Easy Cheesy Sausage Balls are a perfect appetizer. With only three ingredients, these little gems have it all. They’re super simple to make, taste incredible warm or at room temperature, freeze beautifully, and are just as good reheated. Who could ask for more?
Can you believe that Christmas is right around the corner? That means that it’s time to start thinking about that perfect gift for family, friends, and co-workers.
Simple to make and elegant to serve, these Duchess Potatoes freeze beautifully for a make-ahead side dish for your holiday or any time feast.
Looking for a replacement for the traditional ham for your Christmas dinner? Try Crown Roast of Pork. It is an elegant entrée for your special holiday dinner. Normally for Christmas dinner, we have ham. This year, Susan suggested that we have Crown Roast of Pork. This is something that I’ve never made before, so I spent…
Unlike the traditional oatmeal cookie that generally contains raisins, this recipe uses toasted pecans. It works well with raisins, but the toasted pecans put it over the top! The cookies are crispy on the outside and chewy in the middle.
I recently saw a recipe for Vanilla Dreams on the King Arthur Flour site. What intrigued me about the recipe was that it used Baker’s Ammonia, a.k.a. Ammonium Carbonate, in place of baking powder.
Every year about this time, I make peanut butter balls, and reserve some of the peanut butter mixture to make these delectable little morsels. They are the perfect combination of sweet, salty, and crunchy goodness.
If you’ve ever had homemade granola, you know how difficult it is to go back to the overly sweet store-bought stuff. This recipe for Crunchy Granola from Dorie Greenspan’s Baking Chez Moi is no exception. Its oats, nuts, seeds and dried fruit have the perfect level of sweetness in every bite.
I recently bought a new Dorie Greenspan cookbook titled Baking Chez Moi. I know – just what I needed, another cookbook! One of the recipes that immediately caught my eye was Viennese Sablés. Greenspan describes té With a description like that, how could I not try these cookies?
If you’ve ever been to the UK, you’ve probably sampled McVitie’s Digestive Biscuits (a.k.a. cookies in the US). I know that the name isn’t very appealing, but the taste definitely is! The story goes that digestive biscuits were first conceived in Victorian times as a medicinal aid for digestion. Thus the name.
Chocolate Billionaires are full of crispy, crunchy caramel goodness surrounded by a chocolate coating. One taste, and you will agree that the name is totally appropriate! Some years ago, I came across a recipe for chocolate billionaires. From what I remember, it was in some sort of a pamphlet. The recipe looked good and also…
I had some Craisins that needed to be used up, so I decided to make White Chocolate and Cranberry Cookies. My recipe called for Macadamia nuts, which I had. I didn’t realize, however, until I opened them that they had become rancid.