My daughter took a batch of these no-bake cookies to her church youth group get-together last week. She even helped me make them. Needless to say, the girls loved them. They are so simple to make. Mix everything up in a sauce pan, no baking necessary.
Archives for February 2012
Snickerdoodles is just one of those classic recipes that everyone needs in their recipe collection. Just as trends in fashion, home decorating, and cars come and go, so do trends in cookies. However, some cookie recipes have stood the test of time, becoming favorites generation… [read more]
Pie Crust Cinnamon Rolls!
When I was a young girl, I remember being in the kitchen while my mom was baking pies. I’d get so excited when she take a knife and cut the edges of the crust all the way around each pie. That one inch of dough would be re-worked and rolled out by me to make tiny little cinnamon rolls. I would share them with my mom, dad, and my siblings. They were melt in your mouth delicious.
Some of the girls were very creative in their decorating, but some of them made what looks more like ‘abstract art.’ Here is the “Gingerbread Girl” Photo Gallery:
This Sugar Cookie Cut-Out Recipe is perfect for a child’s cookie party. The dough is virtually indestructible. My oldest daughter had a baking birthday party for her 11th birthday. She had five girls over for the evening to make their very own cookie creations. … [read more]
With all the talk of maple sugaring time around here, I thought I would share something fun my kids and I did during our last big snow. We made Maple Syrup Snow Candy. My youngest daughter is big onto the “Little House on the Prairie… [read more]