New Years Chicken Chili Cheese Dip

We are going to a New Year's party which will likely last a while. The plan is actually to get together as a late Christmas party but that means we'll eat early. So about 10:30 or so people will be wandering around looking for something to eat. I thought I'd put this out to satisfy... Continue Reading →

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19th Day of Christmas: Apple Cider & Apple Cider Floats

Brought to you by Sally's Baking Addiction. A lovely slow cooker recipe for homemade apple cider which I am going to make for Christmas because WOW. And then since you've got the apple cider why not make a float out of it. I've been thinking about this with hot chocolate too. We almost did hot... Continue Reading →

Tasty Deviled Eggs to Adorable

I know. I know. Easter is behind us and this is late but I couldn't find my cookbook and this is a tasty Easter addition or even after Easter when you have all the multi-colored hard boiled eggs. PS: I don't recommend eating 4 halves for breakfast just to get rid of leftovers. prep-time: 20... Continue Reading →

Slower Cooker Hot Chocolate

prep time: 10-15 minutes cook time: 2-3 hours serves: 10-12 What You'll Need 1 cup powdered sugar 3/4 cup cocoa powder 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 cup chocolate syrup 1-2 tsp peppermint extract (optional) 7 cups non-fat milk (2% or whole is your choice) marshmallows and candy canes for garnish Mix It Up 1. Combine the... Continue Reading →

Cheoreg: A Holiday Favorite In My Family

Only for the serious baker as this is a very time consuming recipe but is great for family gatherings and to give as gifts. This is a favorite holiday recipe in our family. We tend to make it every Easter (as it is often called Easter Bread) but we often make it at Christmas time... Continue Reading →

Corn Pudding

prep time: 20 min. total time: 80 min. servings: 8 Ingredients 1 11 oz. can corn, drained 2 eggs - Separated 1/2 c. Sugar 1 tbsp. Flour 1 c. cream or 1/2 and 1/2 1/4 tsp. Salt 1 tbsp. Butter Directions 1) Mix Sugar Flour and Salt 2) In separate bowl beat egg yolks until... Continue Reading →

Fantastic Mashed Potatoes

Do you realize in one week American's will be eating their way into a food coma? I can't believe Thanksgiving is nearly here. So here is a great recipes for Turkey Day! This is a large recipe, but has never gone to waste. cook time: 45 minutes servings: 12-15 Ingredients 5 lbs. cooked, peeled, mashed... Continue Reading →

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