Butterscotch Pecan Crackers
Need a treat for the holidays or something sweet for movie night? If you're looking for something quick, easy, and SO good...these butterscotch pecan crackers are a guaranteed winner!
Reinventing an old family classic. Dive into this gooey crust and reveal a soft and slightly spiced center. A no-fuss fall favorite, this sweet cake is great anytime of year.
Old-Fashioned Banana Pudding
Mention the words "homemade banana pudding," and you'll see faces light up. This smooth and creamy recipe will not disappoint.
Pecan Chocolate Chip Shortbread
Delicious, buttery with a hint of vanilla. Soft and crumbly, it melts in your mouth. Shortbread anyone? Yes, please! Now add pecans and chocolate and you have a meal.
Chicken Gnocchi Bake
If you love cheesy comfort food....you will love this Chicken Gnocchi Bake. Potato dumplings in a creamy sauce are mixed with chicken, then topped with delicious mozzarella and finally baked to perfection.
Maple Pumpkin Scones
These tasty, flaky, golden pumpkin scones will pair great with a cup of tea or coffee at brunch. Beware...they are sweet so have one for dessert too!
Caramel Apple Squares
These Caramel Apple Squares are ridiculously easy to make, but so delicious that it will become your new favorite fall dessert!
Pasta….my weakness! Are you in the mood for a delicious and comforting bowl of cheesy goodness? My one pot lasagna soup is so easy to make but full of that classic Italian flavor that you love. HOW TO MAKE LASAGNA SOUP *Note: The full printable recipe card is below In a large soup pot or Dutch oven sauté the onion and garlic over medium heat until onions are soft, about 4 minutes. Add ground turkey, breaking it up into small pieces. Cook until browned. Add vegetable broth, water, marinara, sugar, oregano, thyme, salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, and lasagna noodles to pot. Stir until combined. Bring to boil then reduce…
Blueberry Basil Crumble
Blueberry Basil Crumble–a delicious dessert or an easy breakfast. This crumble is full of flavor and sweetness. Considering the name of my blog…it was only fitting that my first recipe contain basil and blueberries. Together they are pure yumminess.