Turtle Bourbon Pecan Tart with pecans, chocolate and Four Roses bourbon – heavenly!
I absolutely love angel food cake and topping it with warm, chocolate gravy simply puts it over the top. Chocolate gravy is a southern staple, served on everything from cake like this – to warm biscuits for breakfast.
Peanut Butter Bars are a yummy snack for on the go – soft and chewy like a peanut butter brownie.
Mississippi Mud Slow Cooker Cake is a rich brownie and chocolaty sauce cooked together in your slow cooker. A perfect dessert for your chocolate lovers!
Toss out the boxed mixes, this Classic Yellow Cake is all you need to create the perfect cupcakes or birthday cake!
Today I am sharing with you a new cookbook called Sharing Morocco: Exotic Flavors from My Kitchen to Yours –by Ruth Barnes.
Casseroles are the epitome of comfort food and what better way to end a great meal, than with dessert casserole. Butterscotch Bread Pudding is creamy and delicious with a hint of bourbon caramel and a sprinkling of pecans.
Today I am sharing a recipe – Gingerbread Pear Crumble – from a very interesting cookbook – OATrageous Oatmeals: Delicious & Surprising Plant-Based Dishes From This Humble, Heart-Healthy Grain by Kathy Hester
Chocolate chip blonde brownies are classic, simple and irresistible!
Pumpkin Scones with Maple Glaze are my addition for the Fabulous Fall Food Festival today with the Sunday Supper team.
This time of year, many people turn to the famous “pumpkin spice latte” drink that you can find in local coffee shops just after the beginning of September. Well, a few years ago, I decided to take that iconic Autumn beverage and turn it into a cupcake – and here it is!
Fresh raspberry in a pillow of whipped cream make these Raspberry Fools a down right heavenly dessert.
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…
This week the Sunday Supper team is bringing you recipes for CHILLING! I’ve shared my yummy homemade mocha latte ice cream recipe, which I recently made for our Independence Day barbecue.
This week the Sunday Supper team is being joined by American Family Insurance to share with your family favorite recipes. Recipes that we have overhauled to make healthier than the original versions we love. I think most parents have issues getting their kids to eat veggies. So finding creative ways to sneak them in becomes…
When I was a kid, my parents enjoyed occasionally taking the family out to dinner at a local Mexican restaurant. One of the biggest treats about going to this particular restaurant, was that when we went, Mom & Dad would let us get virgin Piña Coladas. I’ve always loved pineapple and coconut together, and to…
Sometimes simple is better, as today’s recipe event is going to demonstrate. Each recipe shared today for Sunday Supper has the prerequisite of containing only 5 ingredients or less! Not only is that economical, but it allows the flavors of what you are enjoying, to really come out. For my contribution, I’ve shared this simple…
Rustic Zucchini cake is an unpretentious, moist and flavorful, lightly sweet cake topped with dreamy cream cheese frosting.
I’m so excited to share this recipe with you today. When this event was announced with the theme of “Springtime Sweets” – this was the very first thing that popped into my head. And man oh man, I’m so glad it did. Strawberry Lemonade Cupcakes – a lightly lemony cupcake topped with creamy frosting with…
My friend Heather of girlichef announced a few weeks ago that today was National Margarita day – and said we should celebrate with a whole slew of margarita recipes. I jumped on board, because it was the perfect excuse to make these Margarita Cupcakes that I have been dying to make! Now, I’m not a…
A classic pumpkin pie topped with crunchy, delicious Streusel! Monday through Friday this week, I have been sharing a variety of pie recipes for my first ever “Pie Week,” and I thought this was the perfect finale to finish it off!
For day 4 of “Pie Week” I’m bringing you Caramel Apple Pie! This lovely pie gets its flavor from a delicious homemade caramel sauce – a sauce that you can use for all sorts of things besides just this amazing pie.
This silky, “chocolatey” pie will simply melt in your mouth. Chocolate Pie is here for my third segment of “Pie Week.”
For the second day of my “Pie Week,” I am bringing you a recipe that has been passed down from my children’s great-great-grandmother.