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Tag Archives: dessert
Summer may be over but we can still enjoy the taste of summer all year long. Try this strawberry cobbler
I am a sucker for desserts, especially chocolate. One of my favorite “go-to” desserts is this Triple Chocolate Pound Cake.
Monkey Bread was very popular during the 90’s. While it may have lost some of it’s popularity, my family still gets excited over this sweet breakfast treat.
Today is National Pecan Pie Day. Why this holiday is hosted in July, I will never know. Pecans do not come into season until the fall. Maybe it was designed to encourage us to use up all the pecans we … Continue reading
I love Apple Crumble. For years it was my go to dessert any time we had company. It is easy to make, and the house smells heavenly while it bakes.
I remember as a girl, growing up in Michigan, picking wild blueberries near our house. My friends and I would set out armed with old butter tubs. What we did not eat was brought home. My mom would save them … Continue reading
I adore Lemon Pound Cake. What’s not to love. A simple cake made using a box mix with the delicate taste of lemon. And it requires no icing. It’s perfect for dessert and for breakfast.
Recently, I found Mamaw’s recipe for Sour Cream Pound Cake. I had to give it a try. This is a traditional pound cake. While dense like a pound cake should be it has a delicate flavor. It is great on … Continue reading
Today is National Pie Day. It should not be confused with National Pi Day which is on March 14th. National Pie Day is sponsored by the American Pie Council. In recognition of this “great” day, I wanted to share my … Continue reading
Every year I make a ton of Christmas cookies. What my family does not consume goes to the neighbors, my husband’s office or Christmas parties. One of my favorite things to make each year is Peppermint Marshmallows.