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Angel Food Cake French Toast

Angel Food Cake French Toast |

I love breakfast and I also love changing up breakfast from the usual, like making french toast in a new way. I have used items like croissants, banana bread, and frozen waffles before to make french toast. So I was excited to see how it would work to make it using slices of angel food... Read More

Mini Ice Cream Cookie Cups

Mini Ice Cream Cookie Cups

This is the last of the Pillsbury Bake Off recipes I sampled at my recent tips to General Mills headquarters. This recipes was created by Sue Compton using the Pillsbury Ready to Bake Sugar Cookies. It was the million dollar winning recipe in 2010. I thought this was a fun way to serve up ice cream... Read More

Hazelnut Beignets

Hazelnut Beignets

We have another winning recipe today from the Pillsbury Bake Off. This recipe was also at the 2013 contest and was created by Karyn Hentz using Pillsbury Grands Homestyle Buttermilk Biscuits along with the new Jif Hazelnut spread. Now Karen used the Mocha Cappuccino Flavored Hazelnut Spread and espresso powdered in her recipe. I am not... Read More

Simple Lemon Fruit Dip

Simple Lemon Fruit Dip |

Spring and lemon go hand in hand. I have done a lemon week the past few years here at RMK because I love lemon so much and usually have a stack of recipes I am waiting to try. So It is lemon week again here at RMK. I also thought it would work well to... Read More

Easy Nutella Mousse

Nutella Mousse |

Today’s recipe is an excellent filling for the crepes I shared yesterday. Or it also works well as a tasty fruit dip. Either way if you serve this to mom on Mother’s Day she will most definitely enjoy this rich, creamy, and decadent mousse! My husband isn’t a fan of nutella and believe it or... Read More

Chocolate and Vanilla Crepes

Chocolate and Vanilla Crepes |

I love crepes. One of the reasons I crepes, is that they work great for breakfast or for dessert. I have shared a couple of crepe recipes before, but I recently sampled another one from a friend. It tasted great so I decided to take that recipe and change it up by making a vanilla version... Read More

Rice Krispies Garden Party Garland

Garden Party Garlands |

This spring, Rice Krispies is helping moms to “Keep It Simple, Silly!” Making a recipe you find online doesn’t have to mean creating a culinary masterpiece—it can just be a great way to connect with your kids. Made with a few simple ingredients, Rice Krispies Treats are the perfect, easy-to-make goodie and can be a great activity for... Read More

Rich No Bake Cheesecakes

Rich No Bake Cheesecakes |

I would call myself a connoisseur of cheesecake. I have tried many. There is light and fluffy or dense and creamy. All are good, but I tend to lean toward and nice dense and creamy cheesecake. This is part of the reason that I eat cheesecake backwards. Most people eat a slice on cheesecake from... Read More

Blender Pots de Creme

Blender Pots de Creme |

I love it when I can make a dessert that looks fancy but is a cinch to make! That is exactly what I have for you today. Pots de Creme is a french custard dessert. The name means pot of creme or custard. It is also usually served in a small porcelain cup. The method... Read More