Desserts

Fall Recipe Roundup

  • Posted on: 6 November 2017
  • By: jessica
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The holidays are upon us! Thanksgiving is just a few short weeks away and if you are anything like me you are joyfully pinning away lots of delicious recipes to try this year. I thought I would give you a couple of my most popular recipes to add to your holiday table! Grandma's Blue Ribbon Buttermilk Pie This recipe has been passed down in my family for many years. Each time it's passed down, a little something changes displaying the personality of each cook. Let this simple recipe become a family tradition at your home too! See Full Recipe Morning Sausage Bread Waking up at Mama Rose's house...

Grandmama Rose's Mississippi Bread Pudding

  • Posted on: 5 November 2017
  • By: jessica
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I was born in Starkville Missippi, the heart of Bulldog Country (Go Dawgs!). My grandmother on my mother's side has lived in this lovely little college town my entire life. Just hearing the word Starkville conjours up thoughts of the giant magnolia tree we used to play house in, the pond where we could spend hours feeding (and running from) the ducks, and most of all, the warm, comforting invitation always present in my grandmother's kitchen. This November marks a year since the purchase of my first home. The boxes are almost all unpacked... with a few excpetions of itmes we've yet to go...

Easy (Mock) Creme Brulee

  • Posted on: 16 November 2016
  • By: jessica
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When you think of creme brulee I'm sure thoughts of fancy restaurants and candlelit dinners flash through your head. We all enjoy an expensive night out with friends and family, but there is no reason to not have those same flavors at home on a Tuesday! This recipe uses only three ingredients! It is quick to make and tastes delightful.

Clean Eating Fall Treats!

  • Posted on: 5 November 2016
  • By: jessica
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This time of year is perfect for getting in the kitchen with those you love and making festive goodies. I love making treats that are both delicious and have a list of clean ingredients. Here are a few that I plan to try out in the kitchen this year! Clean Eating Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream from The Gracious Pantry Fall Harvest Granola Bars by The Seasoned Mom Apple Crisp from My Natural Family Sauteed Apples from Sweet Treats Baking Paleo Pumpkin Coffee Cake from Jay's Baking Me Crazy

5 Vegan Paleo Christmas Desserts

  • Posted on: 16 November 2015
  • By: jessica
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It's nearly the most wonderful time of the year and I am already dreaming of Yuletide goodies to make that won't have me feeling awful the next day. Here are five recipes I intend to add to our holiday menu. The first four are vegan and paleo, and the last one is paleo but uses eggs. These delicious recipes will have you chock full of health and good cheer! Almond Gingerbread Cookies from the Clean Dish Gingerbread Latte Copy Cat from The Big Man's World Snickerdoole Cookies from The Urban Poser Christmas Rum Balls from Healthful Pursuit Coconut Milk Egg Nogg from Back to Her Roots (this one'...

Gluten Free Holiday Wreath

  • Posted on: 11 November 2015
  • By: jessica
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One tradition from my childhood that I always remember this time of year is my mother's Christmas Wreath. I remember exactly what the house smelled like as the butter and marshmallows melted, I remember the movements of her hands as she stirred in the crunchy corn cereal. I remember her eating little pieces as she shaped the wreath. And most of all I remember the feeling of family. In those moments, everything was perfect.

Gluten Free Pineapple Upside Down Cake

  • Posted on: 14 July 2015
  • By: jessica
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Pineapple Upside down cake is one of those traditional desserts that no one wants to give up, regardless of allergies or food sensitivites. This recipe combines a gluten free cake mix, fresh pineapple, grass-fed butter and coconut sugar. Oh, I also had some duck eggs and used them in place of chicken eggs. They made the cake so insanely fluffy!

Grandma's Blue Ribbon Buttermilk Pie (Clean Version)

  • Posted on: 9 November 2014
  • By: jessica
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Holidays are a time for family, friends, gifts, and PIE! In my childhood home, the smell of pie in the oven was a sign that Fall was here and Winter was coming soon. My mom is no chef (I hope she is ok with me saying that). But, she has a few recipes that she makes and she makes them really well. One of them is my Great, Great Grandmother Todd's Buttermilk Pie. And when I say Mom makes it well, I mean really well. When I was a little girl she won a blue ribbon at the county fair for this pie. It's that good! I decided to clean it up a bit by choosing whole fat, grass-fed buttermilk, kerrygold...

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