Friday, September 23, 2011
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Monday, September 19, 2011
Doesn't the name alone just want to make
you grab a cup of coffee, a fork and dig in??
This coffee cake is so moist and delicious....
beware once you pick up the fork it will be hard to put it down!
This recipe was adapted from the Chronicles of Windy Ridge's
Apple Coffee cake... check it out!!
Cream shortening and butter until light and fluffy...
Throw in a couple of eggs and vanilla; beat.
In another bowl, mix your dry ingredients:
Add dry ingredients and sour cream to mixture...
Add your peaches...
Don't skimp on the peaches!!! We used frozen peaches
and we were wishing we had added more!
Stir it all in!
Pour into greased pan.
For the topping: brown sugar, cinnamon, and butter.
Sprinkle the top with the topping and walnuts or pecans...
ready for the oven!
The recipe says to cool completely... if you can wait; do it!!!
Friday, September 16, 2011
Chewy, Chocolaty, nutty goodness!
And Kinda dangerous to have sitting around the house!!
Start with a Betty Crocker double chocolate chunk
cookie mix and add oil, water, egg and pecans.
Drop onto cookie sheet and bake for 7 minutes....
Remove from oven and top each cookie with 1/2 of
a large marshmallow.
For the frosting...
in a saucepan, melt chocolate chips over low heat.
Remove from heat;
add whipping cream, butter and vanilla.
Stir in powdered sugar until smooth.
covering the marshmallow!
And Dig In!!!
**Recipe adapted from Betty Crocker
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Monday, August 29, 2011
I just love a good sandwich and a panini is a great way to go!
Very easy to throw together....
with lots of fresh flavors!
Oven roasted chicken = deli chicken... all the work is
done for you! (Love that!)
oven roasted chicken
deli smoked ham
roasted red pepper
Spread one side of bread with mayo and the other with pesto....
layer meats, cheese and peppers.
Throw on panini maker for a few minutes.....
Once cheese is melted and bread is toasted....
you are ready to dig in!
**Recipe adapted from Cooking with Sugar blog
Monday, August 22, 2011
With all the fresh fruit in season, this is a great way to throw together
and quick and nummy dessert!
We got these blackberries from a local farmers market...
so fresh and juicy!
I just love the look of "mini" desserts!
Grease your ramekin and layer up the berries.
Sprinkle fruit with any juices from the fruit, sugar and cornstarch.
(If you don't have any juice from the berry, add a little lemon juice.)
Mix until all incorporated!
Top with ice cream!!
Enjoy your quick and cute mini dessert!