Loaded with apples and swirled witha scrumptious mixture of brown sugar, cinnamon and toasted nuts, this cake makes an ideal treat to enjoy with your coffee on these brisk Fall days! For an awesome Autumn dessert, try it with my Butter Pecan Glaze and/or a premium vanilla ice cream.
This versatile coffee cake also makes a delectable quick, light breakfast, with or without a cup of your favorite yogurt...it's especially good with pumpkin yogurt! I Think I Need A Coffee Break...
Cupcake connoisseurs will find these tendercupcakes a delightful departure from the norm. Filled to the brim, their delicate peanut butter flavor and mildly spiced, sweet figgy frosting just seem to beckon Autumn.
I developed this recipe after I recently spotted a jar of fig preserves in the store and knew immediately that I wanted to pair the preserves with peanut butter!
If you need something uncomplicated and delicious for dinner or a cookout, you'll love this famous... okay, my famous...lip-smacking, super-easy barbecued pulled chicken! It's made with only two ingredients in the slow cooker in only three hours, using incredibly simple methods of shredding and cooking the chicken.
Enjoy this laid-back, crowd-pleasing recipe for Labor Day, tailgating and effortless weeknight meals!
Congealed salads are back, and Southerners love their gelatin salads! One of my favorite dishes at a Southern cafeteria is a creamy congealed salad...somewhat like a dessert, but served as a side dish, you know we Southerners like our sweets, y'all!
Cool and creamy with a little crunch, this pineapple salad is perfect for summer and very
versatile. Traditionally, it would be served as a side; however, with
its beautiful layers, it would make a stunning presentation as an
appetizer and served as a spread with buttery crackers. Also, it would make a
wonderful light dessert served with a dollop of homemade whipped cream.
Add a little zing to your entrees with this super easy, light and zesty side salad. This salad is made with a savory spring mix and tossed with juicy, bright orange slices, tangy pomegranate dried cranberries, and crunchy toasted pecan halves. A sprinkling of shaved Parmesan cheese adds a surprise piquancy and the orange flavor is intensified with a scattering of orange zest. A drizzling of raspberry-pomegranate dressing perfectly completes the salad.
Delightfully refreshing, this salad is an ideal accompaniment to your summer meals. Add chicken or turkey for acomplete light lunch or dinner. Also, this dish especially complements spicy entrees. It was a big hit at our Fourth get-together, and I know you'll enjoy enjoy it as much as we did...make it for your next take-along!