Crockpot Pear Pudding

Crockpot Pear Pudding

Crockpot Pear Pudding Pears are reasonably priced and available in most markets this time of year. This wonderful Crockpot Pear Pudding is a great way to make use of the fruit of the season. I am a Taste of Home blogger and I adapted this original recipe  to fit a sugar free and lactose free diet. [read more…]

Pan Roasted Brussel Sprouts

pan roasted brussel sprouts

Pan Roasted Brussel Sprouts Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Traditionally people think of corned beef and cabbage for today’s meal. But, I also want to remind you of this delicious Pan Roasted Brussel Sprouts recipe.  These mini cabbages are flavorful and easy to make too. A nice side dish for any meal. What You Need 2 [read more…]

Crispy Peanut Butter Caramel Chocolate Bars

peanut butter chocolate bars Katherines Corner

Crispy Peanut Butter Caramel Chocolate Bars I’ve been playing in the kitchen! These Crispy Peanut Butter Caramel Chocolate Bars are a nice after school or work treat. You can even put one of  them in a bowl of ice cream for dessert! What You Need 2 Tbsp. butter (unsalted) and a bit for coating the [read more…]

Chili Stuffed Cornbread

chili stuffed cornbread recipe

Chili Stuffed Cornbread For those who may have missed previous recipes inspired by Hormel. I am pleased to be part of the Hormel Foods Extended Family Blogger program. The challenge put forth by the fine people of Hormel is to create a recipe using Hormel products in different and delicious ways. This Chili Stuffed Cornbread Recipe was [read more…]

Greatest Snow On Earth

greatest snow on earth

Greatest Snow On Earth This morning I watched the meteorologist on our local television station as she expounded on the frigid weather across the Unites States. So many poor souls inundated by ice storms, blizzards, winds chilling to the bone and snowdrifts so high they can’t open their doors! Here in Utah, our state license [read more…]

Italian Squash Casserole

Italian Squash Casserole

Italian Squash Casserole- Oh how I miss harvesting fresh squash from our garden. The little zucchini at the market are so itty bitty and expensive too ( insert sad face here). But we love zucchini and I love creating new recipes, especially recipes that I can use with fresh veggies in the summer. Here is the [read more…]

Peppermint Sugar Cookies

peppermint sugar cookies

Peppermint Sugar Cookies There are so many wonderful Valentine treats being shared this week I wanted to share one of my favorites too. These easy to make peppermint sugar cookies are perfect for those watching their sugar or who have a restricted diet. This is a migraine safe, low sugar and dairy free recipe too. If [read more…]

Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate Cupcakes

Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate Cupcakes

Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate Cupcakes I am pleased to be part of the Hormel Foods Extended Family Blogger program. The challenge put forth by the fine people of Hormel is to create a recipe using Hormel products in different and delicious ways. This Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate Cupcakes recipe was created using their Skippy Natural Peanut [read more…]

Game Day Recipes

Leigh Anne Tuohy

Game Day Recipes I know I rarely post on Sundays. But I am making an exception today because its Game Day. Super bowl game day! Fueled with excitement and lots of hungry sports fans. I am excited to share some terrific last minute game day recipes. As a Hormel Foods extended family blogger I am happy to [read more…]

Roasted Chicken Pears Potatoes

roasted chicken pears potatoes

Roasted Chicken Pears Potatoes This Roasted Chicken Pears Potatoes recipe is perfect for a nice Sunday dinner. Adding fruit like pears or apples to chicken helps to keep it juicy and adds a bit of sweetness too.  I prefer to make this recipe with thighs or breasts. But, I use what I have. Today I made it [read more…]

Basil Tomato Honey Ham Cheese Omelet

Basil Tomato Honey Ham and Cheese Omelet- katherines corner

Basil Tomato Honey Ham and Cheese Omelet I am pleased to be part of the Hormel Foods Extended Family Blogger program. The challenge put forth by the fine people of Hormel is to create a recipe using Hormel products in different and delicious ways. This Basil Tomato Honey Ham and Cheese Omelet was created using [read more…]

Herb With Bacon Mushrooms

herb with bacon mushrooms

Herb with Bacon Mushrooms- We love mushrooms and I make them often and in a variety of ways. Sauteed mushrooms are terrific spooned over meat and chicken recipes. I also like to serve a butter herb mushroom with a nice piece of fish and a bit of rice. They are also a yummy side dish for any [read more…]

Santa Claus Bread

santa claus bread

Santa Claus Bread This is such a great recipe and a fun “play with your food “recipe too. Santa Claus Bread! You can make it with refrigerator bread dough from the market, with your favorite bread dough or using the bread recipe provided. You will love serving this Santa Claus Bread to your family and [read more…]

Gingerbread Cookies, Gingerbread House Tour 2014

gingerbread cookies, gingerbread house tour

Gingerbread Cookies, Gingerbread House Tour 2014- This time of year means spicy and delicious gingerbread will be baking. Gingerbread was originally introduced by an Armenian monk who lived in France for several years. He taught the process of gingerbread baking to French Christians. During the 13th century, gingerbread was brought to Sweden where Swedish nuns [read more…]

Mini Cranberry Loaves

mini cranberry loaves

Mini Cranberry Loaves Fresh cranberries always make me think of the holidays, did you ever string a garland of cranberries  for your Christmas tree? I am sharing my newest recipe for  mini cranberry loaves today. This recipe, like all of my recipes, was so much fun to create. I  was asked by the fine people at [read more…]