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If you’ve been searching through Memorial Day dessert recipes, you may want to consider making this Patriotic Punch Bowl Cake. It’s super easy to make and so yummy! You can use a store bought angel food cake, or make a cake yourself. The great thing about punch bowl cakes, is that you can vary the ingredients and type of cake to suit your fancy. Yellow cake, white cake, and pound cake are just a couple of varieties that could be substituted. This Memorial Day recipe looks very patriotic with the red, white, and blue color combination from the strawberries, blueberries, and whipped topping. [Read more...]
Crock-Pot Cola Ham
Easter is coming, and I’m already stressing out about how to get everything cooked and on the table at the same time for the BIG Meal. I know some people have this down to a science, but I’m just not one of them! Crock-Pot Cola Ham my favorite go to recipe for an easy and delicious main dish.
I posted this Crockpot Barbecue recipe a few months back – but I wanted to remind you guys to get out and enjoy this beautiful weather and this dinner makes that super-easy! My recipe uses a pork roast – but you can switch out chicken breasts or thighs for scrumptious results too (I’m using chicken tonight)
Also check out Kasey’s yummy Crockpot Chicken with Homemade Barbecue Sauce
My family loves soft pretzels. So after looking for an easy to follow recipe online we decided to give it a shot. In keeping with this months blog theme of Valentine’s Day, we decided to make heart shaped pretzels. It is the perfect Valentine’s Day food and if you are looking for a yummy Valentine”s Day recipe, this is it! I was even able to sneak in a math lesson for my daughter on measurements, which is a mini review of this weeks math focus! It is a beautiful moment when you can enjoy some fun family baking together and make an educational lesson out of it! Five ingredients are all you need!
Here is a fabulous recipe for homemade easy cinnamon rolls that I orgionally posted on Father’s Day. My kids have requested that we have cinnamon rolls this year on Christmas morning, in addition to my mom’s sausage strata casserole. So, it looks like we’ll have both this year. I especially love that I can make this recipe the night before and pop in the oven in the morning. I saw the recipe online at Kevin & Amanda, however I made a couple of adaptions.
See my step-by-step tutorial below.. [Read more...]
Jamie here, fudge was always something I loved but could not make properly for the life of me. But to be fair, this fudge-failure gene is one I inherited from my mom (along with spider veins and droopy eyelids). When I was a kid – she would make fudge at least once a month – chocoholics that we are – and she failed miserably every time. It was always more chocolate goo than anything, and we had to keep it in the freezer just so it would stay a solid. [Read more...]
I have never met a chocolate chip cookie I didn’t like. But I’m telling you – in 32 years, I have never ever had a chocolate chip cookie this good. Ever. My friend Caitie made these for us on a recent visit down to Florida, and if I had been dieting to fit into my bathing suit before I got there, I decided to forget it when she put a plate of these in front of me. They were almost worth me having muffin top in my beach photos.
Caitie used to work at a cup-cakery, so she knows her way around some sugar and butter, let me tell you. She got this recipe from Cooks Illustrated, and altered it just a bit. These cookies are really chubby, moist, and they have that certain “heft” you want to feel in your hand when you pick it up off the plate. And definitely go for the chunks vs. chips if you have the luxury. The chocolate chunks can hold their own in these dense, nutty flavored cookies. Chocolate chips would just get lost in there.