Rainbow or Fun Colored Cupcakes

Rainbow or Fun Colored Cupcakes These yummy basic cupcakes are simple to make and can be easily customized for flavor and color. For Christmas, color 1/3 batter green, 1/3 batter red, and leave 1/3 white. This recipe was submitted to the Rohrer Family and Friends cookbook by Chloe Robinson. 1 Cup White sugar1/2 Cup Butter2... Continue Reading →

Seven-Minute Frosting

Seven-Minute Frosting This is our favorite frosting. It’s not too sweet and has the taste and consistency of marshmallow fluff. 2 Egg whites3/4 Cups white sugar1/3 Cup Light corn syrup2 Tablespoons Water1/4 Teaspoon Salt1/4 Teaspoon Cream of tarter1 Teaspoon Vanilla Combine first 6 ingredients in a large double boiler. Cook over rapidly boiling water, while... Continue Reading →

Creamy Cheese Dip and Sauce (Super Bowl Staple)

Creamy Cheese Dip A family Super Bowl staple! This is a basic cheese sauce I make for nachos, for macaroni, for just about anything. It’s creamy, simple, and absolutely delicious! 3 Tablespoons Butter2 Tablespoons Flour2 Cups Milk2 Cups Heavy whipping cream1 (8 ounce block) Cream cheese2 Cups shredded cheddar (I use a block and shred... Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Chocolate Cake

The Ultimate Chocolate Cake I acquired this recipe when I was a “Kitchen Chic” at Deer Valley Ranch. I think it originated from a five-star restaurant in Texas. When I submitted it to our church cookbook, they included the note, “*So rich it should be served by prescription only.” Every time I’ve served this cake... Continue Reading →

Scones from Scotland

Scones from Scotland These are almost like a glorified biscuit. They’re delicious as is, or with fresh strawberries and whipped cream. Some of us like chocolate chips in ours, others don’t, so I make half without, then add some chocolate chips to finish the batter. 2 Cups All-purpose flour, sifted1/4 Teaspoon Salt2 Tablespoons Sugar2 1/2... Continue Reading →

Easy Fruit Compote And Sour Cream Pancakes!

Fruit Compote for Pancakes, Waffles, and Ice Cream This simple delicious fruit compote is great on pancakes, waffles, and ice cream, or straight from the dish as a sweet treat! This is excellent served over sour cream pancakes. 2 tablespoons Sweetener of choice, stevia, erythitol, raw sugar (More to taste)2 tablespoons Cornstarch1 Cup Water4 Cups... Continue Reading →

Family Eating Funnies

Several years ago I came across "Forks Over Knives," (referred to hereafter as FOK) a documentary promoting a "whole foods plants based" diet. A WFPB diet consists of vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, beans, legumes, and whole grains, and can be beneficial in addressing some of the numerous health issues. I convinced my husband to watch... Continue Reading →

Roasted Curried Cauliflower

Roasted Curried Cauliflower This versatile dish can be eaten right off the pan, or used as a topping for a beautiful salad, like in the photo, turned into wraps, or added to any number of tasty eats. You can easily double this recipe for a larger crowd. 1 head cauliflower1 tablespoon olive oil1 tablespoon curry... Continue Reading →

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