Mountain Dew Cake

Mountain Dew Cake |

I am finally getting around to blogging about this wonderful cake. After making those outrageous apple dumplings, I came across this recipe for Mountain Dew Cake at another blog called Patti’s Pantry. I figured it was worth a try since I sill had Mountain Dew left in my fridge from making the apple dumplings. The... Read More

Barbecue Ham Sandwiches

Barbecue Ham Sandwiches

This recipe  is a staple at our house in the summertime. It’s so great to quickly heat this up on the stove top and NOT  heat up the house. I got this recipe a year ago from a issue of Simple and Delicious magazine. Sure you could do the same things with any bottled barbecue... Read More

Creme Brulee French Toast

Creme Brulee French Toast l|

This is a new recipe I got from one of my new favorite blogs, What’s Cookin?. I have made similar recipes to this before, but after making this recipe, I don’t think I’ll use any other recipe. I love recipes like this, where you can make breakfast at night and it’s already to throw in... Read More

Melt-in-Your Mouth Pecan Rolls

Melt In Your Mouth Pecan Rolls |

Your gonna love these little gems! I had a package of crescent dough still hanging out in my refrigerator that was fast approaching the use by date on the roll. So, I decided to made these yummy Pecan Rolls that I got the recipe for several years ago from a Taste of Home magazine. My... Read More

Shockingly Simple Black Bean Taco Salad

Shockingly Simple Taco Salad |

This is a taco salad recipe with a little of a twist. It is one that my family loves. I got it several years ago from a Quick Cooking Magazine, now known as Simple and Delicious. I don’t add the tomatoes because my family is not a fan of fresh tomatoes. I do add a... Read More

Meat Marinade

I got this recipe from another fellow blogger, What’s Cookin?. She says she uses it on chicken and beef. I decided to use it on thin cut petite sirloin steaks. The steaks were about 1/4 inch thick and I marinated it for 7 hours. The meat was so full of flavor. For thicker cuts of... Read More

Pecan Praline Bars

Pecan Praline Bars

If you love pecans, you have to give this recipe at try. I saw this recipe this last week on a local show called Studio 5. I absolutely love pecans and pecan pie, so this recipe called my name. I had everything on hand to make this so, I gave this a try today and... Read More

Apple Dumplings

Apple Dumplings |

Tonight for dessert, I decided to try a recipe for Apple Dumplings that I found on The Pioneer Woman. I figured it couldn’t be too bad if it uses crescent rolls and butter. Good thing I only made a half recipe or we would have eaten the whole pan. The one odd ingredient, which seems... Read More

Southwest Egg Puff

Southwest Egg Puff |

I got this recipe after going to a shower. They served this as part of a brunch and it was delicious. I was really surprised at what the recipe consisted of. It is also really yummy because it is different then your normal run of the mill eggs. The green chilis are what really make... Read More

Enchilada Syle Burritos

Enchilada Style Burritos |

This is a recipe I got several years ago from a Quick Cooking Magazine, the magazine has since changed it’s name to Simple and Delicious. I have made a few modifications from the original recipe. This a a good way to fancy up good old frozen burritos. You could used canned enchilada sauce and do... Read More