This is another favorite recipe from my cherished grocery-store-check-out Pillsbury cookbooks. I’ve been making this since all four of my daughters were still at home. It takes some preparation, but oh, so worth it!
Chocolate, nuts, marshmallows–and chocolate.… Continue reading
Oatmeal Carmelitas are another family favorite I’ve been making for literally decades. Bottled caramel ice cream sauce, chocolate chips and walnuts make this cookie bar easy, with just the right amount of richness to satisfy a sweet… Continue reading
Many of us this time of year have resolved to eat healthier, but if you’re like me, tell me I can’t have dessert, and the diet-deal is off. I have good news!… Continue reading
For any of you who have gone on the Weight Watchers program at some point in your life, you’ll likely agree with me that it’s the best. One of the reasons (a huge reason!) is that you can eat… Continue reading
All four of my daughters have grown into great cooks, and this Cinnamon-Sugar Monkey Bread is Katie’s recipe. Oh, my. Those little pieces are just the right size to pop into your mouth. The… Continue reading
When I saw that today was designated National Coffee Ice Cream Day, this recipe immediately popped into my mind. I’ve been making Fudgey Coffee Ice Cream Pie for literally decades. It’s a traditional Mud Pie, but easier to… Continue reading
Now that school has started, I have the best–and quick!– cookie bar recipe for you to put in those sack lunches. Or for you to take to the potlucks that always seem to… Continue reading
Banana Split Dessert is classy, elegant and perfect for summer.
Reminiscent of that extravagant treat you could once find at your neighborhood soda fountain, this one has it all–bananas, pineapple, maraschino cherries, whipped cream–and more!–all layered… Continue reading
When my kids were little, we loved to make homemade ice cream. Today, it’s a real treat, but not one we make often. So when I came across this healthy sorbet recipe in my local newspaper,… Continue reading
As I write this, it’s early May, and flowers are bustin’ out all over. Gardeners are flocking to stores to buy their bedding plants, and those tender, colorful blossoms just make you… Continue reading