When you want a showstopper dessert that tastes just as good as it looks this Poinsettia Pecan Pie with Painted Crust is just the ticket!
These deliciously flavored Irish cream butter cookies taste a lot like shortbread cookies, but with an unexpected twist.
They’re ever so slightly crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside, and then topped with a chocolate-covered espresso bean. What could be better?!!
Christmas Cream Cheese Sprinkle Cookies are tender on the inside and crunchy on the outside thanks to the fun and colorful sprinkles.
When you care enough to give the very best, this recipe for butter toffee cashew crunch candy should be at the very top of your gift-giving list.
Put those complicated desserts to bed! When it comes to holiday entertaining, WOW them with this easy, delicious, and completely fool-proof no-churn pumpkin pie ice cream!
Part of the fun of eating a Fried Rosette Snowflake Cookie is the dusting of confectioners sugar that inevitably snow down the front of your shirt as you crunch into these crispy little holiday treats.
There’s no way around it so just give in and let it snow!
When you’re looking to up your apple crisp game, look no further than this recipe for Fireball Apple Crisp.
It’s everything you love about a traditional apple crisp…but with a grown-up kick, and it’s soon to become your flaming desire!
Today’s Homemade Candy Recipe Roundup is for those of us who enjoy giving, making, and eating delicious homemade gifts of love during the holidays. Sweet!
Even if you have traditional cookie recipes you make every year it’s always fun to add some new ones to the repertoire.
Especially if you’re giving them as gifts, hosting a cookie exchange, or dropping a big box of homemade cookies off at a local shelter. Christmas cookies are like a warm hug filled with love that brings smiles to people’s faces.
I’m here to show you just how easy this pilgrim pumpkin pie is to make. If you’ve never roasted pumpkin in order to make a pumpkin pie, then you’re missing out on part of the fun.
If you’ve never served your pumpkin pie in an actual pumpkin (as the pilgrims did), then we need to get busy baking! Ready?