Many people are starting to plan Christmas parties and cookie exchanges! If you need a new recipe idea, here is a great one from the Pioneer Woman! Lacey says it is heaven on a pan! 😊
I worked the polls on Election Day last week and I knew it would be a very long and interesting day. When I got home that night, after working over 15 hours, I enjoyed one of these muffins. I think I will probably remember the 2016 election (the good, the bad and the ugly) every time I make this recipe in the future 😊
The picture above is before baking. I reduced the amount of spinach, added an extra egg, and added green and yellow peppers.
Neither of us liked this recipe. But I think it would be great with more eggs and no spinach. We’ll save the extra veggies for dinner 😊
This is the absolute BEST BBQ sauce recipe! I have tried it once before and 2 times recently. It goes great with boneless pork ribs and boneless skinless chicken breasts. I’m sure it would work well with beef too…maybe hamburgers with coleslaw.
I ran out of molasses so I substituted pure maple syrup. Also, the recipe calls for 4 T minced chipotle peppers in adobo sauce which is ALOT of heat! I usually read the reviews when trying new recipes and I’m so glad that I did with this one. 1-2 T is good enough, lots of flavor and a little heat.
We have a favorite homemade ranch dressing, that I previously shared on my blog, and it doesn’t even compare to store bought dressing! This week I made a salad with dinner and decided to make a vinaigrette, something lighter than the ranch. We were at a friend’s house for dinner one day and she made this simple but delicious salad dressing. Later, she gave me a little card with the handwritten recipe on it and we still use it all the time!
1/4 cup sugar, 1/4 cup vinegar
1/2 cup oil (we use canola)
2 tsp garlic salt (to taste)
Mix and shake.
That’s it! So easy and delicious!
I bought this magazine back in August to take camping with me while at the county fair for a week. It was a fun but full week and the magazine just laid on the camper table until I packed to come back home. While camping; Adam was recovering from surgery, I was nursing my sick little dog, 4H parade, fair activities and events, friends and family stopping by, Adam’s birthday, 2 doctor appointments and helping Lacey take care of her horse…no time to sit and read magazines. But lately I have tried 2 recipes so far in this book. I’m a big fan of Taste of Home and that’s sorta why I was so disappointed with the sweet bread. I can usually count on their recipes being accurate and delicious!
Wasted ingredients and wasted time on this one….
I planned to have it for breakfast for a couple days with some fruit and freeze the second loaf for later. It was so dry and had a very strange flavor. And, I’m still not sure why it would have 8 oz cheddar cheese in it. Both loaves went in the trash, so disappointing!
On to the good news….I finally made a great pumpkin roll using the recipe in this book! There are so many recipes for this dessert but this one works, is super yummy and it’s a keeper! I had one little pie pumpkin left and decided to make this dessert.
I only remember trying to make this recipe one other time years ago and it turned out bad. I couldn’t get it rolled up and it was just a big mess. It wasn’t fun and I never tried again, until now! Plan ahead, it takes awhile to make and it still isn’t that fun in my opinion but it is delicious! I love to bake but for some reason this recipe isn’t enjoyable….but the results are worth it!