Blueberry White Chocolate Coffeecake is perfect for breakfast with coffee, an afternoon snack, or even dessert. Rich in flavor, yet simple to make.
Pineapple Grape Coleslaw is a favorite with kids. If you are tired of the same ho-hum coleslaw, try this delicious and colorful version sweetened with pineapple and grapes. Plan ahead to refrigerate at least 4 hours for the flavors to meld. Better yet, make it a day in advance.
Sour Cream Round Steak is a great budget entree for the family. Round steak is not the most tender cut of beef, but slow-cooking in a gravy makes it delicious.
Maple syrup in the batter and in the glaze give this maple pumpkin ring a special flavor. It makes a deliciously different dessert for Thanksgiving, but you will love it year ’round. Easy to make and beautiful to serve.
If you love brownies and Milky Way candy bars, you’ll love these rich bars that start with a chocolate cake mix.
Bananas Foster Bars combines the flavors or bananas and rum. Based on the classic Bananas Foster dessert, here it has been converted into an easy bar cookie. If you need to skip the alcohol, you may substitute rum extract.
Strawberry Pretzel Dessert is a childhood favorite, and it is so easy to make. This sheet pie has a pretzel crust and is filled with a fresh strawberry, whipped cream, and gelatin filling for a quick dessert. You may want to consider saving this recipe for the crust alone.
Caramels, pecans, and chocolate shine in this rich, no-bake Chocolate Turtle Cheesecake pie. It goes together quickly, but plan ahead for chilling time.