This delicious butterscotch sauce, best when served warm, is quick and easy to make!
These little two-bite Lemon Curd Cream Cheese Mini Tarts will add a yummy touch to any dessert buffet!
Substituting plain Greek yogurt for plain yogurt or buttermilk in baking is just not the same!
Bring a little summer touch to a cold weather recipe by adding some fresh raspberries to this "crumby" treat!
Colored sugar crystals will make your Jell-O cookies a bit of not-so-hidden treasure!
I think I have died and gone to sprinkle and sugar heaven! Do you ever have moments when you want smack yourself in the head and say, “Why didn’t I think of that?” That’s me, right now! I have found the source, I have seen the light and I am forever changed! I have bought the basics and opened up a whole new world of possibility! I have learned how to color plain, large crystal and sanding white sugar…and sprinkles! A few months ago I had a reader ask me if I colored my own sugar for my Jell-O cookies…my answer was “no”. If only that had sparked a deeper fire for investigating the process, I could have saved myself a small fortune! I don’t know why I didn’t pursue this sooner. Maybe it was because I didn’t know what to look for or the right questions to ask. At one point, I found a bakery supply warehouse where I could buy sprinkles of all colors in bulk. When I went there, and it was quite a drive, I found out that all the items I wanted had to be ordered in advance…nothing was in stock. Discouraged, I put that the whole idea on the back shelf. Then I found myself needing specific colors of sprinkles again and I remembered seeing something on Pinterest (love my boards!) about coloring sprinkles and
It's quick and easy to whip up these pretty and tasty Valentine's Day Pink Lemonade Sprinkles Cake Mix Cookies! Great for sharing!
Adding "hugs and kisses" to your favorite brownie recipe, with an Oreo surprise inside is sure to win the heart of your favorite Valentine!
A new take on favorite recipe - put a little "heart" into your Jell-O cookies!
I have heard, albeit in a somewhat politically disparaging way, that one should never let a crisis go to waste. I have, in my own creative realm, decided that I will not let a good project (ie, recipe, paper art, helpful hint, etc.) go to waste. So when “Sister Friendly” (that’s me!) was trying to decide on what treat she was going to take to the Primary children yesterday, only one obstatical came my way…how do I display over 30 cake pops? They are just too cute to hide in a brown paper bag! I love finding colorful containers, especially when they’re on sale! This bucket, along with a lavendar striped one, came from Bath and Body Works. It measures 4 1/2″ in diameter on the bottom and 6 1/4″ across the top. This is a bit bigger than the ones you find in the dollar bins at Target, and the broader base helps to stabilize it. Galvinized buckets can also be found, so I’m sure you can find something similar. Here’s how I do it! Take your empty bucket and put a wad of packing or tissue paper in the bottom. I wouldn’t use newspaper because it might make your sticks dirty from the newsprint ink. This will keep the sticks going straight down and they won’t slide around. Start lining up the first row of cake pops. Keep them down, close to