Bananas Foster for breakfast. Sounds great, doesn't it? And it is. A soft and crumbly, but moist coffee cake flavored with bananas, rum, brown sugar, and cinnamon, topped with a pecan streusel and drizzled with rum sauce - this is not your regular old coffee cake. When the kids are out of school for Christmas break, I put ... keep reading!
Super Moist Cornbread spiced up with pickled jalapeno peppers. Some sliced fresh jalapenos on top make it look pretty and give a hint of what's inside. Sour cream and a can of creamed corn keep this cornbread really moist, even a day or two after baking. Serve Super Moist Jalapeno Cornbread with some Five Alarm Chili for ... keep reading!
Cranberry-White Chocolate Scones taste heavenly fresh from the oven with a cup of coffee. White chocolate and cranberries have such a Christmas feel and I like to make something with this flavor combination each December. This year I decided to add them to my favorite scone recipe from The Pastry Queen: Royally Good Recipes from ... keep reading!
German Chocolate Fudge is melt-in-your-mouth chocolate fudge topped with a thick layer of irresistible coconut pecan frosting. There's nothing I enjoy making (and eating) more around the holidays than fudge. Usually just a simple chocolate fudge will satisfy my sweet tooth like nothing else. But sometimes something a little more unique and decadent is in order. Like ... keep reading!
Today's Broccoli Rice Casserole is brought to you by Minute® Rice. Cheesy Broccoli Rice Casserole makes a filling and satisfying accompaniment to any meal, especially around the holidays. It's always a family favorite and super easy to make thanks to Minute® Rice. There's so much to do in the weeks leading up to Christmas, it can be hard ... keep reading!
If the smell of ginger, cinnamon, and molasses wafting through your home doesn't put you in the Christmas spirit, I don't think anything will. Baking Gingerbread is on my Christmas "To Do" List every year. And this Sweet and Spicy Gingerbread from Sara Foster's The Foster's Market Cookbook: Favorite Recipes for Morning, Noon, and Night ... keep reading!
Buckeye Fudge has a creamy peanut butter fudge layer covered with a thick layer of chocolate. It's the fudge version of my favorite candy to make for Christmas. Making regular Buckeyes is time consuming. You have to roll out all those little balls, refrigerate them, dip them in chocolate, refrigerate them again. Not to mention how ... keep reading!
Potato Rolls made with leftover mashed potatoes cook up fluffy and golden and have a little sweetness to them. Dab on some butter and get ready for homemade bread heaven! There's almost nothing better than homemade bread or rolls is there? Nothing store bought can even come close to that warm, fresh from the oven taste. Making ... keep reading!
Easy Red Velvet Trifles made with a from scratch cake and a simple and creamy pudding filling will be a big hit the next time you're asked to provide a dessert. Once you have the cake baked and the filling mixed up, you can assemble them pretty much any way you like. Use mini glass ... keep reading!