Strawberries with sour cream and brown sugar is a second-generation dessert close to my heart.
There are multiple versions of this recipe, but this one has been perfected. No one will say “This tastes good for a gluten-free cookie” because these cookies are just good. No qualifiers, just good.
These simple, sweet treats were prepared with things I hand on hand, aside from my farmers market strawberries.
These little sticks were a big hit at my daughter’s birthday party last weekend. You take these little sticks of chocolate and stir them into of mugs of warm milk to make hot chocolate.
Apple season is here. These muffins are a great way to uses ’em if you got ’em. And since they are made with whole-wheat flour and fresh apples, it’s a healthier (and tastier) muffin.
I love doing homemade ice pops in the summertime, and these ice cube trays make perfect mini-sized delights.
This cobbler recipe was adapted from Jacques Pepin’s Fast Food My Way, a cookbook that is a great resource for easy and quick entertaining.
For Valentine’s Day, I made these heart shaped sugar cookies for my daughter’s class. The cookies are made with wheat flour and a little less sugar than most sugar cookie recipes. They are tasty just the same and bake up chewy, yet crunchy on the outside. I used royal icing to decorate but they great plain.
I wait all year for these amazing cara cara navel oranges to come in season. At Trader Joe’s this week I found flats of them.