This recipe is similar to my easy nectarine cobbler, but it’s made with canned fruit instead of fresh, and we’ve swapped the butter for a mild flavored oil. The result is a super delicious cobbler that is somewhat reminiscent of a bread pudding in texture, except for the crispy top. It’s a favorite with our family, and I’m certain it will be a favorite with yours, too.
Creamed Peas and Potatoes is a simple and delicious vegetable side dish that goes well with almost any meat entree. This was always a spring side dish in my house when I was growing up. Then, it was made with fresh new potatoes and sweet peas. Back then, I particularly loved having creamed peas and potatoes as a side dish with chicken.
Creamy Corn Chowder, loaded with celery, onions, carrots, and corn in a thick creamy base is to serve on a cold and stormy day. This soup is pure comfort food at it’s finest. The best part is that this recipe is surprisingly easy to prepare. You can have dinner on the table in about 45 minutes.
This recipe is for a sweet potato casserole that is so sweet and delicious that it’s almost like eating dessert. The secret is baking the sweet potatoes before making the casserole because baking makes sweet potatoes taste even sweeter than usual.
Dessert is always a good thing. This dessert is make from a simple combination of ingredients that go together quickly to create a sweet and delicious cobbler with minimum stress for the cook. I used fresh fruit, but this recipe works just as well with either frozen or canned fruit. It’s our go to cobbler recipe when we want something sweet.
So far this week, I have posted two recipes for finger sandwiches that would be great for a Mother’s Day tea party. Today, I am going to share a recipe for scones. Scones are a traditional tea time treat. These scones are sweet and delicious, and I love the combination of orange and cranberry. They are also very easy to make. In my recipe, I used dried cranberries. If you are looking for a recipe made with fresh cranberries, check out this recipe at Sally’s Baking addiction. I chose to use dried cranberries because they are available in my […]
This recipe for Apple Crisp is very old. I’ve been making it for Baker’s Man since we were in college. My mother used to make it for me when I was growing up. That’s how I learned to make it. The thing that I like most about this recipe is that it doesn’t require a lot of complicated ingredients. I also like that there is no crust for me to mix up and roll. I confess. I have crust making anxiety. My mom was able to throw things together in a bowl, mix it up, then roll it into […]