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Thai Coconut Dumpling Soup

Thai Coconut Dumplin...

Thai Coconut Dumpling Soup I love Thai coconut soup and Chinese dumplings so why not try them together in my own fusion of Thai and Chinese!? This was very easy to make with the help of frozen dumplings and already prepared lemongrass and ginger that can be purchased in a tube found...
Baked Chicken Tenders

Baked Chicken Tender...

Simple Baked Chicken Tenders This is one of the easiest and tastiest recipes I’ve shared and it only has 4 ingredients. It is sooooooo easy and soooooo good and kids love them!! I buy the individually frozen chicken tenders to use in this recipe. I take the chicken out to thaw...
Microwave Peanut Brittle

Microwave Peanut Bri...

Microwave Peanut Brittle This is the easiest peanut brittle in the world to make and tastes fabulous! It only takes fifteen minutes to make, as well, so you can’t go wrong with this recipe. I packaged this up in small decorative boxes that can be found at craft stores and gave...
Peppermint Stick Ice Cream Pie

Peppermint Stick Ice...

Peppermint Stick Ice Cream Pie I just had to get this recipe posted for those of you who may be looking for an easy, no-cooking-required holiday dessert! It’s made with peppermint stick ice cream which is usually only available from around Thanksgiving thru New Year’s....
Apple Cheddar Sausage Balls with Dijon-Balsamic Glaze

Apple Cheddar Sausag...

Apple Cheddar Sausage Balls These sausage balls are an excellent addition to your holiday buffets! They are a wonderful combination of sweet and savory and with the addition of the grated apple are very tender and moist. I’ve made these for an appetizer as well as for brunch...
Fruity Party Punch

Fruity Party Punch...

Party Punch Everyone needs a go-to party punch recipe so I thought I’d share the one I’ve made for years. I, generally, make this mostly at Christmas which is when we have our biggest party but it’s good any time of year. I especially like this one because the ingredients...
Holiday Truffle Pops

Holiday Truffle Pops...

Holiday Truffle Pops Yes, I’m still alive and still cooking! I simply got sidetracked this fall with knitting socks. It’s tough to have so many interests, yet, so little time when working full-time outside the home, being active in church, and leading a chapter of Dining...
Almond Ice Cream

Almond Ice Cream...

Almond Ice Cream with Sliced Peaches and Pound Cake If you’ve been following my posts on frozen treats, you can tell that I love almond anything! We were having some friends over for dinner the other night so when I was at the Farmer’s Market I picked up some fresh peaches...
Dilled Green Bean Pickles

Dilled Green Bean Pi...

Dilled Green Bean Pickles As you know, I’ve been trying my hand at small batch canning this summer. This recipe was my very first attempt at canning but I didn’t want to post it until they had passed the taste test. The thing with pickles is that you need to wait a month...
Zucchini Nutella Swirl Bread

Zucchini Nutella Swi...

Zucchini Nutella Swirl Bread I think the first time I ever had Nutella was on a trip to Tahiti. We went down to the Papeete harbor several evenings when the cruise ships came in because local vendors set up food booths for selling all kinds of wonderful food to the tourists. It was...