Orange Cream Chocolate Brownies

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of The J.M. Smucker Company. The opinions and text are all mine. Perfect for a cookout or BBQ, these brownies are oh so simple to prepare. One of the best things that happens during the warmer months is opportunities for cookouts and BBQ’s. I’ll take a look at the weather forecast early in the week and if the approaching weekend has nice weather predicted then I start planning. I’m a planner {Read More}

Butterfly Cupcakes

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of The J.M. Smucker Company. The opinions and text are all mine. The perfect treat to celebrate spring! We’ve made it through another harsh winter season in Michigan. The calendar says spring has arrived, unfortunately spring hasn’t gotten the memo. Still dealing with cold weather, minimal sunshine, lack of spring flowers and even snow! Yes, snow had the nerve to appear here after winter was supposedly done and gone. My {Read More}

Mother’s Day Brunch

We all want to treat our mom’s the right way. But, it doesn’t have to be hard or complicated – just delicious! So check out some of these fantastic brunch ideas and really get inspired. Then for the mom’s reading this – show it to your kids! Let them make it! (seriously some of these recipes are so easy that they CAN do it!!!) Sit back and relax and enjoy a fantastic Mother’s Day! I know I plan to! So {Read More}

Creamy Lemon Layered Pie

Creamy and delicious but also a breeze to make. A new dessert favorite at our house.   Introducing our newest dessert: Creamy Lemon Layered Pie! A super simple dessert that can be prepare in no time at all. Today’s an extra special day, we couldn’t be happier to be participating in a fun LEMON themed recipe challenge with some of our talented blogging buddies! Be sure to pop down to the very bottom of this post to find all of the {Read More}

Sopapillas

  Sopapillas is a fried pastry popular in some South American countries that can be sweet or savory. I know them mostly from my childhood visits to Tex Mex restaurants as a treat we might get after the main meal. They would always arrive at the table slightly warm sprinkled in cinnamon and sugar. There would be honey on the side for drizzling. I had found a mix at my local grocery store when I moved back to Texas, but {Read More}