Monday, December 4, 2017

Braunschweiger Spread


One doesn't come across too many Braunschweiger recipes these days, which is a shame as it a delicious ingredient. While you can slice it and serve it up plain on crackers, mixing it up with a bit of cream cheese and seasonings makes a lovely, smooth spread with a zippy taste.

Serve with crackers or even better, toast up some Rye bread, add softened button on top and then a thick slathering of Braunschweiger Spread on top. It is incredible. Enjoy!



Tuesday, November 14, 2017

My Thanksgiving Recipe Collection


From turkey to pie, sides dishes and punches, my Thanksgiving Collection has every recipe you need to create the perfect menu plan. Follow this link to view the recipes.

Monday, October 30, 2017

Frankenstein Fingers


For our latest Halloween get together I made these Frankenstein Fingers, which are chocolate cookies that are baked, topped with a candy corn "nail," then drizzled with a powdered sugar glaze to emphasize the wrinkles on the fingers.


Chocolate and spooky! Enjoy!


Green Halloween Punch


This beautiful Green Halloween Punch is a vibrant and sweet concoction that both kiddos and adults will enjoy. I made this recipe for one large pitchers worth, but have included directions below for making this recipe for a large punch bowl as well.


I loved the color of this. Perfect and it lends itself well to be named something sinister like "Slime Punch" or "Ectoplasm Punch." Fun stuff. Enjoy!


Jack-o'-lantern Cheeseburger Pie


Though it may look a little garish, this Jack-o'-lantern Cheeseburger Pie is a delicious, kid friendly food and perfect for a spooky Halloween party.


Slice it up with a pizza cutter and serve. The crust held up better than I expected, but that might vary depending on what brand you use. I use Pillsbury premade refrigerated pie crusts that you unroll on the counter.


It does look a bit spooky, but trust me, it tastes great. Everyone at our party loved this. Enjoy!

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