I know there are a lot of gluten-free recipes out there that promise to deliver thick, fudgy and delicious brownies. But, somehow they fall short. This is one gluten-free brownie recipe that really does deliver!
Today marks the first day of the 15-day celebration of Chinese New Year, the Year of the Snake! It’s the perfect time to gather friends and family and prepare some delicious Asian cuisine.
Chocolate and peppermint are a great combination and perfect for the holiday season. So when I saw a recipe for homemade peppermint patties years ago in a Taste of Home magazine I was super excited.
I’ll admit the end result tasted great, but they didn’t look so pretty. My mom, sisters, and I have continued to make the recipe, tweaking it until we finally got it right. Now, they look as nice as they taste.
Cranberrylets Directions: We’ve always dusted these in confectioners’ sugar, but I think extra fine granulated sugar would make these really sparkle. Grease an 8 inch square pan. In… Read More »
My sister found this recipe in an old Nestle Cookbook. We think it’s a fun variation from your typical caramel corn recipe.
With no candy thermometer and easy to find ingredients, it’s a simple recipe to prepare; just don’t stray to far from the kitchen, as it does need stirred or shaken quite frequently.
I got together with my mom and my sister for a holiday candy making extravaganza. Seriously, we made like 10 kinds of sweet treats, these being among the favorites.
This Candy Bar Fudge resembles a candy bar, hence the name. However, they look and taste much more complicated than they really are. No one will ever guess you use the microwave to make this recipe. It’s a chewy caramel layer of goodness packed with peanuts and surrounded with fudge. Seriously, few things say Merry Christmas like a plate of this fudge.
With chocolate, peanut butter, and large marshmallows, today’s recipe is sure to be a hit with the kids in your life. But who are we kidding, the grownups will probably enjoy them too!
I have one of those fancy cookie press guns that produce cute shapes, perfect for the holidays. Well, my oldest daughter always loved making Buttery Spritz Cookies and coloring the dough a vibrant red or green color for Christmas.
Since going gluten-free we haven’t been able to enjoy the tradition, so this year when a reader, Tami, commented on Facebook that she would like a good spritz cookie for her cookie press, I decided it was time to convert my old favorite recipe.
I love sweet potatoes, so when I saw a recipe for a mashed version full of butter and maple syrup I was all ears
Growing up, my husband’s and my families both always served the jellied cranberry sauce with turkey. And interestingly enough, we have very different interpretations of this holiday side dish. He loves the stuff. It’s sweet, jellied, and slices lovely. It’s like jellied cranberry goodness from a can.