Today’s Homemade Candy Recipe Roundup for Friday’s Featured Foodie Feastings is for those of us who enjoy giving homemade gifts […]
No Bake Peanut Butter & Chocolate Granola Jumbles also are perfect for gift giving. Think Mother’s Day and Father’s Day in particular.
And don’t forget to get the kids busy in the kitchen with you when you’re making these. Since these Peanut Butter & Chocolate Granola Jumbles are basically a “dump” recipe, the kiddos will have a whole lot of fun dumping and mixing all the ingredients!
I happen to love the flavor of peppermint during the holidays. However, neither of my sons are in favor of the flavor of peppermint. But, since I do all of the cooking and baking in the family, I get to choose what ingredients I add to my recipes. LOL Sorry, boys!
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…
Even though the presentation of this Mega-Sized Peanut Butter Cup may look difficult to recreate and intimidating to make, let me assure you that his no-bake dessert is super simple to put together. All you need is a round tart pan with a removable bottom and you’re good to go.
These easy to make Tropical White Chocolate Candy Bites are the perfect thing to make and gift to someone who […]
You can’t have Christmas without the images and flavors of gingerbread men dancing through your memory, right? Well, maybe that’s […]
With only two ingredients and a handful of basic supplies, you can make these Deliciously Easy White Chocolate Ghost Pops […]
Making marzipan has been on my list of things I’ve wanted to make for years and years. Why it took me so long to make it, I’ll never know. But what I do know is now that I finally have, I’m excited to have the block of homemade marzipan wrapped and stored in my fridge to mold, sculpt, and play with whenever the whim strikes.
I’m sharing this recipe for fudge that I haven’t made for many, many years. I first found the recipe in some woman’s magazine probably close to 20 years ago, and it’s name is Fantasy Fudge.