Strawberry Swirl Cream Cheese Pound Cake

While this pound cake is heavy on ingredients, the final result is so light and delicious on flavor. The lid on the cake has a delightful crunch, while the inside is soft and pillowy. I do wish that it had more strawberry flavor. You could easily accomplish that by using fresh strawberry preserves or jam… Read More >

Cherry Crisps

These cherry crisps would be the perfect thing to serve after a big meal. Not just because of their small size, though that helps. The proportion of fruit to crisp is quite pronounced so you feel like this is a relatively healthy dessert. I just love the individual serving sizes – your dinner party guests… Read More >

7 Recipes for Overnight Oats

I had heard about overnight oats and was always intrigued but had never tried to make them myself. They seemed really easy and the combinations endless – plus they gave you an easy way to grab and go with breakfast in the morning, so what was I waiting for? I decided to do a little… Read More >

Mini Lemon Pudding Cakes

After a big dinner, you may not always have room for dessert. What I like about these mini lemon pudding cakes is that they are small in size and rich without being heavy. They pack a tart Vitamin C punch, especially if you choose to use lemon sugar so really what I’m saying is they… Read More >

Crockpot Recipe: Triple Chocolate Brownies

When you think of crockpot recipes, your mind probably goes right to things like stew, braised meats, or soups. I’ve seen plenty of dessert recipes for the slow cooker, but I’ve never tried to make anything sweet in mine. When I stumbled upon this recipe for triple chocolate brownies, I wanted to give my crockpot… Read More >

Desserts to Make with Eggnog

Eggnog is so much more than a festive holiday drink – whether you make your own or buy it already made at the grocery store, it’s a fantastic ingredient! Here’s a list of some mouthwatering eggnog desserts that are sure to be a hit at your holiday table this year. Be sure to wash them… Read More >

How to Host a Stress Free Thanksgiving

Hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for friends and family is a big deal but it doesn’t have to be super stressful. I’ve hosted for upwards of 16 of our family members for a holiday meal over the last 5 years and I have certainly learned a few things along the way. I’m not going to pretend… Read More >

How to Decorate a Halloween Cheesecake

October is the spookiest month of the year and many of us are heading to Halloween parties later this month. That or your kids need to bring in a fun dessert for a school party. There are so many amazing Pinterest-worthy desserts and scary creations, but we can’t always find the time to make them…. Read More >