Strawberry Puff Pastry Braid

Two Puff Pastry filled with a cream cheese mixture, fresh strawberries then topped with a sprinkle of sugar and a drizzle of lemon flavored icing. Adapted From: Marcela Valladolid   Ingredients   Rinse, cut off the tops and slice the strawberries.   In a medium bowl add the cream cheese and sour cream.   Mix on medium speed until creamy then […]

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Ice Cream Sandwich Cake

Yes this was as delicious as it looks and a huge hit at my 9 year old granddaughters birthday party. A quick, easy and layered frozen dessert that you can make ahead of time and keep in the freezer. Made with ice cream sandwiches, cool whip, chocolate syrup, caramel syrup and crushed candy two layers thick! Thanks to Lydia Potter […]

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Sopapilla Cheesecake Bars

This is a great dessert to serve not only because it tastes good but because you can make it ahead of time and keep it in the refrigerator. Made with crescent rolls, a cheesecake filling and topped off with butter then a cinnamon sugar mixture. This can be served cold or warm and drizzled with honey if you wish. Source: […]

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Two Minute Microwave Elephant Ear

A crispy, buttery tortilla sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and microwaved for two minutes for a delicious and quick dessert or snack. This isn’t doughy like the ones fried in grease at the festivals but a crispy treat instead. These are made with a 6” tortilla. I have also made these using the large tortilla and baked them in the oven. […]

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Cut Out Sugar Cookies

I have used this cut out cookie recipe for 40 years! The cookies are delicious to eat plain or to frost with your favorite icing. My eight year old granddaughter made these cookies, with my help of course, that’s how easy they are. The best part about this is that she gave me the heart cookie cutter for Christmas! These […]

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Mini Cherry Pies

Do you love Cherry Pie but you can’t make the dough or an entire pie comfortably? Or maybe you just want some quick finger food for a party. Making these Mini Cherry Pies with only two ingredients and some optional whipped cream topping or ice cream is so simple. *You can also make your own pie dough if you don’t […]

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No Bake Goo Balls

Rice Krispies mixed with honey, peanut butter and vanilla extract then rolled into a ball for a healthier version of Rice Krispie Treats. Not nearly as sweet as the Rice Krispie Treats but still a fabulous treat. I learned of Goo Balls from a fellow blogger http://www.hunidasblog.com. After searching the web I found a recipe from http://www.recipelion.com.   Ingredients   […]

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No Bake Cookies

Chocolate, peanut butter and oats cooked completely on top of the stovetop for an easy No Bake Cookie that is so delicious! These are my son’s favorite cookie and I told him I wasn’t going to make them this year when he played the grandson card! His comment was “Oh great I wanted to introduce my son to No Bake […]

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Snickerdoodle Cookies

Snickerdoodle Cookies have been a favorite of mine for years! A simple cookie dough rolled into a cinnamon sugar mixture that is packed full of flavor. These cookies are soft on the inside with a slight crunch on the outside. To view the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.

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Peanut Butter Cookies

These are my favorite soft Peanut Butter Cookies. I always add a chocolate star to them for Christmas but if you can’t find the stars at the store, you can always use a chocolate kiss. They are a very easy cookie to make and they will freeze well if you want to make them up ahead of time. After I […]

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