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This pumpkin pie recipe is my family’s go to. Made with fresh pumpkin puree, it has a rich flavor perfect for holiday dessert.
This apple crisp recipe is a family favorite dessert. It’s best made with tart apples like Gravenstein or Granny Smith, but any apple will work.
My mom’s apple pie recipe is straight off the apple farm, tastes fabulous, and is a crowd-pleasing dessert every time it’s served.
These pumpkin bars are moist and hold together well, making them a great addition to a potluck table. I get a big thumbs up whenever I bake them.
These Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies have a nice bite, are a bit chewy, and don’t fall apart into crumbles like gluten-free baked goods often do.
If you’re lucky enough to have rhubarb growing in your garden – or in a friend’s garden – serve this rhubarb coffee cake up for breakfast or brunch. You’ll want to put on a pot of coffee.
If you’re considering delving into baking bread as part of your efforts toward more self-reliant living, here’s a very basic look at the difference between quick bread and yeast bread. The crux of it, though? It’s not hard!
Portuguese sweet bread is common fare in Hawaii, but I still prefer my mom’s. She grew up at my grandma’s elbow making this recipe.