Month: September 2018

Easy Pumpkin Monkey Bread

It  is almost October but I just couldn’t wait another moment to post a pumpkin recipe.  I absolutely LOVE the flavors of fall and baking during this time of year not only fills my belly…but my soul.  I make a couple of different versions of Monkey Bread.  One uses frozen rolls and rises overnight, then […] Read more…

15 Minute Andouille Sausage and Cheese Grits

Before marrying my Darb I had been missing out on Cajun food.  He loves the spicy flavors of the South and although I wouldn’t consider myself to be someone who likes “hot” food, I am now a sucker for Cajun spices.  When I can get it on the table in 15 minutes…well…that is even better […] Read more…

Jam Thumbprint Shortbread Cookies

I am so excited today because I am featuring a recipe from a fellow bloggers upcoming cook book, Sugar High.  Nicole Hampton is the creative mind behind not only the book but also her blog, Dough-Eyed.  The book is full of sweet and savory recipes for baking at 5,000 feet and above.  Our elevation is […] Read more…

Slow Cooker Roasted Chicken

What if I told you that Roasted Chicken isn’t just for Sunday super anymore?  With the slow cooker you can have a Roasted Chicken any day of the week!  When I am doing my weekly meal planning I try to plan at least one meal in the slow cooker.  It is so nice to come […] Read more…

Apple Crisp Skillet

The second school starts I can’t help but think about all things fall.  I know that the weather is still in the 80’s but pumpkin and apples are on my mind!!  There are so many things to love about fall.  The cooler weather {hello sweaters}, falling leaves and the excitement of impending holidays on the […] Read more…

10 Fall Comfort Casseroles {Round-up}

It is hard to believe that summer is over and September is here.  School, sports and fall chaos are in full swing.  I love every moment but as you know…I can sometimes struggle with getting a great dinner on the table.   To help, I turned to my blogging friends for recipes and inspiration and I […] Read more…