• Banana Whoopie Pie Cake
    Dessert

    Banana Whoopie Pie Cake

    Banana Whoopie Pie Cake  While grocery shopping this past week I discovered that bananas were on sale for .19 cents a pound. I knew this would be a great time to stock up for recipe testing. Do you remember that delicious chocolate whoopie pie cake I posted a while back? Well… I thought, how good would a banana whoopie pie cake be? So I rearranged a few ingredients, and to my surprise the recipe turned out perfectly on the very first try! That doesn’t happen often, but when it does I celebrate! This time with lots of Banana Whoopie pie cake! This banana whoopie pie cake is everything I dreamed…

  • Chocolate Cake
    Dessert,  Holidays

    Chocolate Whoopie Pie Cake

    Chocolate Whoopie Pie Cake  (This is a recipe my mother found in an old church cookbook when I was a child and she has been using it ever since) If you are a fan of whoopie pies, like me, but not a fan of making them, then you are going to love this recipe. This Chocolate Whoopie Pie Cake is so easy to make and only bakes for about 15 minutes. The hardest part about making one of these cakes is flipping the one cake on top of the other. You have to wait until both cakes are cooled then spread the icing on one cake and flip the other…

  • Orange Cake Recipe
    Dessert

    Orange Chiffon Cake ~ Recipe from 1948

    // Orange Chiffon Cake ~ Recipe from 1948 I lost my Nana 3 weeks ago. After a 4 year battle with cancer, cancer finally won. When you know where you are going, death doesn’t have to be a sad or scary thing but rather a celebration. I use the word celebration because I know my Nana is no longer suffering. In fact, I bet she is up in heaven horseback riding this very moment… she loved horses. Cancer may have taken her flesh  but it couldn’t take her soul. No. that belonged to Jesus. I fully believe that she took her last breath here on earth and her very next…

  • Cupcake recipes
    Dessert

    Root Beer Float Cupcakes (only 6 ingredients needed to make these, icing included!)

    // You are not going to believe how EASY these cupcakes are! They are delicious, too! You only need 6 ingredients start to finish for these Root Beer Float Cupcakes. These are a great summertime cupcake. The only bummer is that they should be stored in the fridge due to the heavy cream in the frosting, making it hard to take them to an out door picnic. I guess you could keep them in a cooler? hmmm….  Anyway’s, lets get the ball rolling with these cupcakes =P * These 2 ingredient root beer float cupcake were inspired by the The lady in the Red Rockers two ingredient strawberry cake. If have…