Tag: Christmas

Creme Brulee Egg Bake

Creme Brulee Egg Bake

| December 17, 2013 | 1 Comment

This overnight Creme Brulee Egg Bake is a decadent sweet dish that your family — or guests — will adore. It’s a perfect Christmas brunch recipe since you whip it up the night before (in minutes!) and just have to bake on Christmas morning. This recipe was created for my client Bisquick. All opinions are […]

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Quick and Easy Christmas Appetizer Recipes

Quick and Easy Christmas Appetizer Recipes

| December 17, 2013 | 2 Comments

Are you ready to party this holiday season? These quick and easy Christmas appetizer recipes are a delicious mix of cheesy decadence and lighter indulgence. Dig through this list of awesome appetizer recipes to help you plan your best holiday party ever. Crostini Honey and Tangerine Whipped Goat Cheese Crotini from The Lemon Bowl I […]

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Christmas Traditions: Our Christmas Ham

Christmas Traditions: Our Christmas Ham

| December 13, 2013 | 2 Comments

This post is brought to you by Jones Dairy Farm. All opinions are my own. Our halls are decked. The plans for cookie making are in place. And the Christmas shopping is underway. I really, truly love the holiday season. It has me totally giddy. With Christmas just 12 days away, I am so excited […]

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How to Package Homemade Holiday Treats

How to Package Homemade Holiday Treats

| December 11, 2009 | 1 Comment

One of my favorite things to do every holiday season is to make tons and tons of treats to give to my friends and family. I literally spend days baking, and love every second of it. I typically will place each type of treat in its own treat bag and then put them all into […]

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Reflections on Christmas 2008

Reflections on Christmas 2008

| December 29, 2008 | 3 Comments

That was Christmas morning. Before Will even looked at the presents, he checked to see if Santa had drank the milk and eaten the cookies that he and I made. He had. This Christmas was different for me. I relish in Christmas shopping. Hearing carols piped through the mall and hunting for great deals on […]

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Christmas Cookies: Conquering My Fear of Meringue

Christmas Cookies: Conquering My Fear of Meringue

| December 21, 2008 | 2 Comments

When I started baking from scratch, I was a preteen. I scoured the Joy of Cooking for an easy cookie recipe that included ingredients we kept in the house. I found that in a sugar drop cookie recipe. Before long, I was adapting the recipe to make thumbprint cookies, decorated cookies and more. One year, […]

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What a Week!

What a Week!

| December 5, 2008 | 2 Comments

Image by Getty Images via Daylife It’s been a busy week. With deadlines hanging over my head everyday, a fantastic day on Wednesday filled with networking, and two busy kids who want to get into the Christmas spirit as much as I do, I just haven’t had a chance to write. My apologies to my […]

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Stuffed Mini Sweet Peppers . . . mmmm!

Stuffed Mini Sweet Peppers . . . mmmm!

| January 23, 2007 | 9 Comments

My poor family. They are always my guinea pigs when I experiment with recipes. Some, like this one, turn out great and end up on the blog. Others, like a tragic butternut squash casserole I made for Thanksgiving nearly four years ago plague me. They won’t let me forget the poorly conceived, over sweet dish […]

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