Halloween is just around the corner and this is one holiday that is all about the treats! These Lemon-Lime Witches Brew Poke Cupcakes taste delicious and they are so fun for kids to make.
Summer desserts are just the best. I love filling them with fresh, seasonal fruit and enjoying them together as a family. This Raspberry Peach Cobbler is a classic summer dessert with a twist. This version is low in sugar, although it is so packed with sweet summer fruit that you won’t even miss the sugar.
The holidays are the perfect time to reach out to friends and family. I’m always a fan of doing that with food. A big thanks to Bob’s Red Mill for sponsoring this post so we can share one of our favorite holiday cookie recipes with you. This recipe for Cranberry Almond Shortbread Cookies is always a hit when we make it and we always include these on our holiday cookie plate that we share with family and friends.
The holiday season is all about baking at my house. These Chocolate Pecan Oatmeal Carmelitas are always a huge hit, and with a little help from O Organics® products from Albertsons (who sponsored this post), we can throw a batch together to share with family and friends or to enjoy as a family.
The holiday season can get so hectic. We don’t always get everything done that we want to. One thing we always make sure we have time for, though, is making holiday treats to share with friends and family.
We love making treats together as a family and it’s always so much fun to share something homemade.
These Oatmeal Carmelitas are always a hit during the holiday season. We always make these when we are making neighbor treat plates during the holiday season. Without fail, when we hand these out, someone asks for the recipe.
Do you love caramel apples?
Caramel apples are the ultimate fall treat, but they can be so hard to eat, especially for kids. These Sliced Caramel Apple Pops taste amazing and are so much easier to make (and eat) than a traditional caramel apple.
We love making caramel apples as a family. With 6 kids, everyone is covered in caramel by the end, but we all have a good time. This year, we wanted to try something a bit different.
My twins are two years old right now and if you’ve ever watched a toddler try to eat a caramel apple, you know it doesn’t work too well.
It is hilarious, but there aren’t many bites out of the apple when you are done.
These sliced caramel apple pops are much easier for everyone and they are so fun to decorate.