I don’t consider this a food blog. I spend my fair share of time gawking at legitimate food blogs, and I do not qualify. That’s very unlikely to ever change, since I usually only cook because my family needs to eat. Every once in a while though I feel inspired to go into the kitchen and make something for fun, and it usually involves sugar. These are the top ten most popular recipes I’ve shared here, in spite of myself.
This is something I made entirely for the benefit of my husband. He tends to like things on the melt-your-face level of spiciness, and he was pretty pleased with this sauce.
This recipe came from my friend Melinda. We’ve tried it as originally written, with some tweaks, and we even have it for dinner once in a while with shrimp mixed in. Yum.
My daughter gave up a few things she loves to go gluten-free. One of those was fried squeaky cheese, until her dad swooped in and saved the day with this flour-free version.
I can’t help the name now. It was the first thing I thought when I looked at them. But if you can get past that, they are definitely tasty.
I need to find an excuse to make these again. All the yumminess of a cake pop without the stick.
Looking back at all these recipes is making me hungry. These little jars of carrot cake were delicious.
One thing many of these recipes have in common: jars. I ate this for breakfast every morning for months.
I just made these again last weekend. I learned that if you’re trying to make a half batch and accidentally put the full amount of peanut butter in at the end, you can still add the second half of all the other ingredients and cook them and they come out the same. Even making more than I intended, they all disappeared.
My kids loved these mixes. To think, I only made them so I had something to put in my newly etched jars.
These candies are one of my favorite foods. They’re also the first recipe I ever shared here. If I had the ability to not eat them, I’d make them more often. Easy, sweet and amazingly delicious.