For Thanksgiving. For any time of year! : Nana’s Sweet Potato Pie Sweet potatoes (either 5 or 6 medium baked sweet potatoes or a medium-sized can (about 16 to 20 oz.) 1 can sweetened condensed milk Pumpkin pie spices (go heavy on the cinnamon) to taste 3 T. melted butter 2 eggs, beaten Mash up the potatoes. Add the milk, spices, melted butter and eggs.
Growing up, this cake was the one at family gatherings. Doesn’t that speak the loudest about a dessert? It’s a pound cake. A chocolate pound cake. The icing makes it a showcase (and it’s what us children wanted to sneak a bite of as we ran by – because it tastes just like fudge!) : Nana’s Famous Chocolate Pound Cake Cake: 2 sticks butter 1/2
A while back, there was a little bakery that sold peanut butter Rice Krispy treats. Now just that is a treat itself. Even at $1 a piece. The topper was – those krispy treats were topped with chocolate! So, the children and I set out to recreate this specialty with our favorite SunButter. We simply followed the directions in the recipe on the SunButter site,
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
This cobbler is presented at the request of many following its debut at two of my cousins’ engagement parties. My mother (Nana) also makes this for dessert for family birthday lunches. And we just enjoyed it following last Sunday’s lunch. It’s very simple to make and uses a boxed cake mix! The way to enjoy it on a Sunday is simple. Cook the dessert on
Are you ready to whip up a fudge pie? Well, guess what? Today, you can either stir up a pie on your paper or use the recipe below to bake one in your oven – or both! I’m sharing Nana’s latest pastels tutorial plus the recipe for Fudge Pie at Heart of the Matter today. I hope you’ll join me for the deliciosity!
SunButter®, whipped cream, jelly, milk, a box of instant vanilla pudding and graham cracker pie crust. Let the frozen whipped cream thaw well enough to spread a cup full in the bottom of a graham cracker pie crust. Put that in the freezer for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile you can mix up your 1/2 cup of SunButter… …with your milk, the small box of vanilla
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