Share List Mmmmm – I love thumbprint cookies. Since I’m supposed to be losing weight – I don’t bake much….but it’s cool out these last few days, and I need to send a care package to my daughter who is a Freshman at Northern Arizona University – so I’m baking cookies to send in her box. Some thumbprint recipes don’t call for coconut, some want you to put a glaze >> Get the Recipe!
Share List My husband fancies himself a coffee cake connoisseur – he pretty much loves anything that involves cake, cinnamon, and no frosting. Today I had plans to make cookies – but that process was vetoed in favor of my cinnamon ribbon coffee cake. I had to dig around to find the recipe I’d altered and adjusted to our tastes, but finally found it and currently my house smells divine. >> Get the Recipe!
Share List We love carrot cake – but this Easter it was just the 4 of us and I didn’t need a HUGE cake, because we really don’t need that much. I had such luck with a pumpkin roll at Thanksgiving, I thought I’d try a carrot cake roll. This cake doesn’t have the walnuts baked in, which was interesting because that’s a yummy part. I decided to sprinkle the frosting >> Get the Recipe!
Share List I modified a recipe from IHeartNapTime.net to come up with these yummy cookies. The vanilla pudding keeps the cookies soft – and the oat flour adds some texture to the cookie. I LOVE the original recipe – but the nut lovers in my house wanted a bit of a variation – and I wanted to double it. My husband, who thinks most dessert is ‘too sweet’ likes these >> Get the Recipe!
Share List I got this recipe from my church’s 100th anniversary cookbook and it has been a favorite everywhere I have taken it. As an added bonus the dressing is good for just about any kind of salad. Also, it makes a great Christmas salad because of the red and green colors. Carrie’s Note: I use Apple Cider Vinegar in this because I like the flavor much better, but balsamic >> Get the Recipe!
Share List These suckers are seriously easy, and amazingly tasty. They have been nicknamed “Cub Poops” in my house, because upon seeing them cooling on a rack, my 12yo promptly blurted out, “Hey those look like bear cub poops.” Boys have poop on the brain 24-7 – gross. I love these because they start with a box mix, but that’s where the “storebought” ends – adding a bit of espresso >> Get the Recipe!