You might think Chocolate Truffle’s are difficult to make. Well, with this simple recipe, they definitely are not!
Cinnamon spicy and warm, you’re sure to love this amazing Amish Brown Sugar Pie.
I added apples to this recipe to help thicken up the pudding-like filling and to make it into a real apple pie.
Imagine smelling its sweet aroma while entering your house. The warmth it brings to the kitchen and the sight of bubbling candy stirred by the cook itself.
Everything’s better with some sour cream in it, isn’t it? And this apple pie is no exception!
An easy-to-make apple pie with a yummy topping!
The fruits in these cookies help to make them a healthy choice, and the cinnamon gives them just the right amount of spiciness!
The inclusion of coffee in this recipe gives Agnes’s Mocha Velvet Pie it’s name.
Also known as Mexican Wedding Cookies, Russian Tea Cakes, Butterballs, or Polvorones–these cookies are a favorite around my house, and will be around yours, too!
Butter Cookies are often categorized as a “crisp cookie” due to their texture, caused in part because of the quantity of butter and sugar.
These oatmeal cookies will definitely become invisible shortly after you set them out for your family to eat!
This recipe for Second Day Apple Squares originally came from a Pillsbury bake-off.