Nutritious Spiced Tea

Spiced Tea for Health Reminiscent of Chai Tea, this drink is nutritious and immune-boosting and well worth the time to prepare. I make it with almond milk, but you can adjust to your preferences. See notes about spices below instructions. 1 teaspoon ground turmeric1 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/2 teaspoon ground or fresh-grated nutmeg1/2 inch piece freshginger,... Continue Reading →

Party Mix/Chex Mix

Party Mix (Chex Mix) Otherwise known as, pandemic snack survival food. I usually only make this childhood treat at Christmas, but being home 24/7 during COVID-19 isolation has made keeping the wildlings munching at bay quite a challenge. This recipe makes a LOT. The idea is to freeze and use throughout an extended period of... Continue Reading →

Southwest Casserole

Southwest Casserole (Vegetarian Option) A delicious taco comfort casserole the whole family will love. 1 pound ground beef, (for vegetarian, use a can of drained black beans or 2 cups cooked lentils)1 pepper, chopped1 onion, chopped1 16 oz box farfele, cooked to package instructions***1 14 oz can diced tomatoes, drained1 cup whole kernel corn (OR... Continue Reading →

Oatmeal Creme Pies

Oatmeal Creme Pies These delightful treats take a little time to bake and assemble, but you’ll taste the love and delicious goodness in every bite. They are an incredible homemade version of store-bought oatmeal creme pies. For the Cookies1 cup butter or vegetable shortening3 cups brown sugar, packed4 eggs2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground... Continue Reading →

White Chili

Simple White Chili This tasty easy white chili can be meaty, vegetarian, or vegan by simply tweaking the ingredients. I’ll share the variations in parenthesis. Naturally gluten-free. 2 cups vegetable broth (or chicken if going with meat)4 cloves garlic, minced2 15 ounce each cans white beans, rinsed and drained8 ounces cream cheese (use vegan if... Continue Reading →

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 →

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