one of our favorite things this year has been working to create fun, festive, and EASY holiday cocktails! with Christmas just around the corner, here are our top 9 favorites for 2013. most can be easily switched to non-alcoholic drinks, and all will help to make your holiday merry and bright! MERRY CHRISTMAS!
if you’re looking for a delicious side dish for your holiday celebrations…look no further. this is my absolute favorite potato dish, and it is SO easy to make. this takes gratin potatoes to a whole new level. a whole new, delicious, amazing, delectable level!
When Becky and I began this blog over one year ago, she couldn’t cook one thing – not one. I am amazed how far she has come. I was a good cook, but the most surprising benefit of being involved in our blog is I have become a much better cook. I now love the recipe-creation process and this recipe is the result of me stretching my baking wings.
I know this looks overwhelming and time-consuming, but it is all very easy…just many steps. This is a great dessert and you will get tons of oohs and aahs for your efforts.
i still have a lot of holiday recipes to post, so this will most likely be short and sweet. these christmas lollipops are so cute, and taste great. these are a great treat to make with the little ones, or to take to a holiday party. they’re just the right amount of sweetness!
Thank you Ree Drummond, thank you very much!! While watching The Pioneer Woman on The Food Network Channel a few days ago, I saw this recipe. (click HERE to see her recipe) I love, love recipes that are simple, delicious and freeze well. This is one of them. I also should confess I love anything that is sweet and salty and everything made with bacon and brown sugar. Healthy this recipe is NOT; so yummy it IS.