If you like pecan pie, this recipe is going to blow you away! It’s not your average recipe. There’s browned butter, a rich and delicious caramel filling, a good helping of pecans and then topped with a buttery streusel topping.
I made this pie for Thanksgiving and it was a hit! It’s a very rich pie, so it will go a long way and keep your family full. The bits of toffee in the filling adds a whole new level of deliciousness in this pie. I’ll never make another pecan pie without it!
Every year, the PTO at my kid’s school hosts dinner and dessert for our teachers on the first day of fall conferences. I usually pick a dessert to make and struggled with making a decision this year. I look through my folders on Pinterest and found this recipe for brownies. I mean, who doesn’t like brownies with peanut butter and marshmallow fudge?
They were really good, super decadent, but oh so good! My family was disappointed to learn I wasn’t make the brownies for them, but were surprised when I saved them a few. They were devoured immediately and I got two thumbs up.
Lately, I’ve been in a rut for dinner. We’ve been eating the same almost every week and I decided it was time to change that. I’ve been in the mood for garlic beef and found this recipe I had pinned.
My kids complained the entire time about what I was making – but lately that’s been a common theme around here. It’s exhausting and I’m blaming it on the recent phase of Mercury being in retrograde. I enjoyed the meal and it was a nice change.
My kids were doing so well and eating the bananas I’ve been buying for the last month … except last week. Not sure what changed, but there was four lonely bananas sitting on my counter that needed to be used up. I wasn’t in the mood to make a banana bread and decided to make a cake instead. Boy am I glad I went with this recipe!
It takes just like banana bread, but has a crunchy layer on top from sugar. It was so good and added the amount of sweetness the cake needed. My kids devoured it!
It seems winter has arrived really early here in PA and that makes me want to only eat soup. We’re already a big soup loving family … well, at least 3 of the 4 of us are. 🙂 I was looking for a soup to make in the slow cooker last week and stumbled across this recipe. I’m so glad I did.
The soup is creamy and packed with chicken, vegetables and wild rice. It was delicious – even better as leftovers!
I love apple pie, but have not had much time to make one lately. I found this recipe in my grocery store’s magazine and knew I had to try it especially since I had all the ingredients in my pantry. The crumb topping is delicious and the shortbread crust and apple filling makes these the handheld version of pie.
Pigs in a blanket are a favorite party food, but when you add a little “bit of everything”, you get a twist!
I whipped up a batch of these to enjoy while we watched football on Sunday. They made for a great snack and were delicious – even my son who doesn’t like hot dogs, devoured these!
These bars are the the best of both worlds – a rich fudgy brownies topped with a creamy cheesecake layer. Add in crushed Oreo cookies and chocolate chips and you have this decadent dessert.
Last week, was a bit stressful for me and I find that baking helps me relax. I’m in the crunch of the last few days before the election and see if I am voted in to represent my fellow residents as a school board director. It’s been a crazy ride, but I feel that I have a really good chance of being elected.
But back to these dessert bars … If you love chocolate, cheesecake and oreo cookies, you must give them a try! My kids thought they were amazing and they’re enjoyed all the perks of me being stressed out.
I love cauliflower, but my family doesn’t so when I buy a head of it, I usually have to find ways to enjoy it. I’ve been craving soup lately and thought I would give this one a try. It was so creamy without any heavy cream or milk.
It’s perfect soup to pair with a green salad or a hunk of crusty bread.
I am so excited to see fresh cranberries popping up in my grocery store and couldn’t wait to grab a bag to make these delicious scones! Plus, they were perfect to share during #Choctoberfest! The roasted cranberries with maple are divine and the dark chocolate chips add the perfect touch of sweetness. They are perfect with a cup of coffee on a cool, fall day.
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