If you’re ready for fall and you love apples and cinnamon, this is a recipe you’re going to want to try. And if you’re a fan of Cracker Barrel’s fried apples, you’ll love this healthier version, too. Only 1/4 cup sugar for the whole batch.
This dessert really reminds me of the Christmas holidays, because every year my dad would buy us a box of chocolate covered cherries to share. They were so special, because we only had them once a year.
Some recipes take us back in time to childhood; for me, this no-bake cookie recipe does just that. They remind me of the no-bake cookies we were served in my elementary school classroom, only a little bit better, if you can even imagine. Give them a try; no oven needed!
The temperature is expected to reach around 100 degrees every day this week in East Texas. This leads everyone to search for ways to stay cool. What better way to cool off than from the inside out, by eating a nice, cold piece of pie? Here are a few dessert ideas that you might want to try soon.
If you’re looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth, use up some juicy berries, or create a homemade gift for someone you love, this dessert might be what you’re looking for. Not only is it delicious, it’s beginner-level easy, so anyone can do it. Give it a try!
This simple dessert sauce is delicious over pound cake or bread pudding. It’s also great over a bowl of homemade ice cream. You can even enjoy it over a French toast casserole for breakfast. It’s customizable, too, using different extracts and spices, if you like
Our friend David Wallace has worked at numerous East Texas restaurants over his career. He’s even owned a few! His repertoire of recipes is endless and he loves to share the easiest and best with us so we can make wonderful things at home.
Casie Buck, the owner of Oaklea Mansion Bed and Breakfast in Winnsboro, has shared her recipe for chewy, delicious cranberry-banana breakfast cookies that could be the perfect thing to have on hand during the busy holidays.
Here’s a wonderful, easy to make, delicious cake for fall: pumpkin crunch cake! It’s got all the cinnamon flavor you love, plus the richness of pumpkin and the crunchy topping of walnuts or pecans, whichever you prefer. It all works together to make one of our favorite cooler-weather cakes.
The idea of caramel apples, cinnamon, and warm rolls combining to make a luscious dessert or breakfast bake is so enticing...and the smell will fill your whole house with an apple-cinnamon fragrance everyone craves in the fall.
If you’ve ever wanted to try making your own vanilla extract, now is the perfect time! It’s easy and fun to make, it’s much more economical than buying small bottles of it at the grocery store, and it even makes cute holiday gifts.
Some of David’s favorite recipes have come from church bulletins or church cookbooks. After all, if they claim it’s easy, inexpensive, and delicious, they’re probably telling the truth! He shares one of his favorites with us today.
Special days like Mothers Day deserve to be celebrated with lots of food, fun, and flowers. Of course, the food doesn’t have to be fancy, and the flowers are best when clutched in the chubby hand of a little boy or girl who just pulled them from the yard.If you’re a little older, you might want to cook something for the mom in your life. We have some easy and delicious ideas that you can make just by following the directions given.
There is a lot to do during the holidays, so easy snacks and desserts are perfect! Here are some recipes to try out when you have guests over, or when you need a gift to make and share, or if you’re just feeling snack-ish!