Egg-in-a-Hole…reinvented. Skip the bread and use a fresh red pepper for a healthier, tastier, and gorgeous-ier reinvention of the favorite breakfast dish.
Category: Vintage Recipes
These are recipes from Grandma’s recipe box. Old-fashioned cakes, sweet salads, and homemade breads are some of the vintage recipes we love to make!
Creamy and cheesy potatoes are topped with buttery corn flakes and baked until they are warm and bubbling. A perfect recipe for parties, holidays, family gatherings, and potlucks! I have ideas for healthier substitutions and variations that guarantees this will stay on your menu rotation.
There is nothing quite like a quick, classic buttermilk blueberry coffee cake to start your Saturday morning. A cup of coffee, piece of blueberry coffee cake, and the crossword might be my favorite way to start my weekend. If you are looking for a GREAT gluten-free coffee
A sweet cake full of pineapple flavor and topped with the most amazing frosting…this Do Nothing Cake is an old-fashioned, vintage cake recipe that you need to pull out and make again! Full of flavor and goodness.
The classic Cucumber Onion salad couldn’t be easier or tastier. Adding the optional fresh fennel adds a delicious and bright twist!
This watermelon salad is an old-school church potluck classic. Refreshing and flavorful, you’ll love that this comes together with 5 easy ingredient!
Radishes are the star in this creamy and gorgeous soup that will be the star for dinner, this week! The radishes are mild and sweet in this recipe.
One-bowl muffins just like Grandma made them with applesauce, oatmeal, walnuts, and raisins. Extra moist and flavorful…make up a batch for a quick weekday breakfast!
This simple and easy homemade bread uses only a few ingredients just like the old-fashioned homemade bread like Grandma made. I’ve included tips for making homemade bread for those of you, like me, that didn’t grow up learning to make it.
Skip the canned cream of mushroom soup! We have an Instant-Pot, Dairy-free, or straight-up normal recipe soooo fast and easy you’ll never reach for the canned version again!
Using Greek yogurt instead of some of the sour cream and milk helps keep this recipe delicious, tangy, and healthier than the traditional sour cream and milk recipes.
Homemade jam only requires a bit of stirring, 3 easy ingredients, and love…you’ve got all of those things! Try making this delicious recipe!
Creamy filling stuffed with veggies and chicken inside a perfectly buttery crust. A yummy family favorite!
Until I was an adult I thought cranberry sauce came shaped like a tin can and had ridges in it. I most likely had homemade cranberry sauce somewhere and didn’t realize what it was. My brain would have processed it as coming from a different brand of canned stuff. That was all I knew. This isn’t that. But it is almost as easy!
Cobbler filled with chicken thighs, tomatoes, goat cheese, and fresh herbs is everything you could need today. It is comforting, fresh, filling, and easy to make. Basically, it’s a baked chicken dish you will want to make for your family dinner again and again. Head over to
My personal favorite, this lemon blueberry bundt cake is a rich, buttery cake bursting with blueberries and zesty lemon flavor!! I love this cake and know you will, as well!
Winter is the best time to make pavlova’s! This chocolate pavlova is soooo much easier to make than you might think. Truly, make this for Valentine’s Day this year!
You and I both know that as good as we are eating clean on most days of the week, we need a good old-fashioned brownie every once in a while to make life worth living. Yes, that is dramatic. Brownies deserve drama. THESE brownies are the ones
One of my favorite little bites on the dishes I get when I go to my fave restaurants are the pickled onions, radishes, or other veggies. My favorite salads have pickled beets or pickled red onions. There is a turkey burger I love that features pickled radishes.
This week’s Timeless Traditions recipe comes from the talented Haley of Cheap Recipe Blog. Haley shares her family’s Oyster Stew recipe. The tradition of eating Oyster Stew at Christmas is one I would be delighted to add to our family. Thank you Haley for sharing this lovely
Today’s Timeless Tradition’s post is an absolute honor to share with you. When Emilee told me she wanted to share her Granny’s cake and some of the memories that went with it I was so pleased. Not going to lie, I teared up a bit. It is
All cakes are loved by me, to be fair. But there is something special about an upside-down pineapple cake. With a buttery cake, sweet caramel filling, and homemade whipped cream. Ooey, gooey, un-attractive, messy, and absolutely amazing! This pineapple upside down cake is a perennial favorite in our home.
These little bundles of carbs, meat, and dairy are called Turkey Crescent Roll bundles and, to me, they are more than piles of goodness. This recipe reminds me of my Grandma Bunny and Thanksgiving every time I make them.
Granny Alice and CrockPot Creamed corn. Don’t miss this wonderful story and recipe from Alice Seuffert from Dining With Alice (another MN girl!). You will the warmth from the story AND the recipe. One of our Timeless Traditions recipes.