Carrot Cake Jam

A REPOST of one of my most requested jams. Photo by cottonbro Jellies and Jams are a staple for any family with children. For some, a delicacy. Over the years, my children had identified their go-to favorites for delicious sandwich jelly and jams, as well as their absolute favorite delicacies. "We need more _____________ jam, … Continue reading Carrot Cake Jam

Strawberry Shortcake Cookies

Strawberry farms are into their new season and 4th of July is here- test out this great cookie recipe. I love making these cookies with my own little twist for the 4th of July festivities. (By adding in a handful of white chocolate chip melted and drizzled on top and a heaping cup of blueberries … Continue reading Strawberry Shortcake Cookies

Best Ever Coffee Frosted Mini Cut Outs!

These cookies are sooo good and supply that sweet craving in one bite. (If you can stop at one!) I love these little guys. Use your favorite sugar cookie dough recipe, here is mine. Roll out and cut as desired. I purchased these cute mini star cut outs! Perfect for little bites and the little … Continue reading Best Ever Coffee Frosted Mini Cut Outs!

Delicious Sugar Scrub Recipe

I love sugar scrub!!! Photo by Tara Winstead on Pexels.com Perhaps one of my favorite gifts to make around the holidays and throughout winter season is Sugar Scrub. I wanted to share my super easy base recipe that can be tweaked so many ways and with so many scents! Delicious Sugar Scrub 3 C. Sugar … Continue reading Delicious Sugar Scrub Recipe

World Best Pumpkin Bars (*A Large family Pumpkin Pie Cheat*)

Pumpkin Pie Bars Pumpkin. Need I say more? Not pumpkin pie filling, but the pure flesh of a fresh pumpkin, NUM! We bake our Amish Pumpkin Pie pumpkins straight from the garden. After baking, we cool and make pumpkin puree in the blender. Next we set aside all we will immediately use and store the … Continue reading World Best Pumpkin Bars (*A Large family Pumpkin Pie Cheat*)

Old Fashioned Corn Cob Jelly

Photo by Adonyi Gu00e1bor on Pexels.com Warm melted butter oozing down off a slice cornbread, delicious. What could even make it tastier? Corn cob jelly. Smooth buttery, salty sweet goodness. Great grandma preserved everything. Partially because it was delicious and everyone looked forward to her recipes. As well as, for years it was necessity. Rarely … Continue reading Old Fashioned Corn Cob Jelly

DIY Salsa Verde (Sweet)

Photo by John Lambeth on Pexels.com Tamatillos are one of the favorite items to plant in our garden. I say one, because they are up there among the tomatoes, peppers, onions and eat before you get to the house fresh produce! Many people consider staples to be only their rice, sugars, flours, etc. In our … Continue reading DIY Salsa Verde (Sweet)

Eggs, eggs, eggs…

Photo by Suzy Hazelwood on Pexels.com As a tribute to the girls, February is Chicken sensation and creation month! LOL. In actuality, June 3rd is national egg day and July 6th is national chicken day. Photo by Nicholas Githiri on Pexels.com However, right around this time of year, chickens around the world begin to pick … Continue reading Eggs, eggs, eggs…

Cookies in Minutes ~ With a Recipe

Photo by Mateusz Dach on Pexels.com In a pinch and having some company? Or a last minute Sunday school or teaching treat for the students? Look in the cupboard and grab a box of cake mix. Mix one package of cake mix, 1 stick of softened butter and one egg. Stir. Mix until smooth. Roll … Continue reading Cookies in Minutes ~ With a Recipe

Kid friendly- Cheerio Treats

Kids love all things cereal. I love this recipe because it goes with the classic rice krispie bars idea, which I have yet to find a child that does not like rice krispie bars. These are just as big of a hit! Whether you are bringing a birthday treat, having a party, guests, a classroom … Continue reading Kid friendly- Cheerio Treats