Here is a cute way to use Peeps to make pies for Easter. I made a standard lemon pie, but instead of topping it off with meringue I used a marshmallow Peep!
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #EasterEssentials #CollectiveBias Spring and Easter are perfect times for entertaining! This spring I made these bright and cheerful Spring Sherbet Cookie Sandwiches for a colorful snack to have on hand for feeding company. When you know company […]
Looking for an easy dessert to make for the Super Bowl this weekend? It is simple to make these football shaped cookies without a special cookie cutter. To make a football shape I used a circular cookie cutter. First I cut out a circle shape, and then used the same cookie cutter to go over […]
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and Quaker. All opinions are mine alone. #LoveMyCereal #QuakerUp #CollectiveBias My family’s favorite breakfast cereal is Quaker® Oatmeal Squares, so I used it to make these tasty Cranberry Pistachio Cereal Bars for snacking. Both my daughters are home from college now for Winter break, and it […]
Chocolate covered pretzels are one of my favorite treats, because the combination of sweet and salty is perfect. So for the holidays it made sense to me to make some chocolate pretzels and cover them with peppermints instead of sprinkles! These are simple to make, and lots of fun for kids to do too. My […]
These delicious cookies are bursting with cranberry flavor for the holidays!
Pecan Tassies are one of my favorite cookies, for Christmas or anytime of the year. They are like eating mini pecan pies, with a rich buttery crust, brown sugar and crunchy pecans. They are easy to make too, and much less intimidating to make than a pie. Instead of rolling out the dough in a […]
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias Halloween is just a few days away! My teens are making final plans for costumes, and have decided that they want to be Zombies this year, with lots of fake blood and gruesome wounds. I am making […]
Chocolate covered pretzels are the perfect combination of sweet and salty! To celebrate Halloween I topped off some pretzel rods with eyeball gumballs for cute and creepy Cyclops Pretzels. One of my favorite things about Halloween is all the weird and creepy desserts! It is just fun to make treats around a theme. especially when […]
This post is brought to you by Foodie. Looking for something special to make for Halloween? This collection of Halloween treats are easy to make, and perfectly spooky! Click through the slideshow to see all the creepy Halloween treats and pick the one that will match your Halloween celebration. There are ghosts, spiders, bats, vampires, […]
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. I always enjoy cooking for holidays like Halloween. It is fun to put things together in different ways and come up with cute (and tasty) seasonal desserts. But frequently schedules are busy, and there is not a lot […]
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. Football season is just about underway! Whether it is a club, college, high school or professional teams are practicing and getting ready for another exciting season. My family loves to watch football. This year we are making an […]
This post is sponsored by Foodie. There are so many delicious fruits available all summer long, and one of my favorite things to do with those fruits is make a tasty summer dessert.Â Here is a collection of 50 summer fruit dessert recipes! There is something for every taste in this collection! There […]
Strawberry season will be here soon. I love to pick strawberries and make delicious desserts, like Strawberry Shortcake and Strawberry Fool. Strawberry Fool is a dessert made from strawberries, whipped cream and sugar, so it is like shortcake without the cake! This is a traditional English dessert that dates back to the 1600s. I first […]
March brings one of my favorite holidays, Pi Day! This is the perfect holiday because it combines two things I love, food and math. The day is of course to celebrate the irrational number Ï€, which is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. But the best way to celebrate it […]
This is a delicious chocolate cake with a rich raspberry filling. Honestly I usually just make cakes from a mix, but last week I decided to make a chocolate cake from scratch, and it was much better than a cake mix. The recipe has sour cream, and it mades the cake layers nice and moist.
Pumpkin Roll filled with cream cheese is a traditional holiday recipe, and it is even better when you add chocolate chips to make it more decadent! Pumpkin and cream cheese combine in this cake to make a delicious combination of flavors. Cake rolls can seem intimidating, but they really are not hard to make, and […]
Gingerbread has been a traditional Christmas decoration for generations. My kids and I have enjoyed making gingerbread houses together for years, from basic graham cracker creations to more complicated designs.Â But this is the most complicated one we have ever made, a Gingerbread Noahâ€™s Ark!