We adore gingerbread cookies around here, because they never fail to make us feel warm & cozy, happy & healthy, & full of joy! This recipe is tried and true with a good snap and great flavor. You’ll love this gingerbread cookie recipe! I simply adore my
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Thumbprint cookies are a Christmas cookie classic that are baked and frozen in mass quantities in preparation for the Holidays. These easy and tasty cookies are such a favorite that I carve out a few hours on a weekend to bake up a batch.
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.
There she is…quietly waiting for you to grab a slice and enjoy. Unassuming, calm, simple, and old-fashioned. And, my friend, utterly special! You’ll love this blueberry cake!
The most popular recipe on NellieBEllie EVER. With good reason. This chocolate cake is easy, basic, and utterly divine. A classic recipe that you’ll make again and again.
These gingers feature two types of ginger and sweet apples for a perfect flavor combo! A one-bowl easy recipe!
A perfectly moist cake full of yummy cherry flavor topped with easy cherry buttercream. Your new favorite snacking cake.
Oh my gosh guys, this pineapple cake! Like seriously, you guys. This is the cake you’ll be making ALL THE TIME and wonder how you lived without this homemade cake recipe. So freaking flavorful, freaky easy (seriously…one-bowl!), and the cream cheese frosting gets put on the warm
Can a person truly love a sweet? If it’s possible, then I’m in love with these homemade, super simple 3-ingredient shortbread cookies. This recipe is all sorts of wonderful: they’re sweet, perfect, easy to make, and melt-in-your-mouth fabulous!!
These tried and true shortbread cookies are delicious without anything fancy. Just roll them out, cut them, and bake them. My favorite way to make this family favorite recipe is to keep it classic: roll them into a rectangle, cut into squares, and use a fork or a chopstick to create indentations. Here’s how…!
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
Is anyone else a massive fan of all things lemon? As long as it does not taste like cleaning fluid, of course. (So most lemon candies are a no-no). They are sweet and tart at the same time, and generally not so rich that you feel like
In partnership with Driscoll’s, we bring you my Grandma’s homemade Strawberry Shortcake recipe. We use their delicious berries to #BerryTogether and create delicious memories! Find our full disclosure here. My Grandma’s homemade Strawberry Shortcake recipe is wrapped up in memories for me. Memories as a child heading to her
This is the best homemade carrot cake recipe you will ever find. It comes from my Grandma’s recipe box of homemade cake recipes and has been baked so many times I can’t count. In the spring, it is made. For birthday’s, it is made. With cream cheese
Eeasy pound cake with orange glaze. The classic recipe that was the reason it is called “pound cake” and a vintage recipe you will want to make again and again!
This is the cake of your dreams. An utterly delicious, full of flavor, and quite simple to make cake utilizing a Swedish almond cake recipe, simple chocolate butter frosting (you’ll make this again and again!), and cherry pie filling. These yummy sweet parts squish together to make a Chocolate Cherry Almond cake, the ultimate in desserts, making you look like you slaved and slaved for hours.
Chocolate. French chocolate. Pots of it. Yum!
These little cookies are good, fast, and easy to make. They require only 4 ingredients and one is pre-made pie crusts. You can customize the filling however you like, and make them as fancy as your heart desires.
This is an easy and simple white cake recipe that you’ll make again and again! A moist, from scratch recipe just like Grandma’s!
This banana homemade cake recipe was sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill…but as always, we only write about products we love. And Bob’s Red Mill is a product we LOVE LOVE LOVE. Seriously, we should buy stock. Find our full disclosure here. We had a cat here at our
That recipe title…gah! Honestly, I have no idea what these cookies should be called. They are mostly linzer cookies … this is true. But they aren’t. The cookies are cream cheese roll-out sugar cookies charmingly cut to be the caretakers of a lovely dollop of leftover jam.
Bob’s Red Mill paid us to write this post about the classic Victorian sponge recipe, but we didn’t promise to say nice things about them. We do that because we actually think they’re great. Find our full disclosure here. There are things in life that require a complete
This double dark chocolate rye bread recipe is absolutely delicious! Sweet enough to feel like a dessert, but healthy enough to eat as bread!
Yes, Bob’s Red Mill did pay us to make this awesome butter cake. But they did not pay us to taste it…okay, scarf it down like we hadn’t eaten in days. That was all us! Find our full disclosure here. We all know I am a huge advocate
Yes, Bob’s Red Mill paid us to make this chocolate pistachio cake. They did not, however, require us to gush nonstop about how much we love them. That’s all us! Find our full disclosure here. Katie says a bite of this classic chocolate pistachio cake tastes like a ball