Good Morning and Happy Sunday! It seems that these posts are going to be few and far in between while I’m working through my masters and figure out where/how I want to take photos. Anyway, that’s not what you’re here for. This lemon bar recipe comes from my grandma Helen, according to my mother. They’re everything you could want in a lemon bar. They’ve got a shortbread crust, has a super lemony filling, and is incredibly easy to make.
Good Morning and Happy Sunday! I admit that I’ve been in a recipe rut. I’ve tested some things that were just so close to being the thing I wanted it to be, but I couldn’t quite get there. Most the things I’ve been experimenting with has been chocolate based and, well, let’s just say I forgot how tricky it can be to bake with chocolate. I felt it was about time I dug through the family archives again and bake something that was a bit more familiar to me to get out of my baking rut.
Good Morning and Happy Sunday! I was perusing the ole family cookbooks again and found a recipe that came from a great aunt of mine. It’s one that was utilized by my family when we wanted to indulge in cinnamon rolls because it doesn’t take a whole host of ingredients and is pretty easy to make. Though the recipe I had didn’t have a set time to bake the rolls, I got you covered. Let’s roll.
Good Morning and Happy Saturday! This morning I’d like to share my Grandma’s butter cookie recipe. It’s another Christmas classic that is requested every year by at least one family member, much to my mother’s chagrin. I, however, always loved rolling out and decorating these cookies over the holidays. I have been known to break this recipe out for any sort of holiday and season.
Good Morning and Happy Wednesday! I can’t believe we’re halfway through the week already. It feels like time is going faster this week than it has all year. I suppose that’s how holidays go though with all the festivities and celebrations going on. Much like how time is moving, these cookies are a quick bake and add some festive flair to the holiday cookie plate.
Good Morning and Happy Monday! Today’s festive recipe will hopefully make the holiday baking bug start to bloom. That’s right, we’re making peanut blossoms today. These cookies are one of the few Christmas cookie staples my family make each year. The first dozen of peanut blossoms never lasted long because everyone wanted a cookie right out of the oven. The chocolate was perfectly melted over a wonderfully warm peanut butter cookie. What’s better than that?
Good Morning and Happy Sunday! This was the first time in my life buying bananas for the purpose of strictly making banana bread. Don’t get me wrong, this recipe deserves to be made that sort of intention first and foremost – it just hasn’t happened that way for me until now.
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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.
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.