Good Morning! I have a quick and easy recipe for you this morning. From start to finish this crisp takes about 35 minutes. It was something my mother made on a whim in the fall and winter time. My family sought after the topping most of all for its cinnamony goodness.
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Good morning! This week I baked up a bit of a mouthful, but I promise the recipe isn’t as lengthy. While I was a design student at Iowa State, my mom received a voucher through a cooking club to create her own cookbook.
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Good morning and Happy October! It has been a while since I tried to make muffins, so what better way than to use a fall staple. I first had apple cider at a fall festival in Wisconsin and it has been something I’ve loved ever since. It’s warm, has a bit of spice, and is not too sweet.
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Good morning! It’s hard to believe September is halfway over already. It doesn’t quite feel like fall yet as it’s still 80 degrees outside, but the mornings are getting crisper. This week I am revisiting a recipe I made my sophomore year at ISU.
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Good morning! Here’s another family favorite from my Grandma Helen. I don’t have any memories of her baking it, but it was something my mom made for rainy days and Sundays – or any chilly day.
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I know we are a good week into September, but snickerdoodles are pretty synonymous with Christmas to me. It’s a cookie Grandma Helen always made for that time of year, for which my dad and I were thankful.
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It’s September, which means it’s the start of a magical time of year! In the world of Harry Potter, the 1st of September means it’s time to go back to Hogwarts and what better way to celebrate than to have some butterbeer?
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Summer is coming to a close and there are no better summer treats than s’mores. I initially made a version of these cookies back in college on a whim because I was craving s’mores and needed a design break. At the time I just threw some stuff in a bowl and hoped for the best. It wasn’t until last week that I actually figured out the measurements I was using and wrote it all down. These are some of my favorite cookies to make and probably the messiest – but I’d like to think they’re worth it.
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Welcome to Dorothy’s House! Have a cup of coffee and stay a while. For this first post I thought I would get things started by sharing the coffee cake recipe from the namesake of this here blog – my Great Grandma Ritter. Continue reading “Grandma Ritter’s Coffee Cake”