Pumpkin flavored anything is my favorite! Its one of the best things about fall. As soon as the leaves begin to show their vibrant colors and that crispness is in the air, I am after those pumpkin flavored everythings! This is a simple pumpkin flavored muffin with a topping of finely chopped pecans, honey, brown sugar etc. to give it a pop of fall flavors.
This apple cobbler is the third recipe I make to use my fresh-picked apples straight from a local orchard. My Granny is such a wonderful cook. This Apple Cobbler is her original recipe. A favorite childhood memory of mine is playing at her house and eating....
Granny's Apple Cobbler
A great recipe for your fresh picked apples!
Use enough apples to fill a 9x13 pan. Toss apples with the sugar, salt, lemon juice, and flour. Sprinkle with cinnamon.
Stir together the topping ingredients.
Sprinkle the topping over the apples in the 9x13 pan.
Bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes or until apples are soft and topping is starting to brown.
We love anything served over mashed potatoes and this creamy chicken and mushroom dish is so comforting. This is sure to become a go-to recipe for your family too.
Chicken a la King
A creamy chicken and mushroom dish served over mashed potatoes.
Cook and stir mushrooms and green pepper in butter.
Add flour, salt, and pepper and mix until bubbly but be careful not to burn.
Slowly add in the broth, milk, and mushroom juice stirring constantly. Bring to a boil and allow it to thicken a little.
Add chicken and remove from heat.
Serve over mashed potatoes.
I love cookie dough but every recipe I've tried that has cookie dough or cookie dough flavor is way too sweet. I decided to try my hand at making my own cookie dough flavored recipe and thought rice krispies treats would be a good place to start.
Cookie Dough Rice Krispies Treats
Cookie Dough flavored rice krispies treats! Yummy!
Beat together 6 Tbsps butter, brown sugar, granulated sugar, milk, vanilla, flour, and chocolate chips until smooth.
Add remaining 2 Tbsp. butter to a pot over low heat on your stove. Once butter is melted, add marshmallows stirring continuously until melted.
Remove from heat and immediately stir in the rice krispies.
Add cookie dough batter to the pot stirring well. Depending on how hot your pot is, your chocolate chips may begin to melt.
Press mixture into a greased 9x13 pan. Spray the back of a spoon with nonstick cooking spray and use it to press the rice krispies into the pan and smooth them out.
Because this recipe contains less marshmallow than a traditional recipe and because of the butter, I refrigerated them to help the treats hold together. Enjoy!