Photo creds to my bestie!
Too much apple cider in your fridge? Here’s the recipe for you! Lots of fun, delightfully cake-y, and good for just about any time of the day!
Bakers note… when the recipe says to cool the apples and let the milk come to room temperature, you should believe them. My bestfriend and I may have denatured/curdled the milk one or twice before getting it right…
Check out the recipe at Two in the Kitchen.
Image borrowed from Jo Cooks
Last week I made these tasty biscuits and I would 100% make them again. My family isn’t big on cheese, so we always seem to have random bags of cheese left over from various cooking projects (of mine mostly!). So, instead of going with just mozzarella cheese, I used anything I could find in the fridge: 3-cheese Mexican blend, 6-cheese Italian blend, parm, and some mozzarella.
The results were fabulous. I didn’t have time to roll them out, so I dropped my biscuits directly onto the tray. While they did look a little less glamorous, I don’t think the taste suffered at all.
Check out the recipe at Jo Cooks!
Image borrowed from the Faux Martha
It doesn’t get much easier or more summer-y than this. I used home grown Jersey for this fun recipe and substituted tortellini for the pasta shells. MmmHHHHMMMM.
Make your own with the recipe brought to you by the Faux Martha.
Image borrowed from Ghirardelli
This recipe is the Gold Standard of all chocolate chip cookies. This is the one you should always go back to when you are unsure of what to make. Enough said.
Find it here at Ghirardelli’s website.
Image borrowed from Handmade Charlotte
What do you do with extra condensed milk? I don’t know about you… but I bake with it! I made these easy little bars a few weeks ago and brought them to our church potluck. People couldn’t stop eating them or talking about them… little did they know how easy they are to make!
Enjoy this sweet treat for yourself with the recipe from Handmade Charlotte.
Image borrowed from Oh She Glows
This weekend, I made this delightful AWESOMELY HEALTHY carrot cake bread. It is perfectly moist without being oily, doesn’t have any eggs or sugar, and is all-around wonderful.
Check out the recipe at Oh She Glows.
MMMMMMMM. This tastiness is brought to you by the culinary imaginations of my bestfriend and myself.
We bought some frozen dough, steamed some broccoli and onions, and made our very own Alfredo sauce. We found the recipe at Mel’s Kitchen Cafe.
Overall, it was very delicious. The sauce is a dangerous level of creamy… you have been warned!