These truffles are extremely easy to make, but they taste great and look good. I made these last week to take to a meeting, but I had to change my plans and make a quick overnight trip to my Mom’s house, so I missed the meeting. By the time I got home on Saturday my […]
I love apple pie, and fall seems like the best time to make it. I found this recipe in the The King Arthur Flour Baker’s Companion cookbook, and decided I had to try it. It uses rum and cider in the apple pie filling, which intrigued me. It was delicious, and the small amount of […]
When I was challenged to make a dish using the new M&Mâ€™s Candy Corn White Chocolate Candies I debated what kind of recipe to make.Â I love the idea of Candy Corn M&M’s, because it is like combining two great candies into one.Â I finally decided to use the Candy Corn M&Mâ€™s to flavor pudding […]
After we went blueberry picking last week we had enough blueberries left to make cobbler. I combined them with cherries because I had a bunch of those left in the refrigerator. They tasted really good together, I liked using the combination of two different fruits.
An Easter basket just wouldn’t seem the same without Peeps. It is hard to say what is so appealing about them, after all they are just colored marshmallows. But when they are made into the shape of a chick or bunny and colored bright, almost obnoxious colors, they just seem irresistible. My kids love to […]
My oldest daughter, Grace turned 18 over the weekend. I decided for her 18th birthday I should make her a special 3-D rubber duckie cake. Now these are usually made for baby showers or 1st birthdays, but Grace collects rubber ducks so I knew it was perfect for her. I bought the 3-D rubber duck […]
Have you seen cake pops? They are super cute little cakes on a stick that are easy to make and fun to decorate. Iâ€™ve been seeing them on the web a lot lately, and have been meaning to try making them. This weekend my 14 year old daughterâ€™s dance class was cancelled, so we had […]