I am so happy to be guest posting for Melissa from Served Up with Love today. I wish we lived next door to each other so we can share our recipes with a morning cup of coffee like we did at the Southern Food Bloggers Retreat.
January 28, 2015
January 27, 2015
The best place to enjoy the most scrumptious appetizers, dips, sliders and sweet treats is at a Supper Bowl Party!
Each year we have pretty much the same type of food variety for our Super Bowl Party. We always have the same type of food but different recipes. For instance, we have sliders, several dips, two or three different kind of wings. One thing does stay the same, and that is we always have Lunch Lady Brownies and Southern Pecan Chewies.
January 25, 2015
Now that my children are grown and married, I am the only one that eats bananas in the house. I often buy too many bananas, and I can't eat all of them before they start turning brown.
Back in my mind when I buy them, I'm always thinking of making a banana quick bread.
My Mother's recipe for Banana Nut Bread is a classic, made with lots of ripe bananas and toasted nuts.
January 19, 2015
Chocolate Fudge Pie is a classic old fashioned Southern dessert that has been around for years. Some people call this pie a chocolate chess pie. It has all the ingredients of a traditional chess pie with the addition of cocoa powder, and the filling and crust bake together.
January 11, 2015
December 30, 2014
I have heard of Buckeye Candy before, but for some reason, I have never made it. I can't imagine why. I first became aware of the Buckeye Fudge version from Christin over at Spicy Southern Kitchen.
As soon as I saw this fudge on her website, I wanted to make it, and I knew it would be perfect in our Christmas treat boxes.
I have to tell you, it is absolutely the best fudge. I mean, it is close to becoming my favorite fudge of all time with my Mother's Millionaire Fudge being my favorite.