Jan 5, 2019

Fresh Pear Crumble Pie


Recently I found myself with a bag of pears all beginning to ripe at the same time. I considered a few recipes but settled on this delicious Fresh Pear Crumble Pie. It was a big hit at our house with adults and children alike. It has a wonderful sour cream layer with sliced pears on top, and on top of that, a buttery crumble topping.


With a few extra pears to still use up, I'm considering making another of these babies. The same recipe made twice in the same week shows what a winner this one is. Enjoy!

Jan 2, 2019

Slow Cooker Loaded Potato Soup


Luxurious potato soup loaded with bacon, cheese and sour cream sure hits the spot during the cold months. Enjoy!

Jan 1, 2019

Amish Meatloaf


I can't rave enough about this recipe for Amish Meatloaf. It is addicting. Did you know meatloaf could be addicting? It is!

I have tried two sweet meatloaf recipes recently. The difference between the two recipes lies in where the sweet component is. In this recipe, the brown sugar is mixed into the meat, with a basic ketchup glaze on top. My other favorite meatloaf recipe has a pineapple preserve glaze on top, so the sweet factor is primarily on top. I love them both, but if I had to choose just one favorite, it would be the Amish Meatloaf.

 Enjoy!

Dec 28, 2018

Sparkling Chewy Molasses Cookies


Post holiday greetings! I tried out a few new cookie recipes this year. It was a mixed bag of awesome cookies with a few dud recipes. I'll be sharing the great ones here at the blog. First up are these oh so cute Sparkling Chewy Molasses Cookies, which I found at Mountain Mama Cooks. Kelley calls them the "Perfect Molasses Cookie," and I would have to agree, they are perfect!


To get them nice and 'sparkly,' be sure to use coarse sugar, like the Turbinado sugar I used. If you absolutely couldn't get your hands on some, regular sugar would work but it won't be nearly as pretty or noticeable in the finished product. It is worth picking up a bag for this recipe. Enjoy!


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