Soft , plump and tender, these White Chocolate Banana Walnut Cookies taste like a slice of fresh banana bread, only […]
The recipe I’m sharing with you today uses homemade lemon curd (but as I stated earlier, store bought will also work) which is a combination of eggs, sugar, freshly squeezed lemon juice and butter. It’s very simple to make as long as you use a double boiler and heat the mixture slowly on the stovetop.
My parents were coming for dinner, so I wanted to make something simple for dessert with ingredients I already had on hand in my pantry and fridge. I took out the package of frozen pie dough and let it thaw on the counter as I pondered in my head what I would do with it.
When you love spending time in the kitchen, it’s only natural that cooking and baking for the people you love is the ultimate way to show how much you care.
In honor of today, March 25th being National Chocolate Peanut Butter Day (#ChocPBDay), I’ve decided to share a recipe for something that I haven’t made since my boys were little.
Quite honestly, I only made them once, maybe twice, back then. But, they’ve not been forgotten, by me, or by them.
If you love toffee and chocolate, you’re going to love Mom’s Retro Heath Bar Cake!! Hi Everybody! Welcome to #SundaySupper’s […]
These are the richest, fudgiest brownies ever! They get my award for the best brownie I’ve ever made, or eaten. […]
Chocolate Cherry Oatmeal Cookies are the perfect cookie to satisfy your sweet tooth and still get in your daily fiber […]
This pumpkin praline pie is traditional…with a twist. Graham crackers and cornflake crumbs combine together to make an out of […]
Today I’m proud and pleased to be sharing my recipe for Caramel Apple Bread Pudding with you. It’s warm and […]