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A great friend of mine, (Rexann) knows me very well. For my birthday a while ago, she gave me the new “Taste of Home” Cookbook. I love cookbooks….too many, isn’t enough! I told her I would try some of the recipe’s and post them for all of you to try. I am making these today. […]

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The other day, we went on a hunt. A Big Hunk Hunt. We failed miserably, and came home without even one. They certainly aren’t my favorite candy bar . . . but the hubbie really likes them. He doesn’t love anything sweet – except for me of course. hee hee. So . . . I […]

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You just have to make these!  YOU WILL NEED: Graham Cracker Base  1 ½ cups all purpose flour  ¾ cup whole wheat flour  ½ teaspoon baking soda  ½ teaspoon salt  ¾ cup almost room temperature butter 1/3 cup packed light brown sugar  3 Tablespoons granulated sugar  2 Tablespoons honey  1 teaspoon vanilla extract  1 large […]

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Whoopie Pies Cookies: 2 cups flour 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder *(adjust to your taste) 1 1/4 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup buttermilk 1 teaspoon Pure Vanilla , 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, softened 1 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1 egg Vanilla Marshmallow Filling: 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, softened 1 […]

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Here’s a clever Halloween idea from Better Homes & Gardens. So easy to make, and your kids will be thrilled. Also a great idea to take to a ghoulish party! Ingredients  Clean scissors  Hostess Sno-Balls cupcakes  (orange variety — available only at Halloween time)  Tootsie Flavor Roll Twists candies (lime flavored)  Directions Using clean scissors, […]

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Bananas ripen too quickly. Therefore . . . I can’t just peel . . . and eat. I much prefer a slightly green skin. There’s only one thing left to do. This . . . . . . and this and this. I actually doubled the recipe and made 2 small loaves of Banana Bread […]

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click for a larger picture Look at this adorable creature! My daughter (Shannon) brought this home from work (Robert’s Crafts) yesterday. One of the sweet employees (Heidi) made these for each of them After looking it over, we decided that she used this cookie A Mallomar that was piped with sweet frosting, topped with sprinkles. […]

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If you haven’t tried the Frosted Banana Bars, you are really missing out. I needed to take a treat, to a sweet old lady, that I adore, & this is what I baked her today. I make Cream Cheese Frosting instead. The recipe is under Frostings. Go here for the recipe: http://getoffyourbuttandbake.blogspot.com/2008/07/frosted-banana-bars.html More recipes coming […]

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Is a birthday happy at fifty? I’ll let you know tomorrow. I still feel thirty . . . well, maybe forty. I’m halfway to 100. A have a few more wrinkles, age spots, a few extra lbs, hot flashes. Ugggg. I made my hubbie and I  Birthday cupcakes . . . Angel food, Coconut & Lime. Kenny’s birthday […]

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Oh . . . Today I made a bit of heaven! Really. They are that good. See . . . Today, was the first time I’ve tried this recipe. It comes from a cookbook called “Luscious Chocolate Desserts.” Here . . . I’ll let you get a bit closer.   It’s the brownie recipe with all […]

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Spring has sprung somewhere. Last week it came for a brief moment, but was carried off in the wind. Early this morning, long before my eyes opened, my ears could hear the chirping of cold baby birds. Their beaks are probably skyward, open wide and hungry for food.  From a distance, I’ve been keeping my […]

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Many of you will be celebrating the 4th of July . . . in big ways. Red, White & Blue is all over the place! My only contribution thus far, are these sweet little mini cupcakes that I made for the ladies that I . . . V.T. Nothing special . . . but one […]

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We used to make these rich, fattening bars in college. (Remember these Cindy!) Now that I’m older & fatter, I don’t make them as often. The kids have all married now, and my good husband doesn’t care much sweets or Chocolate, so that leaves ME…..eating the whole pan. They are scrumptious. Rocky Road bars For […]

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This classic and old fashioned dessert using whipped cream, marshmallows, and canned cherry pie filling, is delicious. I found this recipe along with many other fabulous recipes that my Grandmother had written in a very old cookbook. She would make this dessert often, and we would race to her house to devour it. It’s light […]

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I like to bake. I need someone to “eat” what I bake. My sweet half doesn’t like anything that is ultra sweet, filled with chocolate or dripping with frosting. I think I’ve also mentioned that he hates Chocolate Chip cookies! I married him anyway. I grew up with a Dad who also hates Chocolate Chip […]

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Sometimes you just can’t resist making something, that you know will “get you in big calorie don’t!” These cookies are one of my shouldn’t make, but did anyway cookies. I don’t make rolled out sugar cookies very often, but Halloween just has to be one of those times when you throw all caution to the […]

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Sometimes you need a good Cinnamon Roll or even an Orange roll, but you just don’t have the time it takes to make homemade rolls! My favorite rolls are . . . ” ORANGE ROLLS TO DIE FOR “ but that is a long project for another day and another time. What to do  . […]

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Today I was babysitting Addisyn, my little Granddaughter. We decided that we needed to bake something sweet. I happened to have four ripe bananas waiting to be used, and so we decided on Banana Bread with big chunks of walnuts for Grandpa. That would suit him just fine, but not Addi and I. We needed […]

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I thought these cupcakes were pretty darn cute! This recipe comes from Taste of Home. I think you could also use the mini cupcake pans, and make the cupcakes smaller, for little hands around your house. You will need:  1 package (18-1/4 ounces) yellow cake mix or cake mix of your choice 3-3/4 cups confectioners’ […]

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