Buttermilk Pie is one of those classic treats that just makes you happy to be from the South. One bite of this timeless treat will have you wishing you were somewhere warm and sunny!
The holidays mean traditions, yummy foods and tons of family time. One of my favorite holiday events combines all three of these things–cookie baking at Grandma’s. Every year, the girl cousins go to my grandma’s house to make cookies for all of our family gatherings over the holiday season, including these delicious Italian Wedding Cookies. This recipe was originally belonged to my grandmother’s mother so this recipe has now been tried and approved by four generations!
These cookies are definitely time-consuming, but they are worth it!
The holiday season and yummy baked goods go hand in hand. If you’re looking for a simple holiday treat to bring to a party or into the office, this classic chocolate fudge is your best bet. This recipe actually comes from one of my mom’s good friends–it is tried and true!
These cookies were also a part of the anniversary dinner I made for Cody! These delicious cookies are like a blend of a brownie and cookie–super chocolatey, soft and chewy! You cannot go wrong with this easy recipe.
Looking for a quick dessert to whip up today? Try out these peanut butter blossom cookies! These tasty treats take less than an hour to make.
Chocolate chess pie: a classic, rich, sweet Southern dessert. And luckily, it is so easy to make! Here’s my take on the chocolatey treat.
I looove banana bread! It’s a perfect breakfast, snack, dessert or gift for someone else. It’s also incredibly quick and easy to whip up–which is great, because I never seem to be able to eat all of the bananas I buy before they get a little too mushy. Here is my simple recipe for a tasty Banana Walnut Bread: