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!
Fruits & Berries
The batter for this cake is thick….really thick, but that’s what enables the fruit to stay wonderfully suspended throughout the entire cake, and not sink to the bottom (make that the top) of the cake, when the cake is inverted.
In almost each and every forkful you take of this Old-Fashioned Strawberry Rhubarb Bundt Cake you’ll have a plump piece of strawberry or rhubarb, which is a very, very good thing!
Here at my house, we’re trying hard to lose weight by sticking to our new keto lifestyle eating plan.
If you’re unfamiliar with the keto diet plan, it’s basically avoiding unhealthy carbohydrates and incorporating healthy fats into your daily eating.
If you’ve never made scones before you’re going to be thrilled with how easy they are to whip together.
With basically one bowl and a wooden spoon or spatula, you’ll have your Blueberry Lemon Scones ready for the oven in no time at all.
These delicious turkey meatballs are as light as air, and they have the lovely, vibrant flavors that only orange and cilantro can provide.
But the thing that really puts these meatballs on the map is one of my favorite nuts of all time…CASHEWS!! Need I say more?!?
If you’re ready to bake away the winter blues, let me suggest starting with this deliciously moist and flavorful orange bundt cake with banana and poppy seeds.
Don’t wait, make one today. On your marks, get set…BAKE!!
When was the last time you and your sweetie enjoyed some luscious strawberry ice cream topped with a decadent, sweet meringue that tastes like toasted marshmallows?
Can’t remember? Well then, it’s time to make some Baked Alaska for Two, and it will only take about 20 minutes from start to flourish!
I’ve been craving oranges – a lot! I don’t know if it’s a need to replenish vitamin C in my body, or if it’s because I’m craving warmer temperatures during this arctic blast we’ve been experiencing here in the Midwest.
Whatever the reason, this easy to make thick and tangy homemade orange curd cures my craving for oranges and satisfies my sweet tooth in an utterly delicious, and completely versatile, way!
This is a sangria I served at a recent family game night. While this is the first sangria I’ve ever made (don’t ask me what took me so long), it certainly won’t be the last!
One of my favorite ways to ensure tenderness when it comes to cooking a protein (almost any type), is to first give the meat a little splash of balsamic vinegar, and then let it sit for about 20 minutes before cooking.
That’s my trick, and it’s one that lends a tenderness (and slight sweetness) to this recipe for Christmas Pork Roast with Cranberry Relish Glaze.