I made another recipe found on Pinterest! This scrumptious blueberry breakfast cake I made with egg substitute so Lil’ Buddy could enjoy it too. We mixed it up one night last week as the highlight of breakfast for supper. You must click over to Alexandra’s Kitchen to see her delicious photos. You’ll want to make it too! The recipe here.
No sifting. No alternating. Just put it all in together and bake it. Make this cake and I promise you won’t think the same way about pound cakes ever again. It’s the only pound cake I’ve made for almost a dozen years now – since Southern Living published this recipe in February 2000. I still have my well-worn magazine page copy. It’s an all-occasion pound
Several of the children really have fun with the free site, Club Penguin. “Waddle around and meet new friends.” They have each created a penguin for free and decorated an igloo for their penguins. They have pet puffles. Of course, you can pay a fee for a membership. Then your penguin can enjoy special clothes, new rooms for your igloos, and different colored puffles. Grandparents
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
The credit for this idea goes to my friend, Paige. Several years ago she shared that she makes a pound cake. Then she either cuts it in half for two gifts or fills large muffin tins to make mini pound cakes. A recipe I’ve been making for years is Southern Living’s two-step pound cake. It is so simple to make – just throw it all
I’m sharing our favorite spring green, celebratory cake at $5 Dinners today! Any cake with more than two layers is a special celebratory cake in my cookbook. A spring green cake even more so. At the first sign of brilliant blue skies, I start to think of making my Aunt Kathy’s Lime Cake. Will it be for Easter, Mother’s Day, a birthday or a bridesmaids
We made this last year and it was great! Easy and fun from Everyday Celebrating. Even if it sorta cracked and fell apart because it was made with egg substitute. Even if, because it cracked, we couldn’t ice the whole thing. Still, it made for laughs and a great last-minute-use-up-your-Easter-Peeps easy. We improvised and just slathered the top with the canned icing. Then, we may
Made from a boxed cake mix, this is the simplest celebratory cake I know of. 4 beaten eggs 1 cup sour cream 3/4 cup oil 1 package devil’s food cake mix 1 LARGE package instant chocolate pudding mix 1/2 cup water 12 oz. chocolate chips Mix together. Pour into greased Bundt pan. Bake @ 350 for 50-60 minutes. When paired with vanilla ice cream and