Today I have a super easy treat that’s also healthy, yet festive for the fall season! This Halloween Fruit Cup is made using the little fruit cups you get from the store. You could also use fruit from a can, frozen, or even fresh fruit, but the little fruit cups work great for a single serve dessert without any measuring. It is great for a healthy after school snack, and it is also an easy party treat to prepare. [Read more...]
Today we have our final guest post of the summer series! Today’s comes from Amy at Joyful Daisy and she is sharing a delicious looking Frozen Raspberry Pie. I don’t know about you, but I love pie any time of year, and this recipe certainly sounds like a dessert for all seasons!
This delicious Frozen Raspberry Pie is a delightful mix of flavors and textures. The raspberries combined with lemon juice are so fresh, the whipped egg whites and whipped cream are so light and fluffy, and the toasted almonds in the crust adds the perfect amount of crunchiness. The other thing I love about this pie is that it can be made ahead of time. [Read more...]
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When I was a kid, I could hardly wait for an after school snack. Often this meant stopping by to get a hamburger or ice cream on the way home from school, but there was nothing like coming home to eat a homemade dessert! My dad used to make such yummy recipes, and he made this one chocolate layer cake that was to die for!
The Cool Whip Icing was definitely the star of the cake, so today I’m sharing this icing with you, so that you can see how adding a little Cool Whip can turn your ordinary dessert in to an extraordinary dessert! [Read more...]
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My family is very excited for football season to be starting! My husband has already explained to me that the television station will be glued to the SEC Network, so that if I don’t want to watch sports, I can plan accordingly and go to the next room. Haha! But actually I really enjoy football and I especially love watching our team the Crimson Tide! And I also look forward each week to game day food!
We usually order out or make something early that will last the day, and game day food is generally “man food.” We like appetizers, especially chicken fingers and wings! But we also sometimes go for things like meatballs, sausage balls, cocktail weenies, cheesesticks, cheese fries, or chips and dip. And other times we like simple meals like sub sandwiches, grilled burgers, chili dogs, pizza, and barbecue sandwiches. Yes, we do love to eat!
As much as I love all the salty and spicy goodness of game day, I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t crave something sweet! So today I am sharing a simple dessert that you can prepare to make your game day even sweeter! I took my recipe for strawberry pretzel salad and turned it in to a kid-friendly game day treat: Strawberry Pretzel Parfaits. And I added a little extra team spirit to the treat using Jell-O University Molds! [Read more...]
Even though we’re winding down the summer and doing the back to school thing over here, I still have a few summer guest posts to go this month! Today I’m excited to have Karen from From the Garden Table. Karen has prepared a delicious looking treat, which I personally think would be perfect for fall or the upcoming fall season. Check it out her Blueberry Buckle Coffee Cake! [Read more...]
Happy Friday! As summer is drawing to an end, I decided to feature some berry recipes that look great for summer but would also be good for the fall season. Hope you enjoy!
PS – I’m looking for featuring some back to school ideas, especially breakfasts, after school snacks, and organizational posts, so if you have anything to fit in to one of those themes I invite you to link it up (old posts and new welcome).