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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Golden Kolacky Cookies

  Merry Christmas! I had time to bake one last cookie. There is only four ingredients in these Golden Kolacky Cookies and they tasted like they came from a bakery! This recipe doesn’t make a lot and the fruit preserves add a nice variety to my cookie tray. What is fascinating about this recipe is that there isn’t any added […]

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Cherries in the Snow

Only four ingredients are needed to make this simple yet elegant dessert. What a great way to entertain this Christmas by serving this delicious dessert. You can make this from start to finish in about 10 minutes and serve it immediately or refrigerate it until ready to serve. Source: Famous Brand Name Country Christmas   Ingredients   Add the sugar […]

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Napa Valley Turkey Salad

This was the best turkey salad I have ever had! I would never have dreamed of putting this dressing on my turkey salad and it was amazing. Add some chopped pecans, green onions and it is the perfect salad. I didn’t have pecans or green onions so I left them out and it was still delicious! It is definitely a […]

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Blueberry or Blackberry Cobbler

Those of you that follow me may remember that I grow my own blueberries. This year was absolutely amazing with the amount of blueberries that I picked! My freezer has many gallon bags filled with blueberries so I figured it was time to use some up. This recipe is a simple one to make with a whole lot of flavor. […]

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Apple Dumpling Balls

Do you ever get hungry for Apple Dumplings and you want them made in a hurry? That’s what happened to me so I used store bought pie crust and made individual Apple Dumpling Balls. I have no problem making a good pie crust but with the grandkids here and my husband working I just didn’t want any more mess or […]

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Plum Torte

This recipe is so much fun to make. Don’t let the word Torte scare you because it is a very simple recipe! This recipe is from many, many years ago and it turned out exactly like it was supposed to. It uses basic ingredients and tastes so delicious! Source: Marian Burros   Ingredients   Wash the plums and let them […]

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Coconut Toast

You know I love to post recipes that are different from the normal recipes. One of my fellow bloggers posted this Coconut Toast and I just had to try it. I am so glad that I did! This was the most delicious toast but I did decrease the amount of sugar from the original recipe slightly. I only made 1/4 […]

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Pan Fried Honey Bananas

Wait until you taste these all natural Pan Fried Honey Bananas! They are unbelievably easy to make and are sweetened naturally with honey then sprinkled with cinnamon. You could eat this for breakfast but for me it is more of a dessert or great snack. Source: Debi Schull   Ingredients   Add the olive oil to a large frying pan […]

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Old Fashioned Banana Bread

Do you remember your Grandma’s Banana Bread? Not too sweet, that wonderful banana flavor, a golden crust around the edge and then covered in butter? Well that is what this recipe is because it has been around forever! Add some chopped nuts for even more flavor and enjoy!   Ingredients   In small bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, […]

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Mandarin Salad

Mandarin Salad is one of my favorite salads made with homemade Sweet & Sour Dressing with Parsley (link below). This salad dressing is the key to this salad. The fresh vegetables in this salad combined with the amazing salad dressing and mandarin oranges make this such a refreshing salad. This is a great salad to impress your guests but to […]

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Blueberry Toast

Whether you are a beginner cook or have been cooking for years, this simple and delicious Blueberry Toast is for you! What an amazing breakfast, with only five ingredients, that can be made in a few minutes and baked into a hot and delicious meal! I used my homegrown blueberries that I had frozen and thawed to make mine but you […]

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Apple Cinnamon Bread

What is it about apples and cinnamon that tastes so good? This delicious Apple Cinnamon Bread is more like a dessert than a bread and is similar to the Amish Apple Cinnamon Bread recipes. With the apples in the recipe it makes the inside so moist. Apple season is almost upon us so save this recipe for those delicious fall […]

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