I’ve teamed with up with four other blogs to bring you a pre-Mother’s Day Family Recipe Swap. At least once a week, my Mom would bake cookies and these chocolate chip cookies were my favorite.
It doesn’t happen very often but I treasure the Saturday mornings when I can linger with a cup of coffee, read through a magazine and enjoy a leisurely breakfast. There’s nothing like starting your day off with a hearty meal surrounded by your friends or family. Here are the ingredients you’ll need to start your day off right with an easy to make veggie and herb omelet:
As you guys know my sister welcomed a new baby into her family about two weeks ago. My mom has us all on “casserole patrol” and it was my turn to take them a meal this past weekend. I decided to make a batch of classic blondies to take for dessert.
It’s been one of my February baking goals to learn to make scones. S goes to Starbucks almost every morning on the way to work and without fail I am regaled with tales of their Cranberry and Orange Scones.
It’s been rainy and cold in Florida most of the week. I’m getting back to basics in the kitchen making banana bread with chocolate chips. This easy recipe is perfect for rushed mornings or relaxing afternoons.
Every year my Granny gives me a mounding plate of all of her signature-baked goods like Martha Washington balls, peanut butter cups, divinity and peanut brittle. In addition to all the sweet treats, she also gives me a huge bag of shelled pecans from her pecan grove. It’s a dream gift for a fellow baker. With this in mind, I thought I would share a recipe for Pecan Pound Cake.
I bake at least once a week and during the holidays sometimes it’s two or three times a week. So the other day, I was getting out my materials to make cookies.
Happy Halloween! We had a fantastic night last night participating in an event at the zoo. The community comes together to decorate pumpkins, pass out candy and even dress in costumes to make the entire place feel spooky.
There are three fur balls currently sitting on my feet. And my torn jeans are, um, snug. Really snug, which is ironic given that I’m about to share a recipe for Apple Butterscotch Bars.
Since today is the first day back for Feel Good Fridays, I thought I would do something completely different. I’ve decided to tell you a super embarrassing story.
Welcome to the recipe portion of our Fall Blog Series! I’m glad you’re here. My earliest memories can be found in the kitchen. I can still picture my Mom at the counter looking through cookbooks.
Since we’re kicking off a new school year today, I thought it fitting to revisit a favorite post from last year. My sister LiLi and Moses guest posted for me while I was on vacation. They shared an easy afternoon pretzel snack that’s perfect for hungry littles.