cookie Dough (Cherry) Cobbler:
This cobbler can be made with any fruit-pie filling. Continue reading


Snacktime Babble, Episode 4: Define Your Brunch Food

I’m having a party.  A celebration.  A graduation party, and a birthday party, if you will, but also a party to celebrate the multitude of September birthdays in my family.  We are fall and back-to-school people, after all.  Or we were, until us children flew the nest.  Now we go back to visit the folks every fall for the Jewish Holidays and to celebrate some September birthdays.  This year it’s going to be a little different.  Lot’s of new things are happening in my family, including the fact that this party will be held at the folks’ new house.

In the meantime, I’d like to weigh in on some opinions for some party fare.

Are jello shots a brunch food, or should we stick to mimosas? What do you think?

What are some of your favorite food and drink to have at a brunch?

fall jello shots from that's so michelle (1)


Jello Shot Recipes, clockwise from top left:
Pumpkin Pie Jell-O Shots
Caramel Apple Cheesecake Pudding Shots
Apple Cider and Buttered Rum Jello Shots
Pumpkin Spice Latte Jello Shots
More Jello Shot ideas at That’s So Michelle

Marvel Comics Inspired Cherpumple

Kitchen Overlord Marvel Comics Cherpumple Interior

Kitchen Overlord is a really great site if you are looking to get inspired with geeky, foodie goodness.

Check out Chris-Rachael Oseland‘s recipe for a MARVEL COMICS INSPIRED CHERPUMPLE.

A Cherpumple is short for cherry, pumpkin and apple pie and is defined as several different flavor pies that are baked inside of several different flavors of cake, and then stacked on top of each other.


Kitchen Overlord Marvel Comics Cherpumple

THING LAYER has spice cake and apple pie. PHOENIX LAYER has yellow cake, pumpkin pie and green food coloring. DEADPOOL LAYER has chocolate cake and cherry pie.

She also baked mini ones with mini pies!

Kitchen Overlord Marvel Comics Cherpumple Instructions

Doesn’t the blue one look like a TARDIS cake and the brown one resemble a Dalek cake?


For the original, printable recipe, by Charles Phoenix, check out his video demonstration for (and click on the following link for) THE CHERPUMPLE “MONSTER” PIE CAKE.