This season is all about partying evidently. I have been to MORE parties in the last few weeks than I have been in my entire life — no joke. Because of that, I am having to make more party foods. My newest creation is Bacon and Cheddar Pinwheels. Heavens to mergatroid — these things are ADDICTIVE!
Over the Thanksgiving weekend, I fixed many traditional dishes for our dinner, such as my yummy Old Fashioned Cherry Cheesecake, Sweet Potato Casserole, and holiday brined turkey. A new dish on the menu this year though was Corn Pudding. Sweet heavens — this stuff is amazing!
I was sent a complimentary bag of Sun Chips and other kitchen goodies in exchange for sharing this post with you. All opinions listed are my own.
Now that Thanksgiving is officially over, I have a gazillion pounds of turkey I need to use up. With that means I will be recreating some new dishes with turkey as the main ingredient. Since I am a huge Mexican cuisine fan, I decided to start with my favorite and create a Turkey BBQ Crunch Quesadilla.
Tomorrow is the BIG Turkey day around here, so today I am already starting to cook. I have desserts to prepare, casseroles to make and get ready for the oven tomorrow, and birds to thaw. My day is SO busy — but I couldn’t let this day pass without sharing with you my yummy Green Bean Casserole recipe.
I received complimentary coupons in exchange for sharing this post with you. All opinions listed are my own.
While I was at the Type-A Parent Conference back in September, I had the pleasure of trying a highly addictive frozen food product while I was there — Wyman’s of Maine.
Last night I made one of the most amazing porkchop dishes I have ever made in my entire life. Everyone in the family loved them. I made Grilled Orange Rosemary Pork chops and let me tell you — they were AHmazing!
Last night at church we had our annual Thanksgiving feast. I signed up to bring hashbrown casserole and deviled eggs. See — here in the South, Deviled eggs and hashbrown casserole are staples –serious staples around any Thanksgiving table.
The thing with these delicious little devils (the eggs I mean) is that if you don’t get them just right — they will taste horrible. So I wanted to share with you my foolproof egg recipe for the most amazing deviled eggs you will ever put in your mouth.
I was provided with complimentary products in exchange for sharing this post with you. No other compensation was received. All opinions listed are my own.
I am a lover of Chex Mix. You will find it in my pantry at all times, and if I go to a party — you can bet I will be the one hoarding the bowl. While I love Chex Mix in the bag, there is nothing like homemade Chex Mix. To celebrate the fall season and pumpkin flavor, I would love to share a recipe I was introduced to — Pumpkin Pie Crunch Chex Mix.
I was sent a complimentary gift pack from Karo Syrup and Fleischmann’s Yeast in exchange for posting a recipe and the information in this blog post. No other compensation was received. All opinions are 100% my own.
I love baking things and delivering them to people when they are under the weather. Baking for a cause is my small way of giving back. This past week, I decided to try my hand at making Pecan Pie Bars because I plan on using this recipe for a baking cause that is coming up that I am passionate about.
Anytime I am in need of a chocolate fix, I always turn to brownies. Some of my favorites are Caramel brownies, but making caramel from scratch is a long and laborious process. Using the new Werther’s Baking Caramels, Kayla and I were able to create a delicious new brownie recipe. Let me introduce you to Caramel Pecan Turtle Brownies.