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“Pots de Creme” complements of the great Ree Drummond is a crowd-pleaser for sure. It’s a delicious easy dessert, very clever how it comes together. It’s something like custard, pudding, and mousse all in one bite. Bon Appetite! Enjoy! NOTE: … Continue reading
Always seeking a great cookies recipe. Cookies are so easy to make and fun to share. This copycat recipe, Mrs. Field’s White Chocolate Chip Cookies from Butterwithasideofbread.com (great name for a culinary page) is terrific. We amped up the white … Continue reading
Anything chocolate is great, right! So we had to try these Chewy Chocolate Cookies from Allrecipes.com. They turned out great, very chewy, somewhat like a brownie just as the recipe stated. We used pecans our favorite nut for cookies. Enjoy!
Sally’s Baking Addiction ( what a great name for a cooking web site) offers a delicious Red Velvet Cheesecake Swirl Brownie for those with a sweet took and a passion for red velvet! These are easy to prep and give … Continue reading
A Kentucky favorite and a holiday favorite as well, Bourbon Balls! I have had a recipe for decades and lost it in a recent move, so found this one to be a very close match. But suggest adding a 1/4 … Continue reading
Delicious cookie just perfect for the holidays! Ghirardelli White Chocolate morsels and Macadamia nut cookies. Found one recipe on the side of the Ghirardelli morsels and this one is much the same. Have fun! Enjoy.
A holiday favorite, Kentucky Bourbon Balls! This sweet treat is simple to make and great to enjoy over the holidays. I have made these for decades and lost my original recipe and found this one to be close, just add … Continue reading
We have not made peanut brittle in years! My grandmother in law always made the best peanut brittle at the holidays. So this holiday season, why not! Right! We are stuck at home, so let’s cook. You simply have to … Continue reading
Simple and delicious Peppermint Meringues – sure to please every crowd! Place the meringue mixture into a plastic storage bag, clip one corner and pipe quarter size mounds onto the foil or parchment paper. Top with crushed candy canes. Bake … Continue reading