Nothing I love more than sipping on hot chocolate and the smell of roasted (burnt) marshmallows. This is one of my favorite recipes. Enjoy! Creamy ‘Smores Hot Chocolate with graham crackers and toasted marshmallows on top! Ingredients Condiments · 2 tbsp Chocolate syrup, light · 1/4 tsp Non-bitter chocolate chips Baking & Spices · 1/4 cup Cocoa powder · 1…

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I don’t know what it is, but I’m having a hard time writing anything about this awesome brownie, so I’m going to keep it short and sweet today! Get it? ha! Anyways, nothing brings people together like food and desserts! However, noting brings people together like a funeral either. Unfortunately, this past weekend, this has brought my family together. My great…

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In my ideal world, I would like to think I would live like Reed Drummonds in a way and live off the land. I would have a collection of farm animals such as: cows, goats, chickens and miniature donkeys. They would all live under great big apple trees surrounding my farmhouse. I would pick fresh apples that looked like this: I…

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In honor of my birthday week, I had to slice this bad boy early for the occasion and I must say it was pretty darn delicious. I think the extra dark chocolate icing makes the cake stand out that much more. However, Halloween is also the perfect occasion for this cake. Halloween goodies remind me of the movie “Hocus Pocus”.…

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A little over a week ago I was lucky enough to come across this adorable apron from The Catholic Company. The blessing we say before meals goes a little something like this: Bless us, Oh Lord, and these thy gifts which we are about to receive from thy bounty, through Christ, Our Lord. Amen. Cameron is quickly becoming a young man…

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Do you have a family tradition? Any family recipes passed down from one generation to the next? My family does and it starts with all of these ingredients! My family has a tradition of making and rolling our own homemade hot tamales. It has been a tradition ever since I was little. Mostly in the winter time and around Christmas…

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Sha Baby – that is all that I know when it comes to talking “Cajun” but believe it or not my entire family on my dad side has a little Cajun in them. specially my great-grandmother. I remember growing up learning how to two-step and watching my grandmother hit the dance floor when a line dance song came on during…

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