Guest post by Becki from Running with Team Hogan Our family has been gluten-free for over a year. Finding filling, healthy snacks – especially when we are on the go – hasn’t been the easiest task. A friend shared a muffin recipe with me, but my family liked them just so-so until I made a… Read More
Guest post from Carissa of Pretty/Hungry I’m not sure what it was about this recipe that grabbed me as I thumbed through the hundreds in my Grandma’s recipe book. Maybe it was the odd name, Vinegar Pie. (Who ever heard of such a thing?) Or maybe it was the first ingredient listed: a quart of… Read More
Guest post from Brigette Shevy This was my mom’s go-to recipe to serve to company! For years, we had people over every single Friday night. More often than not, we served this scrumptious layered dessert. The recipe came from a longtime friend of my mom, and I can assure you that it’s a definite winner!
Guest post from Brigette Shevy This was one of our favorite recipes that my Mom would make for special holiday meals! It was a regular on the table for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Valentine’s Day. The rest of the year we ate store-bought, unsweetened applesauce – so this homemade applesauce was a treat we always looked… Read More
Guest post from Brigette Shevy For as long as I can remember, this recipe has been a family favorite during the fall months. In fact, we like them so much that these delicately flavored sweet-but-not-too-rich bars have been a welcome addition to our Thanksgiving (and Christmas) dessert table on more than one occasion! They capture some of my favorite tastes and smells of the season. The recipe came from a church cookbook from many years ago.
Guest post from Brigette Shevy These muffins have been a family favorite for almost 20 years. We got the recipe from a Taste of Home magazine and have been making them ever since! Even though they look fancy, they are simple to make and rely on just a few basic ingredients (those kinds of recipe… Read More