Merry Christmas!!! What a wild Christmas season. If you’re looking to unwind, but not quite ready to wrap up the Christmas season, this drink might be just what you need. It tastes just like a delicious sugar cookie! Next year you might find yourself leaving one of these out for Santa instead of the usual cookies and milk fair, and I bet that will instantly put you on the nice list!
I don’t know about you but with so much going on for the holidays I’m always happy to find a slow cooker recipe that I can make in the morning and it’s ready in the evening. That gives me time to wrap gifts, send Christmas cards, watch Christmas movies, and do some last-minute shopping. Also, who doesn’t like soup during cold winter days?
I’m sure this late into the fall season you’ve had quite a bit of Pumpkin flavored things. However, if you are not burnt out on pumpkin yet, I’m going to show you how to make a classic Betty Crocker Pumpkin bread using a loaf pan that I absolutely adore. I also feel like pumpkin bread that you make at home always tastes better than store-bought. So if you like me find yourself stuck at home, and craving a nice slice of something delicious, keep reading!
This is an EASY treat to make and absolutely delicious. I’ll be honest, it was so simple to make that I didn’t really have much faith in the taste, but I was blown away! It’s everything you would want in a little treat. It’s sweet, it’s salty and it can be a tasty decoration in a big bowl of pumpkin ice cream. No matter how you eat this, you won’t be let down by the flavor.
Here in Massachusetts fall starts to show around the middle of September. The mornings are chilly and in the evenings you the smell of fireplaces burning is in the air.
I’m a huge fan of cooking around the themes of the seasons, and what better way to spoil yourself with an easy to make Caramel Apple Martini. It also comes with an adorable sweet apple, caramel and peanut garnish that just brings everything together.
The duality of life is something frequently encountered. Good vs. Bad. Happy vs Sad. Tired vs Energize and here’s another one for you to pick between (or not): Sweet vs. Savory! Don’t worry though, once you know how to make a crepe what you put into it is all up to you so don’t be afraid to experiment a little. I LOVE Crepes, but I’ve always heard that they are tough to make. I decided to be brave though, and try this recipe to make a delicious breakfast, and it was a LOT easier than I thought it would be. So I’m happy to pass this on to you.
I actually had planned to make a carrot cake, but I couldn’t find some of the ingredients. I decided instead to show you how to make these overnight oats with everything you probably have already in your pantry. They’re filling, sweet, and healthy coming in at (408 calories per serving) and will keep you feeling full till lunch. The best part is, they can be made ahead of time and then they just sit in your fridge till morning!
Happy first day of Spring!!!! If you happen to live in the Massachusetts area, you know that this usually means less snow, but more rain and it’s still pretty cold outside at times. So what better way to celebrate the season change, but still keep warm than with this beautiful delicate cookie paired with a classic Earl Grey Tea?
You know romance is in the air when you can get a gingerbread cookie and a snickerdoodle in one cookie! Imagine how much better that chewy cookie would be if it was dipped in white chocolate and sprinkled with holiday-themed sugar? If that sounds too good to be true, prepare to be amazed and read on for the recipe!
Growing up, I often had to raise money to go camping and things like that and raising money in typical kid fashion means having a bake sale. My mother use to whip up these amazing mini cheesecakes and they always SOLD OUT. Seriously and that’s not even the best part. They’re crazy easy make and THEY FREEZE!!!! Why is that so cool? Because sometimes you may not want cheesecake every night that week. You can freeze one mini and that’s it, save the rest for later! So I hope these are a knockout in your home as it was in mine.