Football is on, the family has gathered, and it’s time to enjoy the Thanksgiving holidays! So much of Thanksgiving is geared towards the “big meal”, the turkey, and the desserts. What we often forget are all the times spent enjoying company the day before Thanksgiving and leading up to the feast. Avoid lots of onlookers in the kitchen hoping for “just a bite” of the
November is here! It’s my birthday month and Thanksgiving month! I’m excited to share one of my favorite little treat ideas for the holiday. It’s the perfect way to say “thanks” this Thanksgiving? I’m going to teach you how to make cute and delicious decorated fortune cookies filled with your own, personalized messages! Serve them up as favors at your Thanksgiving or place one on each dinner
I don’t know about you, but it’s Halloween movie season in my household! Whether it’s Hocus Pocus or Friday the 13th, there is no shortage of Halloween movies on lately! I decided to give a Halloween twist to our favorite movie treat – popcorn! This Monster Munch recipe couldn’t be easier and it’s so good! I’m also sharing how to make these DIY Monster Treat Cups!
If you love salted caramel treats, then you must try salted pumpkin fudge! My husband and I disagree on the whole “salted” obsession. I love it. He isn’t so sure but I’m slowly moving him over to the dark side one treat at a time. He even loved this salted pumpkin fudge. It’s the perfect combination of my love for pumpkin in the fall and
Apple cinnamon, y’all! I’ve always loved this fall-favorite flavor combo, but for some reason this year, it’s just at the top of my love list. A few years ago, my brother and sister-in-law and I stayed in a mountain cabin in Georgia near an apple orchard. They had a store on site full of apple-everything. Literally. Apple products for days. Apple butter, apple pie bars,
Ready for one of my favorite recipes? Cast iron cherry cobblers! If you have not enjoyed a dessert baked right inside a cast iron skillet, then this recipe is a must-try! No fancy wood oven needed; your home oven is all you need to make these delicious skillet treats. Serve these up to your neighbors or guests for a recipe they’ll be talking about for months