This deliciously rich Fudge Pudding Cake creates its own chocolate sauce, right in the pan while it bakes. Think of a warm cobbler, only chocolate. You are going to love this dessert, and your family will be asking for it again, and again.
These moist and delicious pumpkin streusel muffins are the perfect treat for an autumn morning.
Start your your day off with your morning coffee and one of these wholesome apple scones.
Mocha Latte Chocolate Chip Muffins are the perfect way to treat your family.
Classic homemade blondies are a simple treat to make…what is hard is keeping them from disappearing!
Bourbon Banana Crumb Muffins are a wonderful treat, paired with your morning coffee…or afternoon tea.
There’s nothing better than a warm loaf of bread, fresh from your oven. Homemade bread and a jar of homemade preserves make a great gift from your kitchen.
Simple and delicious French Bread, fresh from your oven.
Tender muffins filled with your Thanksgiving cranberry sauce leftovers, make a delicious start to your morning.
Who doesn’t love gingerbread during the holiday season? Enjoy that festive flavor in these tender gingerbread brownies.
Blackberry scones drizzled with a simple lemon glaze makes for a delicious brunch or “I love you” breakfast.
Light and fluffy muffins filled with granola goodness.
Peppermint Mocha Cookies have all of the wintery comfort of a delicious hot coffee drink in the shape of a fun little treat.
Oatmeal Refrigerator Cookies are buttery and crisp – perfect for with a mug of hot cocoa on a cool day.
Delicious homemade energy bars filled with nuts, dried fruit and oats.
Pumpkin Scones with Maple Glaze are my addition for the Fabulous Fall Food Festival today with the Sunday Supper team.
This week the Sunday Supper team is bringing you a Summer BBQ Party – and no party is complete without dessert! I happen to love lemon desserts in the summer – they are crisp and fresh and light-tasting. These Lemon Ricotta Bars are a delicate crust topped with creamy lemon ricotta. It’s like a sugar…
I first made this recipe many years ago when we lived in our beloved farmhouse in the countryside of North Carolina. We had three dogs at the time and I had just begun doing much more baking at home. (2008) “What!? Did you say Dog treats!?!?!?!?!” My doggies got a taste of these, and have…
Holey socks, isn’t that a mouthful? Here is what I love about trifles: They are super-simple, yet look so fancy. They are a life-saver if your cake sticks in the pan and falls apart! You don’t have to waste that cake – just throw one of these together.