Annalise Sandberg
http://www.completelydelicious.com
Hometown:
Seattle, WA
Location:
Salt Lake City, UT

About Me: At Completely Delicious Annalise shares accessible recipes and practical tips for the average baker. In addition to food blogging she enjoys hiking and being outdoors, watching artsy movies, and reading.

Recipes Posted by Annalise Sandberg:

This is a traditional chocolate sheet cake, but with a delicious peanut butter twist. Mighty Nut Chocolate powdered peanut butter in both the cake and frosting takes the cake from good to great. It’s any chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream!

Sheet cakes make the perfect dessert to feed a crowd. If you have a smaller gathering, feel free to wrap any leftovers in plastic wrap and store in the freezer for up to 1 month.

This peanut butter vanilla quick bread is great for both snacks and for breakfast. It’s got a lot of wonderful peanut butter flavor, but it’s the triple dose of vanilla that really makes it shine. Slices are delicious enough all on their own, but would also be great with a spoonful of jam or honey spread on top.

If I’m being completely honest, muffins are really just an excuse to eat cupcakes for breakfast. But if I fill them full of heartier ingredients like oats, peanut butter, and fruit, it helps me feels a little less guilty. These peanut butter oat muffins made with Mighty Nut Flax and Chia Powdered Peanut Butter and packed with fresh raspberries are a delicious way to start your day.

These peanut butter brown sugar slice-and-bake cookies are the perfect treat to have on hand for whenever you have a sweet craving. The cookie dough will last for at least a month in the freezer, so all you have to do is slice it up and bake as many as you need.

This beautiful layer cake made up of peanut butter cakes layered together with peanut butter frosting, sliced bananas and caramel is a dessert Elvis Presley certainly would have approved of. And after one decadent bite I’m completely sold on the peanut butter and banana combination. The sweet and salty caramel certainly doesn’t hurt either.

The cake is easy to assemble, thanks to its unpolished presentation. Leaving the sides unfrosted allows you to see all of the fun layers, and lets the caramel drip down the sides. The caramel will keep on dripping, however, so it’s best served immediately or stored in the fridge.

Lattes are a fun coffee shop treat, but did you know you can easily make them in your own home? If you don’t own a milk frother, you can use an immersion blender, small hand-held mixer, or even a whisk and a little elbow grease. The best thing about it is you can stay in your pjs while making it!

I love the flavor of this peanut butter and honey latte. It’s subtle, and fun. Using The Bee’s Knees brings out the honey more, but if all you have in your cupboard is Smooth Operator, that’ll do just fine.

Super simple peanut butter and jam turnovers require just 5 ingredients and come together in minutes! They are a fun reinvention of a classic combination, and are all dressed up in a presentation that’s perfect for entertaining. Your friends and family will love how simple yet delicious they are. And be sure to bake up a double batch, as they’re sure to disappear fast!

I used Smooth Operator peanut butter, but if you’d like a little crunch in your turnovers, feel free to try Crunch Time.

I have a great chocolate cookie recipe that I just can’t stop messing with. My latest, and maybe greatest, variation is this peanut butter stuffed version. The outside cookie is rich and chewy, and the soft peanut butter center is a fun and delicious surprise. Make sure you have a tall glass of milk handy, and a few helpers to make sure you don’t accidentally eat them all yourself.

Who knew that pumpkin and peanut butter went so well together? This cheesecake made with a peanut butter graham cracker crust and pumpkin-peanut butter filling was such a tasty surprise. It would be a wonderful addition to your holiday table, and a fun alternative to traditional pumpkin pie.

One thing that I often forget when making cheesecakes is how long they take to bake and set up in the fridge. So it’s best to make this cheesecake the day before you plan to serve it. When you’re ready to dig in, top slices with whipped cream and salted peanuts, to give your guests a little hint at what’s inside.

Why should dinner get all the enchilada fun? These dessert enchiladas are stuffed with bananas and a cream cheese-peanut butter spread before being smothered in a rich peanut butter sauce. Top with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream for a fun and different dessert the whole family will love.

Madeleines are a classic French pastry. They have the texture and flavor of a cake, but are baked in a little shell-shaped pan and are often referred to as cookies. Traditionally flavored with vanilla bean and a hint of lemon, I thought it would be fun to add an American flair with a little bit of peanut butter.

That little bit went a long way and these peanut butter madeleines are perfect for peanut butter lovers, while still possessing the delicate texture that fans of traditional madeleines appreciate.

Peanut butter and coconut are two beloved flavors, so why has no one thought to put them together into a layer cake? I searched the internet and came up practically empty. There was only one thing left to do at that point, create the recipe myself!

Starting with a traditional vanilla cake, I swapped out creamy peanut butter for the butter and added some coconut milk to tie the two flavors together. I frosted the cake generously with a cream cheese coconut icing and finished it with a sprinkling of shredded coconut.

I served the cake to a group of friends and they raved about it. “I’ve never heard of a peanut butter coconut cake before” and “what a great combination!” were some of the comments I got. Yep, it’s definitely a winner.

Growing up, no-bake chocolate cookies were a staple in my house. I loved them because they were fast, easy, and required little precision. It was the first recipe I learned to master.

These little cookies are a take on our family recipe, with the variation of shaping them into nests and filling them with egg-shaped candy for Easter. I also added some crunchy chow mein noodles, which do a great job resembling twigs. It may sound like an odd addition but they have virtually no flavor of their own, and the little crunch they give the cookies is an extra bonus.

Creme brulee is one of those desserts that is so perfect in its original form, it’s hard to mess with it. But once you do, you realize there are endless possibilities. This peanut butter variation is one example. Just when you thought creme brulee could not get any better, it does. Plus, this is a no-bake recipe, meaning you don’t need to fuss with water baths or turning on your oven.
Wouldn’t this be an amazing dessert to serve your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? (And you get extra servings, too!)

Peanut Butter Creme Brulee