Bringing delicious recipes back to the dinner table
I love this dessert because it is so effortless. You can easily whip it up before your friends and family come over, or you can make it the day before.
These peanut butter cookies are a peanut butter lover’s dream: they have creamy and crunchy peanut butter, peanut butter chips and they are soft and chewy.
This cake is packed with flavor. It is very chocolaty, which is what you want when you eat chocolate cake
These mashed potatoes taste awesome with gravy, but they have so much flavor and fluffiness that gravy isn’t all that necessary.
This stuffing gets a nice golden crust while the inside stays soft and fluffy. Once you make it in a Bundt pan, you’ll wonder why you didn’t do it sooner!
This raw apple cake is loaded with soft chopped apples, a ribbon of brown sugar and nuts in the middle and a big scoop of whipped topping on top!
Smoky beef and veggie chowder is the epitome of a good soup. It has big chunks of smoky beef sausage, a variety of fantastic veggies and a creamy base that doesn’t even have cream in it!
These little sliders come together in less than 20 minutes and I can guarantee your guests will love them.
This soup really has it all: flavorful ground beef, smooth and tangy cheese, BEER, and the homemade pretzel croutons.
This cake is magical. The cake itself isn’t too sweet. The bursts of caramel bits and the toffee make it sweet and it creates a great balance of flavor.
These little sandwich cookies are filled with a creamy, pumpkin-y filling enveloped in sweet white almond bark topped with none other than fall themed sprinkles.
Like the classic Big Mac, these stuffed shells are loaded with beef, homemade mac sauce and all the other fixins the Big Mac has to offer.
The thing I love about this particular banana bread recipe is how easy it is to whip up. I’m talking one bowl and one spoon kind of easy.