Rich, gourmet hot fudge sauce topping that will cost you less that $2.00 per half pint to make. The sauce makes a terrific Christmas gift paired up with ice cream dishesand sprinkle and candy toppings. Continue Reading →
When you think of a summer dessert many people’s thoughts go directly to strawberry shortcake. Growing up with a grandma that raised raspberries, we enjoyed this raspberry torte recipe. I am pretty sure each of the grandchildren has had the pleasure of eating this sweet and tart dessert.
As a tribute to my grandmother – I include the recipe for each of the grandchildren. Continue Reading →
My daughter has been experimenting making S’mores lately. Did I just hear you say what are S’mores? Believe me, after this weekend I know there are people that have never tried one. She came up with this smores easy, peasy, simple way to make them. Continue Reading →
Why buy the expensive boxed brownie mixes when you can make up a batch of homemade brownies from scratch and enjoy them?
Make this versatile brownie mix that can make 3 sweet treats. The mix can be stored in the pantry for 6 months and pulled out when you would like to make brownies, hot fudge or brownie crinkle cookies. Continue Reading →
It is a tradition that to celebrate our Birthdays my best friend and I try to create something ourselves or otherwise we purchase handcrafted gifts to give to one another. Over the years we have both received unique gifts. Homemade Baileys, vanilla, cookies, necklaces, earrings, stepping stones, mugs, magnets and so many additional gifts I have lost track. Continue Reading →
One recipe 2 cookies. Divide the dough in half and make two of my all time favorite cookies for the holiday season! Whip up a traditional peanut butter cookie recipe and then add chocolate candies to each to make them even a sweeter treat. Continue Reading →
This is one of the easiest treats I make and they never seem to last through the season; unless I hide them. All you need are waffle pretzels, Rolo candies and either plain M&M’s or Pecans. Continue Reading →
An unlikely flavor combination paired together turns out to be highly pleasing to the senses. These frosted gingerbread cupcakes are made with gingerbread cake bottoms and frosted with pumpkin cream cheese frosting. Heavenly. That is the only way to describe them. Continue Reading →
A pudding mix without artificial flavors or preservatives. Measure out three ingredients and store in a container to replace convenient box chocolate pudding mix. When you want to make chocolate pudding; scoop mix and cook butter and milk over low heat. Continue Reading →
I needed to come up with something to make for our neighborhood association’s fall bake sale and racked my brain long and hard. I was told to make Rice Krispie treats because they sell well and are well received. That seemed too easy but I did make them because I said I would. Continue Reading →