It must have been good because Colton had seconds, and Kiki says Colton almost never eats seconds!
There are a few ways that you can make this cake. One of the versions (including my mom’s) uses cream cheese and butter. My recipe is the simplest and the best and cream cheese and butter-free.
I copied this recipe out of a magazine (I wish I could remember which magazine!) a few years back, tried it out for my mom’s 50th birthday cake, and it was a huge success. Since then it’s become a cake we make at least once a year (like the red velvet cake we make every year for my birthday).
A pizza good enough to burn your house down.
It really is the perfect chocolate cake!
Known in some circles as party potatoes (because they are such a big hit at parties), this dish will have everyone smiling.
I was first introduced to these mint brownies in high school. Since my friend first made them for me nearly 17 years ago, I have since incorporated them into my annual Christmas cookie repertoire. They were a huge hit in the office last Christmas.
Eggs and toast, combined. Even better when you’re using an English muffin.
A whole new take on our usual turkey burger patties.
Easily the best pie I’ve ever tasted.
This is the recipe that my mom uses when she has leftover bananas to use and wants something to take into work. Her recipe is for banana bars.
Homemade croutons taste so much better in a salad than any croutons you can find in the grocery store.