Articles tagged with baking
And So Begins The Red Velvet Yule Log
Upon our return from the grocery store, where we happened to run into some friends from church, which then caused K to forget the last item on her list - parchment paper, K started making preparations for the making and baking of the Red Velvet Yule Log wh
Cranberry Meringue Pie
I was going through my recipe box and came across this recipe that I wrote down a year or two ago. I have NO idea where I got it. I think it was a magazine from a military installation. I have not made it yet, but am thinking that it might be a nice chang
Day 5 of My House Arrest
Again, I failed to get on the treadmill today! -_- But in my defense it is a little difficult to do when the treadmill is in the living room, and you have 3 nephews (ages 1 - 7) and other family members hanging around! They are visiting Arizona from Cali f
Don't Hate Me Cause I Love Chocolate
Don't hate me cause I'm an out of control chocolate lover. I'm sharing the recipes with you! :) Chocolate Zucchini Cake http://bit.ly/1lL44T3 Chocolate Candy for the Lactose Intolerant http://bit.ly/1qUc0g0 Chocolate Sou
Stewart versus Esteves - Throw Down!
American TV personality Martha Stewart is the most famous housekeeper / homemaker in the world. That's what I thought until when mentioning her name in a casual discussion, the person who was not from America said they didn't know her. In case the reader d
First Apple Pie in More than 20 Years
I have become committed to being more frugal with what I have, and getting through my freezer, refrigerator and pantry so that I do not waste so much food and money. I seem to have an exorbitant number of apples, and I had a box of refrigerated pie crusts
Help! :) I've been looking for little ways I can earn some extra money (saving up for a down payment is not easy, and it is very stressful on the mind)! One way I have thought about doing that is by baking home made dog treats and selling the
Has The Great British Bake Off Made Brits Better Bakers?
One of 2014's big events here in the UK was another series of The Great British Bake Off, for many this has become an annual obsession with it's winning format of baked goods, rising temperatures, mistakes and the over use of the phras
Dutch Windmill Cookies: St. Nicholas Treats
When I was a little girl my mother would always buy a bag of mixed cookies when she did her grocery shopping. Her favourites were these flat spiced cookies in the shape of a windmill. I always just thought they were some kind of ginger snap, but they are a
A Light Show in the Oven Canâ€™t be Good!
It never fails does it? Just when I thought I was going to manage Christmas expenses along with regular bills, something had to happen, right? Well, instead of going Christmas shopping, I went appliance shopping, but I guess that is Merry Christmas to me!
Homemade Gluten Free Bread
Gluten Free Bread After many trials in the kitchen, I believe I have perfected one of my Gluten Free Bread recipes! This makes delicious regular toast and a very tasty French toast. Works well with sandwiches, but I would suggest toasting the
Making A Cream Cake
I made a #cake for #Father’s day. This is for my husband actually, since my daughter asks me to make it. Then I made an agreement with her, that she will go to the grocery store and handle the ingredients we need and she will choose what #taste we p
Apple Sauce Cookies
Apple Sauce Cookies After making all of the apple sauce this year, I needed another way to use it up so I thought I would make up another cookie recipe. This would be great for someone who is Diabetic as the sugar count is next to no