Apple season has begun! And not only do I love crunching a freshly picked apple from a local orchard round these parts, I love baking with this early fall treat!
When back to school time hits, my internal clock tells me it’s time to make granola. We add it to our yogurt in the morning, pack a baggie of it for a snack, and grab a handful when we get home from work.
I promised I’d share some of the favorite recipes I made from our recent outdoor grad party, like the “Broccoli Quiche” I shared the other day, which got my vote as the best egg dish of the day. But the Cucumber Punch was definitely the surprise hit of the party! We had to keep … More Cucumber Lime Punch
Broccoli quiche is a great weeknight supper or fancier weekend brunch recipe. … More Broccoli Quiche
I love rhubarb season! And yesterday I spied it getting big enough to cut a few stalks to whip up some of these delicious muffins. I’m hoping to freeze some too, so I can continue the season longer than it’s short couple of months! They’ll be the perfect Saturday treat tomorrow!
This simple, easy “cake” is the perfect light and sweet finish to a big, heavy meal. And after having fun styling a pretty table and cooking a yummy meal, an easy, already done dessert that looks festive, too, makes this mama happy!
The neighbors have been hanging out in our yard a lot lately this spring. Which makes our Fake Farmhouse feel even more like the farm I’ve always longed for…or at least sound like one!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I’ve got a little Irish blood running through my veins, so I’m wearing green today! And one of our favorite meals to make on this St. Patrick’s Day are Reuben Sandwiches. We love ordering them at restaurants, but have learned that our home made version is just as good, and … More Reuben Sandwiches
When the winter recipes have lost their luster, this crowd-pleasing favorite is a go-to for tropical envy.
This easy, yummy recipe is a decadent treat for my kids on days off when they’ve gotten to sleep in and are looking forward to a loungy day around the house. It’s a breeze to make the night before so it’s ready to simply pop in the oven in the morning.