Pumpkin Cheese Muffins

When we think pumpkin, we think fall. This week's Monday Muffins are delicious enough to eat year-round. My family does. Pumpkin is a superfood. Packed full of nutrients so we should try to eat it more often. When using canned pumpkin, use 100% pure, NOT pumpkin pie filling. The cream cheese makes these moist and full of flavor. Add the glaze and you have one fabulous muffin!...more

Avena al Horno con Toque de Coco

¡Miércoles! Aún tenemos que organizar los desayunos, las comidas y las cenas de los días que faltan hasta llegar al fin de semana. Cuando se tiene una vida laboral activa y aún más cuando hay niños suele ser una tarea difícil. Esta receta de avena al horno y toque de coco es un “Salva Desayunos”, que puede aliviarnos durante los días de trabajo porque es fácil de hacer y de transportar, y se puede refrigerar por varios días....more

Cherry Pineapple Crumble Pie

Wensleydale Cheese with Cranberries Stuffed Bread

Every year a former colleague of my husband sends us a Christmas gift basket filled with a multitude of tantalizing foods. Last year was no exception. He sent us a basket filled with artisan cheeses. One of them was Wensleydale Cheese with Cranberries....more

The best banana bread... ever!

I don’t like bananas, but I could eat this banana bread every day it’s so good. And it’s easy to make – especially when you have a fashionable little helper in an apron like I do.So, this is what you will need to make it. (The chocolate chips are optional. I add them because my husband loves them.)...more

Fresh Apple Dump Cake

I have an easy and delicious fall recipe for you today, Fresh Apple Dump Cake.  It's perfect for apple season.  This recipe starts with your favorite fresh apples and if you've made a Dump Cake before...more

Cinnamon Streusel Bread

  When I was a kid, one of my favourite breakfast treats was toast with cinnamon sugar on top. I mean, what kid wouldn’t love that? Sugar for breakfast. Still a no-brainer to this gal. :D ...more

Steps To Being A Great Baker

There aren’t many things worse than taking the time to bake something from scratch and finding out that your baked item didn’t come out the way it was supposed to and it is especially hard to bear when you realize it is your fault. Not a good feeling but your not a professional baker so don’t get too worked up over it.  So what can you do to ensure that your next “item baked with love” from your kitchen turns out the way it is supposed to?  You can check out my list below of must do’s and please don’ts before attempting another go at that recipe that should make you a rock star in the kitchen!...more