I Want to Marry You Cookies was named the top recipe on the Cooking Channel in 2012 for good reason. The cookies are made in one saucepan so no mixer is required. The lightly browned butter adds a rich, toffee flavor that set these cookies apart. The cookie dough tastes just like a See's chocolate. You will be hooked in no time at all!
Samoa Sheet Cake: This has a warm Caramel Glaze Frosting that is pure perfection. Then as if that wasn't amazing enough, that glaze is topped with toasted coconut and drizzled with melted chocolate ~and~ caramel sauce. This is one cake you will want to make over and over again! It is amazing!
Lasagna Roll Ups - this has been one of my go to dinner recipes for years! I love that you can make half and freeze half or make a full batch because the left overs are just as good! So good I even make them for company!
Like the Snickerdoodle cookie this bread has a crispy cinnamon sugar topping with a sweet, buttery interior. But I’ve added another layer of cinnamony goodness by adding cinnamon to the batter and loading it with luscious cinnamon chips.
Slow Cooker Ham and White Beans - only 4 ingredients! This is a family favorite. Dry white beans, leftover ham, onions and water. We serve it with homemade cornbread for a hearty meal. Our favorite way to use up leftover holiday ham.