Mini Blueberry Tarts in a Muffin Tin

We’ve been busy with blueberries this summer season, taking a recent trip east of Seattle for a u-pick blueberry day! It was something that was on our summer bucket list this year and we all loved it. For only $1.50… Continue Reading →

13 Coconut Recipes for Family, Food, and Fun

We love coconut at our house, using it for all kinds of fun recipes. There’s things to make for home use, yummy desserts, and even kids crafts. We’ve gathered DIY recipes for using coconut oil, flakes, and shreds, perfect for… Continue Reading →

31 Pie Recipes to Celebrate Pi Day

Yay, National Pi Day is coming up on March 14! But wait, there’s even more to celebrate this year! Not only is National Pi Day on 3/14 of every year, this year is EXTRA special adding the year 2015 to the… Continue Reading →

Mini Brownies in a Muffin Tin

Here I go again…more mini versions of things! Remember the pumpkin pie, meatloaf, and pop-up pancakes? Ya, I know, I can’t seem to get enough of the mini. And I’m sure there will be more mini things to come. Today’s… Continue Reading →

Mixing and Layering Rainbow Pudding

We’re getting really close to St. Patrick’s Day as March begins tomorrow and rainbows are forming everywhere to get ready for the gold! Last year we mixed up a Milk Rainbow Connection, so this year we’re trying it out with… Continue Reading →

We’re Adding Crushed Peppermint Candies to Almost Everything

Crushed up peppermint candies can be added to almost any sweet treat, especially those of the chocolate kind. I’ve recently made a batch of crushed up peppermint candy canes to add to a few yummy holiday treats. I used my… Continue Reading →

Brown Sugar Cake with Fresh Peaches

Peaches are my very favorite summer fruit.  (Nectarines come in second.)  I have been buying (and eating) peaches by the dozen.  We simply cannot get enough of our beloved local peaches. Most of the time we eat them out-of-hand with… Continue Reading →

One of My Favorite Desserts, Banoffee Pie

In 1972, Ian Dowding and Nigel Mackenzie of The Hungry Monk Restaurant in East Sussex, England, created one of my favorite desserts–Banoffee Pie.  (You can find their original recipe here on their website.) Most recipes from the UK use Digestive… Continue Reading →

Chocolate Chip S’mores Surprise

Last weekend we toasted marshmallows up the canyon, but we only had chocolate chips for our S’mores. We’d never used chocolate chips before, so it was a new experience. Jordan and I ended up having ourselves a friendly competition to… Continue Reading →

Edible Easter Lilies

As Easter approaches, it is time once again for the family’s famous Easter Lilies. Last year it took me a few times to master the art of forming this tasty treat, but I finally got the hang of it to… Continue Reading →

Hippity Hoppity Recipe for Edible Easter Lilies

Easter is here and it is time for a delicious dessert. Here is our family’s famous recipe for Easter Lilies. They are a tradition and have to be made every year. They really look just like Lilies from a garden… Continue Reading →

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