I'm listening to Bing Crosby Christmas on Pandora while I write this and my white Christmas tree is giving off a beautiful glow. It officially feels like Christmas. We are still at work on the outdoor decorations--and are admittedly minimal with our decor outside but I think we need a few more lights to keep up with the neighbors...Anyway, I digress. Back to the gingerbread creamer recipe!Read More
This salt dough recipe is family friendly and uses basic, non-toxic household ingredients. I would recommend making salt dough ornaments as a classroom project for preschoolers (with adult help) or with elementary age kids. And the Christmas ornaments air dry so no oven is necessary!Read More
Growing up near the coast of Georgia, summer was my favorite season. I headed to the local beach with friends every chance I got. And I still love summer. But Autumn is my new favorite. The spiced seasonal food, crisp morning air, apple orchard visits, and vibrant falling leaves make my heart sing.
These spiced oatmeal cookies are soft and decadent. Made with fresh buttermilk and chopped Honeycrisp apples they are definitely worth making this Autumn season. The brown butter icing adds an extra nutty taste (without using any nuts, we are a nut free household!) My kids are picky eaters and they approve of these cookies!Read More