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Canned Lemon Curd

I love lemons.I love the taste, the smell, even the color.Lemons make me smile. And lemon curd is just the best. I hate that it’s called curd though. The word curd just sounds like sour milk. Not the delicious sweet, sour nectar that it really is. Once you get your hands on some lemon curd […]

Egg-in-a-Hole Grilled Cheese

It’s time for the Crazy Cooking Challenge again. This month it’s Grilled Cheese Sandwiches! I’ve got 3 kids, I was a kid, hubby was a kid, and every kid eats grilled cheese sandwiches. I was looking forward to the challenge of something different than just cheese between two slices of bread but when I started […]

Breakfast Tartlets

I love quiche. But the problem with quiche is you make a large pie (quiche) and everyone has to eat what you put in it. And in my house, someone’s not going to be happy. I don’t want sausage, or I don’t want tomato, or onion, green pepper, blah, blah, blah. I’d call them all whiners but I […]

Easter Meringues

My favorite thing to make with extra egg whites is Meringue cookies or Forgotten cookies. And since I made 3 batches of Cream Cheese Cinnamon Rolls in the past week, I had leftover egg whites. We love these cookies. Low in fat, you can control the sugar, add flavors, color them, shape them or just drop […]

Cocoa brownies

These quick, rich and chewy cocoa brownies will be a hit with everyone! They are so delicious, no one will know there’s no melted chocolate in them. It’s going to be our secret. I make a lot of brownies. It’s safe to say at least once a week you’ll find brownies in my kitchen. I […]

Easy Fried Rice

Easy Fried Rice-perfect for using up leftovers or just make it because you love Fried Rice! I’m not a big Chinese food eater. First off, it’s hard to know what something is on the menu. Let me tell you, my first encounter with Lobster sauce was also my last, yuck! Not what I thought it […]

Chocolate Meringues Bite Size

Chocolate Meringues-made with egg whites, these are naturally low fat, make them bite sized and they become candy!  I love my kids. And I spoil them, well not really spoil but they don’t have many chores around the house. They have to keep their rooms, I won’t even go in other than to check on […]

Ham and Cheese Quiche

Ham and Cheese Quiche is easy to make, great for brunch, lunch or a light dinner. A great way to use up leftovers. Quiche is one of my favorite things to eat. A buttery crust. Lots of cheese, some ham. Throw in whatever’s in the crisper drawer-onion, bell bepper, broccoli. Some spices, eggs and cream. […]

Easy Ham and Cheese Quiche

Easy Ham and Cheese Quiche is great for breakfast or lunch! I love quiche. I always have. Perfect for a light lunch. In a house full of kids, it’s nice to have something grown up every now and then. Just for me. But you know, my kids love this almost as much as I do. […]

Broccoli and Cheddar Cheese Quiche

Broccoli and Cheddar Cheese Quiche-Quiche is so easy to make and the combinations are endless! Please tell me I’m not the only one who will cook/bake something just to justify (and show off) a new baking dish. It’s finally spring.  And the weatherman is promising some spring weather soon. I’m really slack when it comes […]

Lemon Souffles

Lemon souffles are a so light and just slightly sweet that you won’t feel guilty for having one as an afternoon snack. I’m still enjoying Lemon, don’t worry I’ll have chocolate back next week. And these Lemon Souffles are low calorie, almost sugar free so we might be able to call it a …. healthy […]

Herbed Cheese Souffle

Herbed Cheese Souffles-so light and fluffy, so delicate. And you can make them ahead then bake just before ready to serve. I have to tell you this is a breakfast dish that you’re going to thank me for. It’ll impress your family and friends and it’s very little work. These Herbed Cheese Souffles are perfect for […]

Baileys Irish Cream Mousse

Baileys Irish Cream Mousse has hints of coffee and chocolate with a nice Irish kick in a mousse that has no raw eggs. If you want to eliminate the alcohol but keep the flavor, add the alcohol to the hot cream or substitute Irish Cream Italian soda syrup for the Irish Cream and whiskey and […]

Hershey’s Kisses brownies

These rich and indulgent brownies are made with Hershey’s Kisses as the chocolate! Hi everyone! It’s Dorothy, from Crazy for Crust here today. And I brought chocolate!! A few years ago I made a pie for my cookbook. It’s a Milky Way Brownie Pie and when I was creating that recipe I wondered if I […]

Loaded chocolate chip cookies

You won’t get enough of these soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies loaded with chopped pecans and coconut flakes! Fall is my favorite season. It’s that time of the year when the smell of fresh baked goodies waffles out of my kitchen. It’s the time of the year comfort casseroles are pulled out of the […]

Buttermilk Pound Cake

Buttermilk Pound cake-the perfect accompaniment to fresh fruit, a light syrup or all on it’s own! There are some things that just stick in your mind form your childhood. That special friend you always played with. Summers spent all day at the local swimming pool. (And I mean ALL day. We would go when it […]

Vanilla French Toast with Strawberry Syrup

Vanilla French Toast with Fresh Strawberry Syrup-perfect for breakfast anytime! I love when kids get in the kitchen. Not just to empty the dishwasher or grab some chips but to cook. My kids love getting in the kitchen. Not to help, but to do it all themselves. A few weeks ago, my son had a […]

German Chocolate Cake

Hi chocolate lovers! This is Zainab from Blahnik Baker bringing you a decadent chocolate cake today. To be precise, four layers of moist chocolate cake soaked in rum syrup and filled with sweet coconut custard filling and wrapped beautifully in a chocolate ganache frosting. Yup, it’s a German chocolate cake; a classic chocolate (and coconut) […]

Mexican Hot Chocolate Tart

Rich dark chocolate with a hint of cinnamon and sweet marshmallows make Mexican Hot Chocolate Tart a reminder of cold winter nights by the fire. When I was a kid growing up in Delaware, the winters were long and cold. I loved making hot chocolate as a treat to warm up after sledding or skating […]

Salty caramel chocolate bars

These salty caramel chocolate bars are chewy and have layer upon layer of caramel and chocolate goodness on top of a soft oatmeal cookie crust. This weekend has been a hectic one. I was hoping I can get back to a routine after taking some days off, but it seems things just pile up on […]

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