Every family has someone who’s famous for that one recipe. In my family it’s my granny and its definitely her baked beans. These famous baked beans are present at all of our family gatherings including my wedding! Read more »
Aunt Mary’s Apple Dumplings
My late Aunt Mary was renowned for her deliciously gooey apple dumplings. Although I’m not a huge fan of apples, or any fruit for that matter, I do love the flaky crust and sticky sauce that surrounds the apple. Read more »
I wasn’t always a fan of meatloaf growing up if you ever had my mom’s meatloaf you would understand why. Don’t worry, I’m not saying this to be mean, it’s just the truth. If you ask her about her meatloaf she just laughs and says “well,
1- Cup butter
1/4- Cup shortening ( I use crisco)
3/4- Cup Peanut Butter
1/2- Cup Hazelnut spread ( Nutella)
3/4- Cup Brown Sugar
1- teaspoon vanilla
1- Cup sugar
1- teaspoon baking soda
1- teaspoon salt
3- Cups Flour
1- Cup of sugar for rolling
For the Icing :
1- bag of semi sweet chocolate chips ( 2 cups)
4- Tablespoons Hazelnut spread ( Nutella)
1/2- Cup hazelnuts ( Crushed)
Preheat oven to 375 degrees
In a medium sized mixing bowl add the first 10 ingredients ( everything except the flour).
Sometimes it’s just fun to eat an obnoxiously big cookie. These cookies are just that! There is no rule that says you HAVE to make them this big, but why wouldn’t you? Sometimes you have to break the rules and make big cookies =P
I have been experimenting with these cookies a lot!
Today’s recipe is a simple vanilla box (poke) cake . I jazzed it up by adding a crumb topping, and then adding yet another topping, that consists of apples, walnuts, coffee, brown sugar and cinnamon. This the perfect cake to make for those who do not like icing…
* My inspiration for this recipe came from Trisha Yearwoods Sweet & Saltines recipe.
Ok, this recipe is quickly becoming a new family favorite! This stuff is so good.. seriously! Everyone that has tasted it so far has told me that it tastes just like caramel corn but with out the kernels.
Today I am running out of time to get this posted! But I wanted to quickly take some time and thank Prudy from Butter Basil & Breadcrumbs for this delicious #Cookie Monday Post! =)
Take it away my friend:
I was so happy when Emily asked me to share a recipe for cookie Monday…It is such a pleasure to be here! Read more »
Today Ashley from Prairie Gal Cookin’ is joining us with her recipe Old Fashioned Oatmeal Cookies for cookie Monday. Ashley, we are so excited to have you; and even more excited to dive into this cookie recipe.
As Prudy always said, take it away my friend:
Before I can share this yuummy recipe with all of you,
I am always trying to come up with ways to sneak healthy foods into my sons diet. These butternut squash cookies were a success, he loved them and got to enjoy a sweet while still getting some benefits from the butternut squash. =)