These garlic cheese biscuits, similar to the Red Lobster biscuit recipe, and are perfect with everything from soups, salads, and so much more! My son’s favorite biscuits have been my cheddar biscuits since we was a toddler. He’s learned how to make them on his own, but I still love to be in the kitchen read more »
Sweet Potato Fries are simple to make and so scrumptious to eat! Baked in the oven, you’ll find yourself making these sweet potato fries as much as possible. Sweet Potato Fries are seriously addictive and one of the best things in all the land. Seriously. I can’t get enough of them. Luckily, since they are baked in read more »
Homemade Cracker Jacks made with caramel, popcorn, and peanuts makes a classic childhood treat! The perfect blend of salty, sweet, and nutty are all in this favorite popcorn recipe for homemade cracker jacks. They are so simple to make that having the recipe may be kind of dangerous! Ha!
This marinated flank steak recipe gives you a tender, flavorful cut of steak that practically melts in your mouth. The secret is in the marinade and quick cooking time at a high temperature. We love steak recipes at my house and it seems like we are always experimenting with different cuts, different marinades, different marinating read more »
Cinnamon honey butter makes a delicious addition to so many dishes. From sweet potatoes to a bowl of oatmeal, this cinnamon honey butter compound will be a favorite! I love the simplicity of making my own compound butters and this cinnamon honey butter has to be one of my favorites.
Swedish meatballs make a delicious dish served as an appetizer or as a main meal. This family recipe is made from scratch and is a favorite! Growing up, whenever Mama would make her Swedish meatballs, I couldn’t wait until time for supper. I’d stand as close by her side as she’d let me as she read more »
Simple chocolate no bake cookies make a perfect sweet treat. Made with cocoa powder, peanut butter, and oats, these no bake cookies are a favorite. These classic chocolate no bake cookies have been one of my favorite sweet treats since I was a little girl. I remember standing as close as possible at the stove read more »
The Perfect Chocolate Buttercream Frosting recipe is essential when it comes to birthday cakes and other celebrations around my house. It compliments so many delicious cakes and cupcakes, but my favorite is when it paired with my favorite chocolate cake recipe, chocolate cupcakes or even my white cake recipe. But seriously, it is pretty delicious read more »
These Cinnamon Sugar Knots could not be any easier to make if I tried. Or any more delicious. Or more perfect in my book. I started to call them cinnamon sugar love knots, but then Little Buddy told me that that name just wouldn’t be too cool for him to ask for me to make read more »
Sloppy Joes have always been one of my favorite fast-fix foods. Throughout college, they were a staple that my roommates and I turned to time and again. Truth be told, we probably had Sloppy Joes a little bit too often. But goodness, how can you not love them? And if we’d even thought to make read more »
Cornbread Waffles have to be one of my favorite things in the whole world. Seriously. They are so easy to make and perfect for serving with a ton of different dishes. And, it doesn’t hurt that Little Buddy has always thought they were the coolest thing ever. Which means he’s always eaten them and whatever read more »
Spaghetti sauce is one of those classic recipes that everyone has their own little twists and turns in how they make it, but the concept is all fairly similar. And yet, it is also one of those recipes that you can quickly use in any number of ways. So, I guess what I’m saying is, read more »
This Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie is seriously one of those recipes you’ll make, fall in love with, and turn around and make as soon as that pie has been gobbled up. Which will probably be sooner than you think. Wait. You don’t do that? Hmmm. Oh well, this chocolate chip cookie pie will seriously make read more »
This Sugar Cookie Recipe has been in my family for years and years. It is one of those cookie recipes that we pull out each year to make Christmas cookies. Through the years, we’ve tried a few variations off my family’s sugar cookie recipe and especially with the decorations. Mama would make a quick cookie read more »
This simple cookie icing recipe is one that I always turn to whenever we are decorating cookies around our house. It has been in my family for as long as I can remember and isn’t going away anytime soon! It works great for spreading or piping onto cookies, whichever you prefer. You can also easily read more »
Sugar Cookies are one of my very favorite cookies in the entire world. Seriously. They are truly one of the most perfect cookies ever. I thought it would be fun to share my favorite chewy Sugar Cookie Recipe during my 12 Days of Cookies series this year. Because, as much as I love them throughout read more »
Happy Thanksgiving! Boy, do I have a delicious holiday appetizer to share with you! You know, just in case you need one more thing to make today or this weekend or even on into the rest of the holiday season. It’s a keeper! Baked brie makes one of those classic, easy, elegant and oh so read more »
French Silk Pie is absolutely one of my favorite pies in all the land. For example, whenever we go to a restaurant and there is a French Silk Pie on the menu, I feel obliged to order it just for at least one taste. “Just one bite,” I tell myself. It never quiet read more »
These Peach Pie Pops are absolutely, undeniably one of the cutest little pies I’ve made. Ever. And, I have to let you in on a little secret, too. They only took two ingredients to make them. Well, three if you want to count the lollipop stick, but two for the actual pie.
Cheesy Bacon Bread makes a super fast, simple, savory recipe that is just as easy for making as a quick snack as it is elegant for serving when entertaining. And let me just tell you, this cheesy bacon bread is just as ah-diccccc-tivvve as it is delicious, which means it will become on of those read more »