Blueberry Sauce

These pancakes tasted like dessert when I topped them with this delicious Blueberry Sauce and whipped cream! My homegrown Blueberries were used in this recipe but you can use fresh store bought or even frozen. This sauce isn’t just for pancakes. Put it on waffles, ice cream or what ever you desire.   Ingredients   In a small saucepan, over […]

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Seedless Red Raspberry Sauce

Fresh Raspberries from my Red Raspberry bushes were screaming to be made into an easy and delicious four ingredient sauce to top off my ice cream. It could also be used to top pancakes, waffles, cake or whatever you would like to pour it over. There are only four ingredients in this amazing Raspberry Sauce. This is so simple to […]

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Easy Peach Dumplings

  How on Earth can something this easy taste so good? Served warm and topped with vanilla ice cream was unbelievably delicious! I used the fresh peaches I previously had frozen and posted, however, you can use a fresh peach as well. This is one you will want to try. Here is the link my freezer peaches but remember fresh […]

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How To Freeze Peaches

The Peach Truck from Georgia came to my town and it was full of 25# boxes of delicious ripe peaches! My husband stopped and bought me a box…..he’s such a peach! I had plans to bake a bunch of baked peach goods and freeze them but time got away from me so I decided to freeze the peaches instead. That […]

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Mulberry Cobbler

After more than 20 years of putting up with messy wild Mulberry trees, I finally decided to do something about it. I made Mulberry Cobbler! The best part about making this was the quality time with my granddaughter collecting the Mulberries! This recipe is so different to make. The cake batter is poured onto the bottom of the pan then […]

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Strawberry Butter

My Strawberries are ripe so I thought I would make Strawberry Butter. O-M-G it was sooooo good! Butter already has a fabulous taste but mix it with two more ingredients and it tastes like something you would buy at a gourmet store! Serve it with bagels, toast or even muffins. Whatever you put it on, it will make it taste […]

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Irish Soda Bread

  Irish Soda bread is one of the easiest breads you could make. Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside with a hint of caraway seeds and raisins. It is called Soda bread because it is made with baking soda instead of yeast. It is delicious hot right out of the oven with butter slathered on top.     Ingredients   […]

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Cilantro Lime Rice

Rice cooked with lime juice and cilantro gave this 4 ingredient healthy side dish an amazing taste! Although I used Jasmine Rice with my dish, you can use any type of rice that is your favorite.   Ingredients   Cut the limes in half and squeeze the juice from them.   Pour the lime juice into a 2 cup measuring […]

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Apple Enchiladas

Wow this was just like eating a piece of apple pie! You can use any kind of fruit pie filling you want with this recipe, not just apple. Talk about easy and delicious….this is it! When you get ready to eat it, just pick one up and enjoy. Source: Debi Schull   Ingredients – There is brown sugar under the […]

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Candlestick Salad

This is definitely the strangest Mennonite recipe I have ever made! This recipe came from a Mennonite cookbook that I received for Christmas and it really was very tasty. Have you ever heard of this recipe before? From what I have read it may have originated in the 1920’s. If you know any history about this recipe please leave me a […]

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