Banana Cream & Cherry Trifle

Thanksgiving will soon be here and it tends to be a day when people enjoy the meal a little too much- including me!!  I thought I would share a very simple and LIGHT dessert recipe that might prevent you from having to wear your “buffet pants!” (The ones with the elastic waist!)  I might add that […]

Jill’s Baking Tips: Frosting

I had quite the dilemma earlier this week.  A dilemma as in “first world problem” dilemma, but certainly a dilemma. Here goes…..I made a yellow cake (just a box mix) and I only had a little bit of chocolate frosting left because we had cracked open the frosting can the night before while making s’mores. […]

Jill’s Baking Tips: Muffins & Cakes

This week I’m continuing with my Baking Tip series.  Today we’re talking about muffins and cakes!  If you missed the last baking tip post about cookies, you can find it HERE. Muffins  Always preheat your oven before baking muffins. Spray muffin tins with cooking spray or use a little shortening on a paper towel.  ( […]

How to use up that rhubarb- part 2 (Rhubarb Cake)

  I love my friends!  They have the best recipes…and they share them with me!!  This recipe was given to me by a sweet friend from church named Sue Treu.  She is a wonderful Wife, Mom and Cook!! Thanks, Sue for the recipe!!  Here we go… Mix together: 1 1/2 cups of brown sugar 1/2 […]

How to use up that rhubarb- part 1 (Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler)

This Rhubarb recipe is very near and dear to my heart…it’s a family recipe from my Great Aunt- I know she would be thrilled that I am sharing this recipe!! (Scroll down to see the recipe in it’s entirety.) For this recipe, you will need 2 cups of rhubarb and 2 cups of strawberries.  (You […]