So this is a recipe passed down from my Nana and I have attempted to add directions as best as possible. As you can imagine Southern mama’s tend to cook everything by taste and look so it can be a challenge to get exact measurements. I made this last year for the first time and it was wonderful though a little dry. You will want your mixture wet but not swimming prior to baking. You will want to bake this at 350° for about 30-45 minutes checking frequently. This is a wonderful dish for Thanksgiving and I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
I have found another winner! This Chicken Soup made in the Crock-Pot is not only amazing, but so easy! Monday’s are my long days at work so having dinner ready by the time I get home, is a must. I love that pureed beans take the place of broth and there is so much flavor in this dish! Enjoy y’all! Wonderfully tasty chicken soup that the whole family will love! If you can't stand the thought of store bought, here is a homemade recipe.
“Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase” I use this recipe for almost all my cut-out cookies. The texture is perfect and the cookies hold their shape perfectly. I change out the extracts for a variety of flavor and decorate with glaze, a simple buttercream or sanding sugar. I have a Cuisinart Stand Mixer that I love and use religiously. If you don’t have one I highly recommend. There are a ton of attachments that you can purchase separately that are too fun to not add to your kitchen…
I absolutely love Pecan Pie and it is a huge hit in my house. Add bourbon of course and it is even better! You can always omit the bourbon of course but it’s the holidays so why not!
Super easy and a great side dish! There are a ton of variations out there but I like to keep mine simple.
Yes I said bacon! I mean how else do you make an already great dish perfect! I don’t use canned green beans either and am thankful my hubby doesn’t mind breaking beans!
Guilty, I have a sweet tooth. I don’t indulge often however but when I do I make sure it counts! Here are 7 Amazing Desserts to try this Holiday Season that are sure to be a crowd-pleaser! Pumpkin Creme Brûlée from TidyMom.net Mini Pecan Pies from Live Well Bake Often Pumpkin Whoopie Pies from Food Folks and Fun White Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Truffles from Southern Made Simple Aunt Hattie’s Caramels from The Mama Life Mini Pumpkin Pies from One Little Project Salted Caramel Bittersweet Chocolate Tart from Life Made Simple Have a fabulous recipe you would like to share? Email me details so I…
Another perk of a blended family is more recipes handed down and this one is AMAZING! Hattie is my step-dad’s aunt and I would love to get hold of her cookbook one day. This caramel recipe is guaranteed to be your favorite as it is mine. This makes great stocking stuffer candy too! photo credit lovelihood Flickr
Found a vintage cookbook at my mama in laws and can’t wait to try some of these treasures!
Fall and apples go hand in hand and I love anything cooked with apples. All month I will post apple recipes that will be sure to make a happy table! Be sure to check out my events page on Facebook too and see where the local Apple Festivals are! This is a vintage recipe from Mrs. Cecil Jordan. Another fantastic vintage recipe!