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Homemade Hot Honey

Homemade Hot Honey

Homemade Hot Honey is the perfect combination of sweet + heat AND it’s so very easy to make!

Pecan Pie Cobbler

Pecan Pie Cobbler

Pecan Pie Cobbler :: All the classic flavors of a perfect pecan pie baked in a cobbler with a buttery, cakey pecan-biscuit crust!

15-minute Homemade Chicken and Dumpling Soup

15-minute Homemade Chicken and Dumpling Soup

This 15-minute Homemade Chicken and Dumpling Soup is pretty much my life in a bowl. On any given day, I really only have about 20 minutes to pull off dinner. AND, since I don’t do a meal plan, the first 5 minutes is always spent trying to imagine something out of my random freezer and fridge contents.

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September 2020 Kid’s cooking classes

September 2020 Kid’s cooking classes

Kid’s cooking classes for month of September have been posted! This month we are focusing on basic baking skills!

Maple Pecan Sheet Pan Pancakes

Maple Pecan Sheet Pan Pancakes

Sheet Pan Pancakes are one of my very favorite things. They are so easy to make and they finished product is OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD. Sensational. The addition of toasty pecans and crunchy granola adds both amazing flavor and texture! I’m giving you fair warning, you’ll want to make these for breakfast lunch and dinner!

Becoming Julia pt. 2 + Cinnamon Sugar Scones

Becoming Julia pt. 2 + Cinnamon Sugar Scones

A few years ago, I hit the “estate sale jackpot” when I came across an estate sale at the home of a former Home Economics instructor, cookbook author & culinary whiz – Mrs. Sullivan. The moment I walked into the living room, Continue reading Becoming Julia pt. 2 + Cinnamon Sugar Scones

Devil’s Pool Granola ((A Big Cedar Recipe))

Devil’s Pool Granola ((A Big Cedar Recipe))

I am so excited to share the recipe for the best granola I have ever tasted. Last August, the family & I traveled to Branson for a fun “last hoorah” before the start of the school year. While there, Big Cedar breakfast was one of 

An Okie Girl’s Take on Homemade Spicy Peanut Sauce

An Okie Girl’s Take on Homemade Spicy Peanut Sauce

True confessions: My refrigerator is a messy, messy beast. I have 9 types of mustard ((that is a whole other story)), at least 7 jars of pickles ((spicy pickles are my fave!!)), ketchup, mayo, several salsas, sriracha, wing sauce, olives, pasta sauce, some random leftovers, 

Cheesy 3-Meat Breakfast Cups

Cheesy 3-Meat Breakfast Cups

This easy breakfast  should probably be considered part of the “Busy Mom” series because it is so easy, but I usually make something like this when I have a little more time in the morning.

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Maple & Buttered Pecan Pie Cobbler

Maple & Buttered Pecan Pie Cobbler

I am happy to share with you my newest blog post & recipe for Sinkology! The following is a glimpse into what I have shared over on their blog site: Let me start off by warning you: this dessert can lead to tight pants. And by 

For Sale ((by Emily)) :: Helen Corbitt’s Cookbook, 1957

For Sale ((by Emily)) :: Helen Corbitt’s Cookbook, 1957

For Sale ((by Emily)) :: Helen Corbitt’s Cookbook, 1957

Homemade Citrus & Powdered Sugar Coated Mini Janes ((Donuts))

Homemade Citrus & Powdered Sugar Coated Mini Janes ((Donuts))

Kade has been asking for me to make donuts for breakfast for a while. So, with our current snowed in status and no more good excuses, I decided this would be the prefect time to satisfy his cravings. Typically, I “make” donuts by quartering canned Continue reading Homemade Citrus & Powdered Sugar Coated Mini Janes ((Donuts))