This cool desert is easy to assemble. A cookie at the bottom makes a simple but tasty crust. Continue reading
I love making muffins on a cold morning. These warm up my kitchen and little tummies nicely. But getting out of bed extra early to prep them when my bed is so warm is not easy. I make them the night before instead. I follow all directions, pour the batter in the paper liners and everything. BUT I DO NOT BAKE! Instead I cover my metal baking pan with press and seal wrap and place it in the freezer. In the morning I pull out the muffins and set them on top of my oven while I preheat it. Then I bake! They taste fresh and warm. Occasionally a recipe needs an extra 2 minutes or so, but just test for doneness before removing from the oven. Continue reading
These easy pumpkin squares make a simple, sweet dessert. Continue reading
I put dried plums, from my aunt’s plum tree, in these scones, but any dried fruit will work. Try raisins, dried cranberries, pears or apples! Continue reading
I use my crock pot for more than just “cook all day” meals. It is very handy for canned meats and beans when I want to heat well and I don’t want to watch a pot. The flavors in this meal marry well and add variety to my food storage. Continue reading
Soft and Snappy? Yes. These cookies are very soft, yet they have a snap in the ginger flavor that really pleases. I use butter AND white flour in these cookies. If I am going to take the time to make cookies I want them to taste great!
I love when I get to use my dried and freeze dried vegetables. They really cut down on prep time and I have no need to saute’ them to make them recipe ready. This recipe becomes super fast, but looks super fancy. Continue reading