Saturday, October 25, 2014
Friday, October 24, 2014
Thanks for participating in the Best Recipes and DIY Projects Party last week! Your hosts, Ruthie from Cooking With Ruthie, Jen from Bakerette, Dan and Chris from Live Dan 330, Mandy from Mandy's Recipe Box, and Deb,Tracy, and Sherry at Made From Pinterest want to share some of our favorite links from last week's link party with you.
We saw a lot of delicious ways to celebrate Halloween in your links this week. Whether you are hosting a party for friends, want to treat your little trick-or-treaters, or just want something to snack on while you are watching a scary movie this week, here are some festive recipes for you to try.
Chocolate Pumpkin Trifle from Upstate Ramblings
Baked Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Donuts from Life Made Sweeter
Pumpkin Guts Dip from Shaken Together
Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Truffles from The Suburban Mom
Raven Sugar Cookies from Simply Suzanne's
Thanks again for sharing your projects and recipes with us during our link party! We hope you were as inspired by these featured links as we were. Keep an eye on your social media over the weekend, too. We like to showcase links that catch our eye during the party via Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. You might see your links featured there!
The link-up is live and ready for you to share your recipes, DIY projects and crafts, just make sure you follow these guidelines:
- When you link up, you are giving us permission to feature your project and pictures on our blogs and social media with a link back to you.
- We'll feature our favorite projects from this weekend's party throughout the week on our blogs.
- Weekly favorites will also be pinned to our Link Party Favorites Board on Pinterest!
- Add a text link back to the host blog.
- You can link up any post you've created during this past week.
- We're excited about your handmade items, but this link party is limited to blog posts only. Please don't linkup your Etsy shop.
- Share the love and comment on two or more of the other projects that are linked up. We all love comments!
This party starts every Friday at 5 P.M. MST, and keeps going until the following Tuesday evening. Feel free to invite others to join in the fun!
Thanks for participating! Your Hosts,
Ruthie from Cooking With Ruthie, Jeni from Bakerette, Mandy from Mandy's Recipe Box, Dan and Chris from Live Dan 330, and Deb, Tracy, and Sheri from Made From Pinterest
Hello everyone! It's me Jaren from Diary of a Recipe Collector. I'm here to share with you all a fabulous morning treat! Get ready for a burst of flavor in the morning when you try these wonderful Cranberry Orange Muffins made with orange juice! They are finished off with sprinkling sugar, and you will have trouble not going back for seconds!
Don't cranberries just make you so happy? They remind me of the wonderful upcoming holiday season from Thanksgiving to Christmas. These muffins make me think of that and how we can't wait for cold weather. My kids were just saying how they hope for snow again this year. Snow is always very rare down here in Louisiana, so we are crossing our fingers! So if we can't have snow, let's have some Cranberry Orange Muffins!
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Monday, October 20, 2014
I have searched so long for a cornbread recipe that wasn't hard or dry or crumbly. I finally got it right with this recipe. This is my go-to cornbread recipe, for sure. It's the one I always reach for when I need a good ol' piece of cornbread. I love it topped with this honey butter topping. I use it on my Mormon Muffins as well. Always. You can also use this recipe as the topping for a Tamale Pie. Make this soon. Do it!