The first time I made this cake was for a pot luck. As my husband & I stood near the cake table, we overheard two women say, “Have you seen that coconut cake? Everyone says it is delicious!” This cake is lush & delicious, and pot luck approved!
This delicious quiche is so easy to make and a showy addition to your breakfast table. Perfect for Sunday brunch or a special occasion morning meal.
Sweet & salty is always an awesome combo! The honey icing and crispy pork panko topping is money. Frying the pork panko up a bit to get it extra crunchy was so perfect for these fluffy donuts!
This flavorful, highly textured salad is delicious! We served it with smoked ribs. The salad is full of grains and greens, which went perfectly with the rich smoked meat. It’s Mediterranean undertones make it particularly divine for any kind of grilled meat or fish. The addition of dried currants or cranberries make it sweet and tangy. This herby, healthy salad is a fun new addition to my salad collection.
Scones are one of my fav things to make for breakfast. They’re simple, satisfying and tasty. I made these with jumbo raisins for a little twist. Would also be perfect with a little butter and your afternoon tea or coffee!
Banana bread for chocolate lovers is a thing, right? This easy banana bread won’t last 5 minutes after coming out out of the oven. It’s delicious & pretty to look at, too. Enjoy!
Who else has the best memories of this soup? I’m guessing most of you had the Campbell’s version like I did when I was little. Too replicate this childhood favorite, I used Stelline Pasta and chopped the fresh onion, carrots & celery really small. I did the same with the chicken breasts. This nostalgic soup was a big hit with the fam!
With Mardi Gras celebrations in full swing, you’re going to want to add this King Cake inspired no churn ice cream to your dessert menu. I used store bought vanilla pound cake & cinnamon to mimic that King Cake flavor. The purple, green & yellow sugar crystals really bring this ice cream to life. Let the good times roll!
This is a friend’s grandmother’s recipe and I was so honored to receive it. I had to make some adjustments to make it easier to understand, but otherwise it’s a genuine handed down family recipe. These cookies are very popular in South Texas and I’ve always wanted to make them from scratch. They’re quite easy and make a lot of cookies.
This reimagined taco soup is packed full of fresh veg, legumes all-natural beef. Just a little extra effort makes this healthier version of a classic an awesome addition to your easy soup collection. The traditional version uses canned goods. Not this one!! Fresh chopped tomatoes and corn straight off the cob are simple and yummy changes. It’s still ready in 20 minutes & so delicious!