You’re just three ingredients away from the easiest, most decadent treat ever.
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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’re like me you’re looking for a few ways to make the day special without breaking the bank or going to a whole lot of trouble. Chocolate covered strawberries to the rescue!
They’re easy, fancy, and completely irresistible. Plus, these particular chocolatey berries come with a delicious nutty twist. >> More
You can keep your vanilla ice cream and root beer floats, this grown up float with homemade tangerine sorbet and chilled sparkling wine is all I’ll ever need. Forever and ever, amen. The combo or orange citrus (and really you can use whatever you like— tangerines, oranges, clementines, etc.) and your favorite sparkling wine is going to win you over too, I promise.
This recipe has been on my site for a few years now, but I had a craving last week and couldn’t resist snapping a few new photos and sharing them with you. >> More
Soft chocolate sugar cookies topped with whipped vanilla buttercream to delight your sweet tooth!
My husband and I don’t really do much to celebrate Valentine’s Day. This year we’ll probably just enjoy a nice meal at home together as a family and share a bottle of champagne after the kids go to bed. No frills, no fuss.
I’m just not that big of a fan of the holiday with its overpriced flowers, crowded restaurants, etc. That being said, Valentine’s Day is good for one thing:
Chocolate! >> More
Sloppy joes made with taco beef and piled high with fresh taco toppings are sure to please a crowd.
I guess there’s some major sporting event happening this weekend? Huh.
We don’t have cable and I couldn’t care less about football, so there’s a good chance I won’t see any of the game. Regardless, I’d hate to pass up an opportunity to overindulge on snacks, appetizers and other sorts of game day food.
What are you making for the Super Bowl— Chips and dip? Wings? Burgers? How about these super easy, super scrumptious taco sloppy joes? More >>
Cinnamon roll meets buttery biscuit in this quick, easy, and scrumptious breakfast treat.
Cinnamon rolls and buttermilk biscuits, two of my most favorite things. Why have I not combined them before?
These cinnamon roll biscuits have all of the soft, sweet, and cinnamony goodness of cinnamon rolls but in the quick and almost fuss-free package of homemade biscuits. No yeast means no rising, which means you can enjoy these buns in about thirty minutes flat. More >>