This dessert could not be easier, and has a rich, homey, and old fashioned sort of taste and texture. It will make you want to curl up with a blanket and a scoop of ice cream and watch old movies on your couch all night. Alternatively, you could do what I did, and serve it… Continue reading Hot Fudge Pie
I wish I had better pictures of this fruit dip, because it was absolutely amazing. Unfortunately, I’m notorious for making delicious food for parties and then forgetting to take good pictures of it. It was even better than that marshmallow creme fruit dip, which I happen to have a very high regard for. I can… Continue reading Coconut Fruit Dip
Yesterday, this blog post was posted in my Facebook news feed no less than 5 times. In it, as in many similar blog posts I’ve seen since the invention on Pinterest, the mom blogger rants about how we need to, as a group, “tone down” the holidays. She speaks with disdain about things like leprechaun… Continue reading Humbug: Not Nearly as Much Fun as Holiday Magic.
My daughter and I are trying to catch a leprechaun. We have carefully constructed a leprechaun trap… We’ve studied all there is to know about them…. And we’ve made these delicious leprechaun catching (read: green oatmeal peanut butter cookies) to entice them into our trap. I am forever seeing St. Patrick’s Day cookies on Pinterest,… Continue reading Leprechaun Catching Cookies
My baby boy turned one this weekend. For me, it is a time of both sadness at him getting big so quickly, and relief that the older he gets, the more things he can do for himself (like walk, and wipe his own butt.) Charlie’s big 0-1 bash was dinosaur themed this year. I did… Continue reading Perfect White Cake with Coconut Cream Frosting