Today I’m sharing the latest Coca-Cola happiness around here. A recipe and more! Chocolate Coca-Cola Cake Recipe (Allergy-Friendly) I’ve heard of this southern phenomenon. It was time we tried it. We used the Chocolate Coca-Cola recipe from My Recipes and mixed in our favorite egg substitute to make it allergy friendly. I served it after our Sunday lunch and it was loved. Definite dessert deliciosity!
Always a holiday favorite is Reindeer Mix, a.k.a. White Christmas Snack. It’s an easy solution for parties, teacher or neighbor gifts or a nice little something to tuck in the mailbox for your mail carrier. It’s very simple. You might even have the ingredients on hand. Just melt the white chocolate bark and pour it over Crispix, marshmallows, pretzels and M&Ms. The M&Ms make it
With fall and cooler weather, we often think of the birds. Plus, with a little SunButter, we often see more of a variety of birds at our feeder. The nuthatches and woodpeckers love a little extra with their birdseed. So, when I saw these simple feeders on Pinterest, I knew we could do an allergy-friendly version with SunButter. Gather your handy, empty toilet paper rolls.
Another peanut butter recipe from Southern Plate turned SunButter recipe for Hodgepodge! No bake with yummy ingredients. And yet another afternoon of cooking fun. Mixing and stirring! A great way to get oatmeal in these children. Anything with SunButter! Click over to Southern Plate for the recipe: Peanut Butter No Bake Cookie Bites and just wholesale replace that peanut butter with allergy-friendly SunButter. For all
We go through some SunButter in our household. Our typical order is two 5 lb. buckets each month. However, this time we thought we’d give Crunchy SunButter, available in 1 lb jars, a try. We’d been wanting to. And so, we placed an order for six 1 lb jars of crunchy. Crunchy SunButter made our day by arriving after lunch on a Tuesday. A whole
I’ve talked about them a lot. Even given them as gifts. But it’s been a while since I shared the steps to goodness. Now, I will tell you up front that this, our favorite cookie recipe, is not published online anymore for free. But…Bread Beckers Ranger cookies are similar. Plus, they are a time investment. So, when I make them, I double them. I freeze
We needed a SunButter treat. So my Mama and I looked at the SunButter site. We picked SunButter Fudge because we had all the ingredients. And guess what? We decided to make it in the microwave!! The recipe said to make it in a sauce pan. Here’s what we did: It was really easy! Mama helped with the stirring and pouring. : Microwave SunButter Fudge
I used to do this by opening a tube of store-bought cookie dough and squishing it flat in the shape of a circle. Baking it for 20 minutes then decorating. You can still do it that way. Now, because it tastes so much better and because of the allergies of our youngest two, I do it the homemade way. A few more steps but worth