Every year for Christmas it’s tradition for me to make my family’s favorite sugar cookie. I’ve shared the recipe in the past (way back in 2010) and dubbed it “Santa’s Favorite Cookie.” This year, I decided to mix things up a little so I used the same recipe (basically), and made pumpkin shaped sugar cookies for my family as a special surprise treat they didn’t see coming! Needless to say, the cookies were gobbled up quickly. 🙂
I’ve never been a fan of candy corn candy, but I do love the colors. This is why I wanted to come up with a colored pound cake recipe which would replicate those fun, festive and bright autumn colors, but would still hold true to a rich, buttery, pound cake flavor.
This slow cooker pudding is a complete winner, and I’m really happy I went in the dessert direction! Slow cooker banana coconut pudding is a comfort food for the soul, and it’s a dessert you’ll want to add to your list of recipes to make, ASAP!
Creamy Pumpkin Creme Brulée custard is baked to perfection in a real pumpkin ramekins and topped with caramelized sugar shells. […]
If you’re intimidated or scared by the looks of this Frankenstein rice cereal Halloween treat because you think you wouldn’t have success making him yourself, I’m here to give you the evil eye (make that “eyes”) and prove you wrong! Stick with me (marshmallow humor) as I show you just how painless making this Frankenstein Rice Cereal Halloween Treat will be…
Don’t just serve your family and friends homemade pumpkin hand pies! Charm them first with their looks, and then dazzle […]
Make no bones about it, my brain works in strange and mysterious ways, as I think this gory brain food jello fruit salad for proves beyond a shadow of a doubt. Mwahahaha!
I found the recipe for sweet potato cookies in a small Amish pamphlet cookbook while visiting the gift shop in the St. Louis capital building around this same time last year. I tweaked the recipe only slightly here and there. I omitted the nuts, substituted allspice for ground cloves, and increased the brown sugar by half.
I can hardly believe that this is the last post for #BaconMonth 2017. I’ve had a ton of fun participating with this group of 9 food bloggers as we’ve all come up with our own unique recipes that feature bacon as the star ingredient.
This week the five main courses we’re bringing you for your weekly meal planning consideration are; Greek yogurt grilled chicken, a Havarti onion burger, fish tacos, cilantro Thai chicken, and an amazing zucchini pancetta pasta.
The three bonus recipes for your weekly meal planning consideration are; a snack of peanut butter energy bites, a side dish of an avocado hollandaise sauce over roasted asparagus, and a dessert of lemon raspberry cobber cupcakes.