Lemon and blueberry is like a flavor match made in heaven. Truly. So, I decided to try my hand at this combination but adapted from a sour cream blueberry cake recipe that my husband’s grandmother had in an anonymous newspaper column clipping.
Cobbler is a time honored comfort food, and it’s very easy to make. I like using my stand mixer to make it extra simple and to cut back on clean up.
Classic Date Squares recipe and tutorial for your holiday menu.
Don’t let the name keep you from having a slice warm with butter and coffee in the morning.
When you want a cake but have no time, use your Kitchen Aid to whip up a lazy day cake.
The trick to this amazing recipe is to bake the bacon. Cover a standard cookie sheet with foil and lay out your bacon (I use center cut and can fit 8-10 strips). Place the sheet in the oven and then set the oven for 350. Bake for approximately 20 minutes, you want it just to the […]
Do you have candy canes left over from the holiday festivities? Santa always decorates our Christmas tree with a dozen candy canes, and the kids enjoying trying to find them all on Christmas morning. This peppermint ice cream recipe is a unique way to use up candy canes and spread the peppermint goodness. Even though […]
Beets have been a long-time favorite and for good reason – easy to grow, sweeter than you would expect, and colorful making it a yummy kids treat. But beets in a cake? Can you do that? Apparently so! Caroline says, Remember how I’ve made chocolate things with black beans? Well, it’s like that. You hide them […]
With Micah’s determination to have a tractor party I decided to find a treat that would be in keeping with the theme. I’d seen a picture on pinterest of a chocolate pretzel heap that was called a haystack but it bothered me that they were covered in chocolate. I decided to create my own version that would […]
According to the Survival Spot, sweeteners will be one of the top ten things that will disappear during a national disaster. I don’t know about you, but I am NOT going to go through hard times without sugar!!! But it does seem to be something that I have a hard time keeping stocked up (probably […]
These dessert ideas are ideal for the cook who is not used to cooking dairy-free, but wishes to accommodate lactose-intolerant guests. Many of the dairy-free substitute foods available, such as soy or tofu ice cream, bear very little resemblance to the real thing and are unlikely to be appreciated by non-allergic guests.