German Scones with Cinnamon Honey Butter

German Scones with Cinnamon Honey Butter |

I have been on the hunt for a scone recipe. I really want one that is similar to what you find at a restaurant here called Chuck-A-Rama. I found this version on Cafe Zupas blog, which also has restaurants here. I have been there before and it was fabulous. These scones turned out wonderful. They... Read More

Twice Baked Potatoes

Twice Baked Potatoes |

This recipe comes from The Pioneer Woman. Believe it or not, I have never made twice baked potatoes. So, I decided to try out her recipe. They were fabulous. However, next time I think I’ll add more like 1/2 tsp at least of the Lawry’s season salt. They were fairly simple to make. It just... Read More

Easy Potato Rolls

Easy Potato Rolls |

This is a good way to use up leftover mashed potatoes, especially if you have any from Thanksgiving. This recipe is fairly simple and will take around 2 hours to make these. Good thing is it makes a lot. I use a pan of rolls for dinner, put each of the other two pans in... Read More

Pumpkin Cheesecake

Pumpkin Cheesecake |

I am NOT a pumpkin pie fan. It’s a texture thing for me. However, I can usually eat anything else with pumpkin in it, just not pumpkin pie. When I saw this recipe for pumpkin cheesecake at My Sisters Cucina, I thought that I could do that. Rachel at My Sisters Cucina actually got the... Read More

Breakfast Casserole

Breakfast Casserole |

If you liked the recipe I recently posted for the Baked Oven Omelet, then you’ll love this recipe. I got this recipe from a coupon section of my Sunday paper years ago. It uses sausage and some other veggies. I don’t add the tomatoes or mushrooms due to my family’s tastes. I do think it... Read More

Rice Pilaf

Rice Pilaf |

This is a great side dish recipe I like to make. It comes out of the Lion House cookbook. It calls for simple ingredients to make a flavorful rice. I use my mini food processor to mince the onion and celery. I also use bouillon cubes to make the broth. Print Rice Pilaf   Ingredients... Read More

Candy Corn Cookies

Candy Corn Cookies |

I made these cookies yesterday for Halloween. Even though Halloween is over, I figured candy corns can still be considered a fall treat, so these cookies could still be made. The cookie pouches made making these cookies a breeze. I also dipped the top of the cookies in granulated sugar be for putting them on... Read More

French Bread

French Bread |

I got this recipe from my sister-in-law years ago. We tried it at her house and I had to get the recipe. It’s an easy recipe but takes a little time, but it’s so worth it. My family is not a fan of crunchy crust on the french bread, so this has a soft crust.... Read More

Hash Brown Quiche

Hashbrown Quiche |

I love having breakfast for dinner and this Hashbrown Quiche is one recipe I make quite often. It comes from The Essential Mormon Cookbook by Julie Badger Jensen. This book has a lot of down home type recipes. Now, the way this turns out all depends on the type of hash browns you can find... Read More

Skillet Enchiladas

Skillet Enchiladas |

Here’s a recipe that I got from a local TV show called Good Things Utah. It was a recipe that was from viewer Pat Warner. It is one of the few ways my family will eat corn tortillas, which I love. It is now a family favorite. The other good thing, it only takes about... Read More