Monday, September 15, 2014

Simple Supper Tuesday Linky Party

Welcome back to Simple Supper Tuesday, the party featuring QUICK, EASY recipes, perfect for those busy weeknights. So, please share your crock pot, 30 minutes or 5 ingredient recipes (easy desserts are also welcome)!!!
 

I am happy to be co-hosting with 2 other fantastic bloggers....

Cindy Hun Whats For Dinner

Nettie Moore Or Less Cooking Blog


The Party Rules

1.Please link up Crock Pot and/or EASY recipes only (simple desserts are also welcome) 
2.Please link back to THIS post on Hun... What's for Dinner? 
3.Please use link to direct recipe, not to your home page. 
4.Please visit others and leave comments if a recipe catches your eye 
5.Any post that DOES NOT contain a recipe or food tutorial, will be deleted

Recipes that caught my eye

Vanilla Sugar and Cinnamon Peach Tart



Hello Everyone,
Today in our Summer Fruits Theme I decided to do something with peaches. I was given a tart pan and hadn't used it. So I figured this would give me a great option to use it. This is a super easy recipe. Did I mention it tastes amazing??

Vanilla Sugar and Cinnamon Peach Tart
                                                                                          Sugar Cookie Dough
                                                                                               (homemade or store bought)
3 Peaches sliced into wedges and peeled
1/4 Cup of Brown Sugar Sprinkled

Spray your tart pan so it doesn't stick. Then take your cookie dough and spread it in the pan and up the edges. After thats done then add the peaches in a flat pattern till they are all used up. Next sprinkle your brown sugar on top. 
Topping:
1 C Old Fashion Oats
1/2 C Brown Sugar
4 T Melted Butter
1 Tsp of Cinnamon
Sprinkle of Vanilla Sugar(Optional)

On top of the peaches add about half of your oats around the pan so as to cover the peaches. Then add 1/2 C of brown sugar, and then your other half of oats. Sprinkle with your cinnamon and swirl the melted butter on top. Add Vanilla Sugar if your using it. 
Bake at 350 for about half hour. Let it cool and then lift the pans edge off. ENJOY!


Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Celebration Giveaway

Good Morning everyone!!

I have reached 7000 + fans on facebook and decided to giveaway my very LAST two cookbooks. YES TWO!!! That means Ill pick TWO winners!! You can win my cookbook!!! I have some great recipes in it. This will run till the end of September!!!


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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Maple Brown Sugar BBQ Chicken



Hello Everyone! I know recipes have been few and far between and Im sorry. This shoulder surgery has thrown me for a loop or two. I can not really cook much with only one semi decent arm. Today though I created a new recipe! Hope you enjoy!!

Maple Brown Sugar BBQ Chicken Legs

Chicken Legs

Sauce:
1 Bottle BBQ Sauce 
(I used Honey Garlic BBQ Sauce from Kraft)
1/4 C Cherry Coke
1/4 Maple Syrup
(You can use fake)
1/4 C Brown Sugar

Lay your Chicken legs in a glass dish and set aside. In a bowl mix your sauce till smooth. Pour half on top of chicken and brush it on till they are all covered. Cover the dish with aluminum foil. Bake at 400 for an hour. Uncover and pour the rest of the sauce on top. Sprinkle with some more brown sugar. Bake at 450 till they are bubbly and glazed. Make sure to have a napkin, these are messy!!

Monday, September 8, 2014

Simple Supper Tuesday Linky Party

Welcome back to Simple Supper Tuesday, the party featuring QUICK, EASY recipes, perfect for those busy weeknights. So, please share your crock pot, 30 minutes or 5 ingredient recipes (easy desserts are also welcome)!!!
 

I am happy to be co-hosting with 2 other fantastic bloggers....

Cindy Hun Whats For Dinner

Nettie Moore Or Less Cooking Blog


The Party Rules

1.Please link up Crock Pot and/or EASY recipes only (simple desserts are also welcome) 
2.Please link back to THIS post on Hun... What's for Dinner? 
3.Please use link to direct recipe, not to your home page. 
4.Please visit others and leave comments if a recipe catches your eye 
5.Any post that DOES NOT contain a recipe or food tutorial, will be deleted

Recipes that caught my eye


Monday, September 1, 2014

Simple Supper Tuesday Linky Party

Welcome back to Simple Supper Tuesday, the party featuring QUICK, EASY recipes, perfect for those busy weeknights. So, please share your crock pot, 30 minutes or 5 ingredient recipes (easy desserts are also welcome)!!!
 

I am happy to be co-hosting with 2 other fantastic bloggers....

Cindy Hun Whats For Dinner

Nettie Moore Or Less Cooking Blog


The Party Rules

1.Please link up Crock Pot and/or EASY recipes only (simple desserts are also welcome) 
2.Please link back to THIS post on Hun... What's for Dinner? 
3.Please use link to direct recipe, not to your home page. 
4.Please visit others and leave comments if a recipe catches your eye 
5.Any post that DOES NOT contain a recipe or food tutorial, will be deleted

Recipes that caught my eye






Thursday, August 28, 2014

Guest Blog Post from The Rowdy Baker

Hello Everyone,
Here is a guest post from Lorinda :-) Shes a close blogging friend and so happy she decided to help me out. Doesn't this look amazing.
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Hi, I'm Lorinda from The Rowdy BakerThe Rowdy Baker, here to guest post and give Lysska some much-needed rest and recuperation time. I brought you one of my favorite summer dessert recipes - Raspberry Pie! My granddaughter and I had a lot of fun making one together for a housewarming party.
 
Raspberry pie, decorated for a housewarming party.[/caption] 8 year old Sophie couldn’t quite get the hang of the pastry blender, so we used our (clean) fingers to blend the shortening into the flour. Also, I didn’t take time to chill the pie crust pastry, and we were working at mach speed, but we were still tickled with the results. I’m sure Martha Stewart wouldn’t have dripped any raspberry juice on the top crust, and Paula Deen would have used lard instead of shortening, but you have to admit it looks appetizing.   Crust components for my pie.[/caption] For the house we pressed pie dough into a mold I use for chocolate houses at Christmas, and created a lattice crust. For the lattice, I drew a circle a little bigger than the pie pan on the counter with a pencil, put a piece of waxed paper over the circle, and wove the dough, then trimmed it to size. Hearts around the house instead of the lattice would have been cute, and much easier. Of course, we thought of that after the pie came out of the oven. Oh well. I love to create designs and scenes in pie crust. Here are pictures of two pies I’ve made using that technique. The pie with the farm scene won a blue ribbon at the fair, even though the little pig in the center started sinking into the “mud” on the drive to the fairgrounds, and was just barely sticking his snout out by the time we got there. Maybe it was cuter that way!

 Scenic pie crust.
Farm scene on a huckleberry pie. (Use the raspberry pie recipe, but swap out huckleberries if you're lucky enough to find a lot of them!) My go-to pie crust recipe has been around forever. It goes by different names, but is usually called “Never Fail Pie Crust.” I usually have a psychological need to prove that I am inept enough to screw up anything that says it’s foolproof, but this recipe actually is a gem – and turns out flaky every time, even when I’ve had to re-roll it. Never Fail Pie Crust (makes 2 crusts) 1 cup chilled shortening 2 cups flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon vinegar 1/4 cup milk Mix flour and salt in medium bowl. Cut in the shortening until it looks like coarse crumbs.