Recipes and Free Printable

Welcome back to “cooking week!”

I wanted to share the recipes I used on Monday in today’s post and give you a free printable that I created using Stampin’ Up!’s My Digital Studio (MDS) products. If you’re crafty with a computer, then MDS is perfect for you – simply purchase your products in digital format, create your project, and order it with Stampin’ Up!’s professional printing options.

You can read more about My Digital Studio, get started with a 30-day free trial, or learn about the 31% off MDS promotion – only available during August 2012.

Not interested in MDS? It’s okay – you can still purchase Stampin’ Up! products in digital format and use them with other applications!

This cute recipe card uses the Domestic Goddess Designer Series Paper, which is retired in the Annual Catalog. It’s not retired as an MDS product, though. You can download a free printable recipe card (sized at 3.5″ x 5″) below. All you have to do is print, cut, and write!

Single Recipe Card

Two Recipe Cards on a Page

And now for the recipes (both found on Pinterest; instructions modified):


Press a layer of refrigerated cookie dough in greased mini muffin pans. Place Reese’s peanut butter cup upside down on top of the dough. (You can use mini Oreo’s, but our favorites were definitely the peanut butter cups.) Fill the top of the cup (to about 3/4 full) with brownie batter. Bake at 350*F for about 18 minutes.


You can really use your own pie recipe for these and bake them in regular sized muffin pans. But for the purpose of a recipe, I’ll share with you what I did. Peel, core, and slice two apples. Mix them in cinnamon, sugar, and about a teaspoon of flour. Cut your pie dough into six circles using a large circle cookie cutter or the top of a large plastic container. (I used pre-made pie doug and a bread crumb container lid.) Press the circles into your muffin pan and fill with apple mixture. Cut six more circles of pie dough. Using a straw or something similar, cut a design in the pie dough. Place on top of the filled muffin cups and pinch around the edges to seal. Baste with egg to give the golden brown look. Bake at 350*F for about 30 minutes.

Check back on Friday for the completed project – encompassing everything in this week’s posts!


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