This dish couldn’t be easier or more like comfort food Grandma used to make. All you do is slice some fruit, sprinkle with spices, plop it into a baking dish and cover it with a simple biscuit topping, and bake!
These are really easy to make, just combine the ingredients and form into balls.
It just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without Tater Bread. I first had this when I enjoyed Thanksgiving with my first husband’s family many years ago. I had never had anything like it. It is sweet and a cross between a custard and a brownie. Its served along with the main meal – just like the cranberry…
These are so pretty they deserve a spot on my Thanksgiving feast, even if they are more for summer, than fall.
I suppose if you asked a hundred people what food best exemplifies Thanksgiving, you’d expect to get a hundred different answers. But, for me, its pumpkin pie. I usually make it with a can of pumpkin puree and whatever it says on the side of the can. Don’t get me wrong, that recipe makes a…
My friends at Taste Tested Recipes have issued a challenge, “Cooking with Halloween Candy.” I thought, hmmmm, not much into candy. Well sometimes. I figured I’d like to make something with the iconic candy corn.
These are super easy to make candies – and you do not even need any special equipment, like a candy thermometer, to do it. Simply cook the ingredients, let cool, then form and decorate. That’s all there is to it!