These brownies are called PMS brownies because they are sweet and salty. I guess. On Sunday, my husband and I are going on a 21 day diet to jumpstart healthy eating and living. So of course we had to go out with a bang. Start with your fave brownie mix. Top with 1/4 to […]
Source Kugel is a traditional Jewish dessert. The word is Yiddish for ball and this dish is related to the German Gugelhupf. It’s rather casserole-like which also makes me fond of it. I first tried Kugel a few years back and really liked it. It kind of reminds me of a sweet macaroni and cheese. I hesitate […]
Source Bake For Good was a three-city tour hosted by King Arthur Flour that combined baking education with volunteering. Bloggers received hands-on instruction in pie and yeast-bread making. Skills were then put into practice baking dozens of pies and loaves of bread for a sit-down meal served at the Family Service Center in St. Paul.
I make these every Christmas. They are the Pioneer Woman Cinnamon Rolls with Maple Icing. They are not too hard but they take a few hours but it’s mostly down time (rising, refrigerating dough, etc). They are really good!
Source This is the kind of thing I would like to make but never do. It wouldn’t be a big hit in my house and I just don’t have the time for superfluous things. This would be a great thing to bring to the office where there are lots of people. At home I tend […]
Source 1. Chocolate chip cookies 2. Brownies 3. Apple pie 4. Sweet potato pie 5. Pound cake 6. Pecan Pie 7. Banana pudding 8. Oatmeal raisin cookies 9. Banana bread 10. Blueberry muffins Let’s face it folks, sometimes simple is best. When it comes to baking these are my favorites to bake. These are old […]
One Saturday morning I woke up and there was nothing to eat. We had no bread for toast. There was no yogurt. And I didn’t want the leftover salmon for breakfast. So I said to myself, “Self, why don’t you bake something?” I had flour and other essentials so I grabbed my handy Back in […]
Source Jam Roly-Poly is a traditional British pudding probably first created in the early 19th century. It is a flat-rolled suet pudding, which is spread with jam and rolled up, similar to a Swiss roll, then steamed or baked. Jam Roly-Poly was also known as shirt-sleeve pudding, because it was often steamed and served in […]
Source Pandowdy is a deep-dish spiced apple dessert sweetened with sugar, molasses, or maple syrup and covered with a rich crust. This classic American dessert from the 19th century is “dowdied” up when the dough is cut into pieces instead of being left whole. It looks very apple pie-ish.