Guest post from Brigette Shevy To be perfectly honest, I’ve never been a fan of sugar s. However, these sugar s are an exception! Soft and buttery, these melt-in-your-mouth goodies are the perfect accompaniment to a steamy mug of cocoa, or a good book by the fireplace. They also make an attractive (frugal!) addition to a plate of Christmas treats.
This recipe brings back special childhood memories for me… every December, my family would make and freeze dozens and dozens and dozens of s – and we always included these bon-bons!
This allergy-friendly soup will remind you of your grandmother’s chicken & dumplings growing up, only easier since you can make it in your slow cooker.
This is a recipe my older sister created many years ago and it’s been a family staple ever since. It’s not a low-fat recipe (I think I gained a pound just making these yesterday!), but it’s delicious. It’s a hearty and it blends two of my favorite foods together — chocolate and peanut butter. And the whole-wheat flour and oats might help balance out the sugar and fat… or at least I like to tell myself that! 🙂
This recipe is one of our family’s very favorite recipes. I originally adapted it from an old, falling-apart Better Homes and Gardens bread cookbook my mom had when we were growing up. I’ve made these countless times and they are so easy to do and so yummy! We like to serve these fresh out of the oven on Christmas morning. They are also great paired with an Egg, Ham, and Cheese casserole and fruit for a simple Christmas brunch.