It’s a cold, snowy day in Oklahoma and I can’t help but feel like baking! I LOVE this Applesauce Cake for times like this. Not only is it an EASY one-bowl cake, it’s also such a delicious smelling cake!
I always tell my students ‘chef’s choice’. When you’re the boss in the kitchen, you get to decide flavors, ingredients and menu. That’s why it’s important to know what to do in the kitchen! Well, this sheet cake recipe is a perfect example of that principle – Buttered Pecan Sheet Cake was my flavor of choice!Continue reading Buttered Pecan Sheet Cake
This red wine hot chocolate is a simple, warm, decadent, drinkable dessert. Sure to add flare and flavor and fun to your seasonal snacking!
How about a yummy 5 ingredient dessert for your next fall gathering?! And no oven AND only minutes in the skillet?? Are you in?!Continue reading Salted Carmel and Cream Cheese topped with Walnut + Oat Crumble
I’m not sure it can get any simpler than a fresh fruit cobbler and streusel topping. But thanks to one little trick, I think I’ve found a way to make ‘easy’ even easier!
Thanks to a recent Chronicles of Narnia themed school party (and signing up to bring a dessert), I was inspired to create this “Turkish Delight Cake”. But I can’t take all of the creative credit – here’s how it went down:
Oh my. Cherry Upside-Down Cake. You really must taste it.
People often ask me – “why ‘Food for a Year’? Do you make meal plans? Do you show people how to store up enough food for a year?”…. I think this recipe a good way to answer that question. Our years are filled with traditions, seasons, celebrations, travel, schedules, work, monotony and once-in-a-lifetime moments. And this Cherry Upside-Down Cake blends several of these into one gorgeous, memorable dessert.
While on our recent stay in Washington State (Orcas Island to be exact), my friend, Angie, joined us for several days. It just so happened that her stay was during our shared birthday week — which can only mean one thing :: cake. Continue reading Washington Cherry Upside-Down Cake