Chocolate Chip Dessert Loaf with Coconut and Pecans is rich and decadent. A small slice will go a long way in satisfying your sweet tooth, but a large one is even better!
Nothing hits the spot like a warm stack of sweet potato pancakes topped with cinnamon-spiced apples and chopped pecans.
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.
Layered hazelnut spread cookie bars with pecans, peanut butter chips, and instant pudding are sure to become a family favorite! They’re easy to make too!!
The count down is on. In a mere three days, my husband and I will be hosting one of the biggest backyard parties we’ve ever thrown. I’m nervous, and excited, and exhausted.
Who’s idea was this, anyway? LOL
Not that long ago, I was given a bag of the most delicious pecans from my dear sweet friend Nancie McDermot.
I wanted to make something extra special with these delicious pecans, and something quintessentially southern. I settled on making coconut pecan praline candy, and I’m 100% certain they’re the best pecan pralines I’ve ever made or eaten!
If you’ve never been a fresh Brussels sprouts fan before this recipe for Sauteed Brussels Sprouts with Sweet & Spicy […]
Treat your family and friends to something utterly delicious this holiday season that only takes a few minutes to prepare.
As this Coconut Caramel Crescent Ring bakes in the oven, you’ll find your loved ones congregating in the kitchen as the aroma of caramel, coconut and crescent rolls permeate your home.
Everyone in my family loves when I make oatmeal cookies, and I love to experiment with my baking! Since it’s (almost) autumn, I’ve been cooking and baking a lot with apples. Hence today’s recipe for Apple Oatmeal Cookies with White Chocolate and Pecans. 🙂
Because I didn’t want to pitch the entire batch of muffins (and I was hoping that I could still share the recipe with you), I scraped them out of the pan the best I could, flipped them right-side up and decided to make some caramel sauce to spoon over the top. As you can see, the few extra minutes it took to make the caramel sauce was well worth the effort, and now these Homemade Sticky Caramel Sweet Rolls have a double dose of sticky caramel goodness, which is never a bad thing!